Section 1: Unique Aspects of Canine Neonatal and Pediatric Medicine.1.1 Introduction to the Reproductive Component.1.2 Introduction to the Pediatric Component.1.3 Text Format.Section 2: Organogenesis.2.1 General Considerations of Fetal Loss.2.2 The Female and Reproductive Success.2.3 The Male and Reproductive Success.2.4 Genetics and Early Fetal Loss.2.5 Drugs and Canine Pregnancy.2.6 Microorganisms and Pregnancy Loss.2.7 The Reproductive and Puppy Rearing Environment.2.8 Parasites and Fetal Loss.2.9 Dam Health and Fetal Loss.2.10 Nutritional Aspects of Early Pregnancy Termination.2.11 Endocrinopathies.2.12 Summary of Responses to Apparent Fetal Loss.Section 3: Parturition.3.1 General Considerations.3.2 Apparent Gestation Length.3.3 Supporting Evaluations.3.4 Monitoring for Parturition.3.5 Dystocia.3.6 Common Periparturient Problems that Affect Puppy Survival.Section 4: Puppies in the Neonatal Period.4.1 General Considerations of the Canine Neonate.4.2 Evaluation of the Canine Neonate.4.3 General Supportive Care for the Neonate and its Environment.4.4 Growth, Development, and Nutrition.4.5 Practical Feeding Support.4.6 Drug Therapy and the Neonate.Section 5: The 21 - 28 Day Maturation.5.1 Appendicular Neurological Maturation.5.2 Sensory and Thermoregulatory Maturation.5.3 Psychosocial Maturation.5.4 Interactional Maturation.5.5 Longer-Term Effects of Abnormal Maturation.5.6 Nutritional Considerations.5.7 Clinical Monitoring.Section 6: Weaning.6.1 Primary Events.6.2 Nutrition and Feeding.6.3 The Post-Weaning Dam.6.4 Clinical Monitoring of Post-Weaning Puppies.Section 7: Wasting.7.1 What is "Wasting"
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Titolo: Practical Canine Reproduction and Pediatrics - Breeding and Organogenesis Through Adolescence and Beyond
Editore: Iowa State Press - blackwell publishing
Finitura: Copertina flessibile