Acid-base changes in canine neonates following normal birth or dystocia.

@article{Lcio2009AcidbaseCI,
  title={Acid-base changes in canine neonates following normal birth or dystocia.},
  author={Cristina de F{\'a}tima L{\'u}cio and L G C Silva and Jaqueline Rodrigues and Gisele Almeida Lima Veiga and Camila Infantosi Vannucchi},
  journal={Reproduction in domestic animals = Zuchthygiene},
  year={2009},
  volume={44 Suppl 2},
  pages={208-10}
}
There are limited data concerning blood gas parameters in neonatal dogs. Knowledge of the normal physiology may facilitate effective therapeutic intervention and potentially reduce neonatal mortality. This study examined acid-base parameters in pups born at normal parturition (n = 27) compared with those born after obstetrical assistance or caesarean operation (n = 13) and those born following oxytocin (OXY) administration for treatment of uterine inertia (n = 11). Pups were subjected to an… CONTINUE READING

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