Equine Internal Medicine Q&A 09

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A 12-hour-old foal is presented as weak and lethargic. The heart rate is 96bpm, and the mucous membranes are pale and jaundiced. Laboratory evaluation reveals a haematocrit of 10%, a haemoglobin concentration of 34g/l and a total protein of 52g/l.

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