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- Zakošek Pipan, Maja; Švara, Tanja; Zdovc, Irena; Papić, Bojan; Avberšek, Jana; Kušar, Darja; Mrkun, Janko
- BMC veterinary research 2019 v.15 no.1 pp. 41
- thoracic cavity, etc ; Staphylococcus pseudintermedius; abdomen; abdominal cavity; adults; bacteria; bacteriology; blood; cesarean section; dams (hydrology); dams (mothers); disease transmission; feces; gastroenteritis; heart; histopathology; legs; liver; lungs; lymphatic diseases; meninges; milk; mineralization; necropsy; necrosis; neonates; pancreas; pneumonia; puppies; secondary infection; septicemia; sequence analysis; single nucleotide polymorphism; spleen; Show all 34 Subjects
- ... BACKGROUND: In humans, transmission of bacteria causing fatal sepsis in the neonates through mother’s milk has been reported. In dogs, it is believed that bacteria from canine milk are not the primary cause of neonatal infections. Staphylococcus pseudintermedius is colonizing the skin and mucocutaneous junctions in adult dogs and can act as an opportunistic pathogen. This bacterium was previously ...