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Neonatal gastroenteritis and dehydration: diagnostic and therapeutic approach



Neonatal gastroenteritis and dehydration: diagnostic and therapeutic approach



Large Animal Review 11(5): 27-31



Diarrhoea in calves that are younger than 30 days can result from a number of factors. Oral rehydration solutions (ORS) are formulated to correct or prevent the dehydration and metabolic acidosis. Veterinarians can choose among a wide variety of ORS.

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