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A 7-day-old Red Angus bull calf with a history of respiratory distress of 3 days’ duration was evaluated. This calf had been unthrifty since birth. At the onset of respiratory distress, the owner administered ceftiofur crystalline-free acid a (6.6 mg/kg [3 mg/lb], SC, once), with no obvious improvement. On physical examination, the calf was dull but alert and responsive. The calf was tachypneic (100 breaths/min [reference range, 30 to 60 breaths/min]) and cyanotic. Mild dehydration and scleral injection were present. On auscultation of the thorax, lung sounds were increased on the left side and markedly decreased to absent

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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association
in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association