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during gestation have a lower success rate, whereas attempts later during gestation are associated with an increase in neonatal problems. 7 Before undertaking transabdominal fetal puncture, the mare should be treated by administration of supplemental

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degeneration of the testes in males and failure of queens to give birth to viable neonates), and poor growth. 3,7,11,17 Clinical manifestations of dietary deficiency of omega-3 fatty acids are not as pronounced as those for omega-6 fatty acid deficiency and

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and neonates. 88 Gloves, sleeves, facial protection, and impermeable protective outerwear should be used as needed to prevent exposures to potentially infective materials. Never attempt to resuscitate a nonrespiring neonate by blowing directly into

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nonrespiring neonate by blowing directly into its nose or mouth. 7. NECROPSY Necropsy is a high-risk procedure because of potential contact with infectious agents in body fluids and aerosols and on contaminated sharps. Nonessential persons should not be

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can cause cerebellar hypoplasia, 42 and as cerebellar development continues during the first 2 weeks after birth, infection in young neonates may also occasionally result in the condition. Feline parvovirus is highly contagious, remains stable and

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