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the DIP joint was evident radiographically and the horse was pasture sound. RUMINANTS Neonatal serum IgG1 concentration and health and performance of beef calves 914 Little has been done to quantify the association between neonatal serum

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against HA in critically ill and healthy dogs, serum IgG against HA was detected in 14 critically ill dogs that had received 25% HA and in 5 of 68 (7%) negative control dogs (47 healthy dogs and 21 critically ill dogs) with no known exposure to HA. Results

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with a embolectomy catheter and videogastroscope. Approximately 30 hours after this, a second thrombus was removed from the trachea. See PAGE 758 Comparison of four methods to assess colostral IgG concentration in dairy cows Currently, the

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erythrocytes, particularly IgG and IgM, are likely to have a more severe degree of anemia, spherocytosis, and autoagglutination. The Hct on admission was significantly lower in dogs with IgG and IgM isotypes bound to erythrocytes, compared with values for dogs

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noticeable reduction in water consumption and urine production long-term. See page 415 Effect of colostral volume, interval between calving and first milking, and photoperiod on colostral IgG concentration in dairy cows New findings suggest that

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amoxicillin-clavulanic acid, ceftiofur, ciprofloxacin, and florfenicol. Four of the 77 (5%) isolates were resistant to tetracycline. Serum IgG and total protein concentrations in dairy calves fed colostrum replacers 1282 Despite the widespread use of

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clinical disease than did horses with evidence of C difficile infection that were negative for toxin A and horses with diarrhea without evidence of C difficile infection. See PAGE 777 Evaluation of factors affecting serum IgG concentrations

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calves, and control calves had a significantly higher odds of developing diarrhea than did tulathromycin-treated calves. See page 267 Efficacy of feeding a lacteal-derived colostrum replacer or pooled maternal colostrum with a low IgG

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passive transfer of immunity is particularly important, because FPTI is a risk factor for foal morbidity and death. Results of a new study suggest that a recently released point-of-care analyzer may be acceptable for determination of plasma IgG and total

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(measured in serum samples by use of 55% ammonium sulfate solution) were significantly correlated with serum IgG concentrations (measured by means of radial immunodiffusion). An immunocrit cutpoint of 11% was optimal for detection of FPI (serum IgG

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