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Introduction This study was prompted by an observed case in which a planned cesarean section on a French Bulldog resulted in the delivery of 3 healthy neonates. The resuscitated neonates were placed in an incubator set at 32.2 °C, with oxygen

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neonatal foals. The first objective of this study was to assess the pharmacokinetics of multiple oral doses of acetaminophen administered to neonatal foals with a second objective of evaluating the hematology and biochemistry parameters over the 2-week

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puppies, and 2 had an unknown neonatal outcome. Of the bitches that underwent surgery at a CMC, 65% (37/57) were discharged with at least 1 live neonate, 35% (20/57) had no surviving puppies, and 2 had unknown neonatal outcome. Cost The median cost

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Colic is a common problem of equine neonates. 1,2 It is generally accepted that most neonates referred to a hospital for colic can be managed medically 2 ; however, this has not been documented in foals < 30 days old. In neonates, the most common

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Shortly after birth, neonatal foals are active, agile, and responsive to the environment; however, they predictably collapse and become flaccid during a particular type of physical restraint. 1–5 This phenomenon, previously referred to by various

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. 16 Prophylactic intragastric administration of GaM to experimentally infected mice reduced their R equi tissue burdens. 10 The study reported here was designed to determine the pharmacokinetics of intragastrically administered GaM in neonatal

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early goal-directed therapy in critically ill people. 11–14 Shock is commonly encountered in neonatal foals, primarily as a result of sepsis, but therapeutic endpoints in equine medicine are largely reliant on assessment of physical examination

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Administration of supplemental oxygen is commonly performed to increase the oxygen content of blood in hypoxemic neonatal foals. 1 In a neonatal foal, oxygen can be provided via a face mask, nasal cannula, or transtracheal catheter or by means of

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low postnatal viability associated with a decrease in the flow of blood and oxygen to the fetus during birth. 3 This low viability significantly increases the time it requires for a neonatal pig to locate a teat of the dam for the first time and begin

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, insufficient transport of immunologic components across the neonatal intestine, characterized by low serum concentrations of maternal IgG in the calf after suckling, is also detrimental. 2 Producers routinely feed frozen colostrum collected from cows on their

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