Septicemia: Early Detection Is Important

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A recently published study could help veterinarians predict the causative agents of a deadly bloodstream infection (septicemia) common in newborn foals by characterizing clinical signs associated with different types of bacteria.

"Infection in the bloodstream is the number one cause of death in foals less than seven days old," explained Kevin Corley, BVM&S, PhD, Dipl. ECEIM, ACVIM,

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