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A 2-year-old guineapig in Andhra Pradesh, India, was presented with dystocia [date not given]. Caesarean section was performed and 2 live fetuses were delivered. The animal recovered uneventfully.

Author(s)
Kumar, R. V. S.; Veena, P.; Dhanalakshmi, N.; Sankar, P.; Yasotha, P.
Publisher
Indian Society for Veterinary Surgery, Hisar, India
Citation
Indian Journal of Veterinary Surgery, 2011, 32, 1, pp 78
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Author(s)
Ittner-Bosch, J.
Citation
Kleintierpraxis, 1989, 34, 7, pp 339-340
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Author(s)
Gajos, E.
Citation
Zwierzeta Laboratoryjne, 1974, 10, 2, pp 63-71, 72-76, 77-80
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This third edition has been revised and updated to include many of the recent advancements and changes in veterinary anaesthesia since 1989. This is mainly in the field of alpha 2 adrenoceptor agonists and antagonists with special reference to medetomidine and atipamezole and safety and scavenging...

Publisher
British Small Animal Veterinary Association, Cheltenham, UK
Citation
Manual of anaesthesia for small animal practice., 1992, Ed. 3, pp 156pp
Abstract

Three strains of the virus isolated from an outbreak of transmissible gastro-enteritis in pigs caused syncytium formation followed by cell destruction in pig thyroid tissue cultures, and to a much lesser extent in pig kidney tissue cultures. One of the strains (CK) was studied and found to be...

Author(s)
Csontos, L.; Szent IváNyi, T.
Citation
Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja, 1971, 26, pp 5-9
Abstract

In Canada 5 laboratories produce specific pathogen-free pigs. The procedure used at Connaught Medical Research Laboratories, Toronto, is described. The piglets are obtained by caesarean section because of the value of the breeding stock. Difficulties have been encountered with Vibrio coli and...

Author(s)
Abelseth, M. K.
Citation
Canadian Veterinary Journal, 1962, 3, pp 48-56
Abstract

Staphylococcus epidermidis was found on all parts of the human body and on the coat of rabbits, g. pigs, and mice. On canaries only Gram-negative rods were found. In human beings, coliform organisms are not consistently found on the skin and when rubbed on to the skin die off, perhaps on account of ...

Author(s)
Neufeld, F.
Citation
Zeitschrift fur Hygiene und Infektionskrankheiten, 1942, 124, pp 429-440
Abstract

This symposium began as the result of a discussion between a group of specialists held at the University of Notre Dame, Indiana, in 1939. Each of the 11 chapters is written by either one or two of the group of 17 contributors. The first section comprises three chapters devoted to micrurgical...

Author(s)
Reyniers, J. A.
Publisher
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO., Springfield, Ill. & Baltimore Md. Charles C. Thomas.,
Citation
Micrargical and germ-free techniques. Their application to experimental biology and medicine. A symposium., 1943, pp xiv + 274 pp.
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Haemophilus parasuis is a bacterium that causes disease in many body systems of pigs, but is also a colonizer of the upper respiratory tract. It may...

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Cover for Streptococcus and Enterococcus infections in pigs (and ruminants)

Several streptococci can be found in pigs. Some of them can be hosted in the tonsils and bowel of healthy animals, and various species are potential...

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