Neonatal Survival and Management

During the first week of life, average reported neonatal mortality rates vary, ranging from 9%-26%. Cautious veterinary intervention can increase neonatal survival by controlling or eliminating factors that contribute to animal morbidity and mortality. Poor pre-partum conditions, congenital malformations, genetic defects, injury, environmental exposure, malnutrition etc., contribute to neonatal morbidity and mortality. Optimal husbandry impacts neonatal survival favorably while reducing infectious disease, preventing injury and environmental exposure, and optimizing nutrition of the neonates. Neonatal management is important for increasing the survival rate of the animals and is an important part of veterinary research and practice.

  • Animal Care
  • Biology of Animals
  • Medical Assistance
  • Veterinary Assistance

Related Conference of Neonatal Survival and Management

December 03-04, 2020

Asia Pacific Veterinary Congress

Singapore City, Singapore

Neonatal Survival and Management Conference Speakers