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lying down

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The angle is mere recumbence, a frayed sunlight, shifting as deliberately
Sudden death caused by MFA-containing plants in cattle is characterized by tachycardia, labored breathing, loss of balance, ataxia, muscular tremors, falling, recumbence, pedaling movements, and opisthotonus leading to death (TOKARNIA & DOBEREINER 1986; GAVA et al.
This technique was prolonged with difficulty in maintaining the reduction; further all the complications of prolonged recumbence like pressure sores, urinary tract infection, deep vein thrombosis, pulmonary embolism, chest infection are there.
The calf was fasted for 12 hours before surgery and restrained in lateral recumbence under Xylazine (@ 0.
Affected pigs showed pyrexia and anorexia, dragged their hind legs, and then showed recumbence.
Bedding was defined as sternal recumbence, with or without rumination, and includes sleeping with eyes closed.
Total mortality was 65%, including 76% and twisting, occasional paralysis and lateral recumbence were the major clinical signs.
In prevention of progression of the deformity external support, prolonged recumbence and posterior arthrodesis have been found to be ineffective.
Later, all the 12 animals were suffering from high fever (104-107[degrees]F), mouth breathing, respiratory distress, salivation, nasal discharge, congested conjuctival mucous membrane and sternal recumbence in one animal.
CONCLUSION: Early and stable fixation of intertrochanteric fractures is required to prevent various complications associated with recumbence in elderly patients.
Due to the retrospective nature of the study, it is difficult to identify factors that can also have been responsible for the increase in CK activity, such as traumas, contention for performance of examinations, traumatic vein puncture, permanence in cages, physical effort or prolonged recumbence.
As the animal was in left side lateral recumbence, gunny bags (3 bags) filled with paddy straw were put under her rear part to raise it by one feet and to keep her in kneeling position with the help of four attendants.