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Pathophysiologic changes due to coronavirus-induced diarrhea in the calf



Pathophysiologic changes due to coronavirus-induced diarrhea in the calf



Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 173(5 Pt 2): 636-642



Extensive water, sodium, chloride, bicarbonate, and potassium losses occur in the calf with diarrhoea. The water loss is entirely from the extracellular space. In severe cases, hypovolaemic shock occurs with the blood volume decreased by as much as one-half. Acidosis, which results from faecal bicarbonate loss, lactic acidosis, and renal dysfunction, results in tissue buffering, which in turn causes the efflux of cellular potassium ions.

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