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medicine for the first time. Reviewed by Jose Biascoechea, DVM, DABVP Birds and Exotics Animal Care, Mount Pleasant, SC . Management of Pregnant and Neonatal Dogs, Cats, and Exotic Pets Cheryl Lopate 323 pages. 2012. Wiley-Blackwell. ISBN

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anatomy. The book covers males and females of both species and diverse age groups, from neonates at various days after birth to juveniles and finally to adults. Because the book is expertly illustrated, it provides exquisite detail of every organ system

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neonatal animals and various challenges associated with having vaccines available to control transboundary diseases of livestock. Although this book is intended for people who are interested in vaccine development in academia, the animal biopharmaceutical

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neonates. The stated purpose of the book is to provide a quick reference for clinicians while also potentially serving veterinary students. The book achieves this through a bulleted-list approach to the text. There are many color photographs throughout the

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, neonatal encephalopathy in foals, calf diarrhea, ultrasonography, and more. New additions include discussion on the impact of the microbiome and information on genetic tests. Additional focus is placed on antimicrobial stewardship, especially within the

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reference text. There are 2 extensive procedural chapters: 1 on adult horses and 1 on neonatal foals. Both contain valuable information for performing basic diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, such as IV collection of blood samples and bandaging, and for

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the adaptive immune response, followed by chapters on the more clinically focused topics of neonatal immunity, vaccination, genetic and acquired immune-mediated diseases, and the immune response to neoplasia. The final chapter of the book, written by

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prescribed drugs. The specific drug information includes appropriate uses, pharmacology, pharmacokinetics, contraindications, adverse effects, reproductive and neonatal safety, toxicity information, drug interactions, doses, monitoring, client information

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neonatal animals and various challenges associated with having vaccines available to control transboundary diseases of livestock. Although this book is intended for people who are interested in vaccine development in academia, the animal biopharmaceutical

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format is consistent throughout, and a system might have coverage in multiple chapters. There is a chapter on wound management and infections of synovial structures. Another chapter is devoted to neonates, with an emphasis on the problems pertinent to

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