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fetal body and respiratory movements. However, these movements are a part of normal fetal physiology in utero and should not on their own be a cause for welfare concerns. Fetal movement first appears in cats at 23 to 25 days of gestation 6–8 and in dogs

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resist mature infection develop, at the very least, pulmonary vascular disease. These three landmark works broaden our understanding of the pathophysiology of the respiratory tract signs associated with exposure to various stages of Dirofilaria immitis

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.” A Action list “I have a recheck packed cell volume/total solids scheduled for 2 am .” S Situation awareness and contingency planning “If his respiratory rate is persistently > 40 beats/min or you otherwise suspect fluid overload

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, thereby representing about 97.5% of horses; however, a small number of perfectly healthy horses will have their internal thermostats set to an unusually high temperature. A population of horses with a viral respiratory infection may have a wide

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anxiety, the most common underlying motivations for behavior problems in small animals, result in physiologic changes that can increase body temperature, heart rate, respiratory rate, and blood pressure. However, the same physiologic changes may be

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in interesting times, subject to threats of invasion of foreign animal diseases as natural events (eg, infectious salmon anemia and avian influenza) or accidents of commerce (eg, monkeypox and coronaviral severe acute respiratory syndrome) and

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serve as vectors for many infectious diseases (eg, severe acute respiratory syndrome [SARS] and avian influenza). Food spoilage as high as 30% because of long-distance hauling without refrigeration on bad roads in hot, humid weather results in

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on farm mortgages were also widely initiated by banks. Evidence from the 2003 severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) outbreak clearly demonstrates the values of training and the advantage of years of experience when addressing stressful clinical

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, it is the impact of those benefits on the symptoms of a given person's disability that makes an ESA therapeutically appropriate. Such benefits include, but are not limited to, physical (eg, decreased heart rate, blood pressure, and respiratory rate

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