Swine. Behavior Restraint Venipuncture. Video (squeaky). These piglets have approximately 6 months ahead of them before they go to market. (3 weeks nursing, 7 weeks in the nursery, and 16 weeks of grow-finish) . Ages of pigs are important. Neonates 0-3 weeks <4 kg (8.8 lbs)
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These piglets have approximately 6 months ahead of them before they go to market. (3 weeks nursing, 7 weeks in the nursery, and 16 weeks of grow-finish)Ages of pigs are important
(pen separately or remove immediately)
Effective in crated sows
-Temperature 101.0º - 103.5º
-Pulse 60-90 per minute
-Respiration 10-24 per minute (16 average)
Orbital venous sinus
Auricular (ear) vein
External Jugular Vein
Venipuncture of the cranial vena cava in a small pig restrained in dorsal recumbency
Collecting blood from the cranial vena cava in a standing pig. The needle is inserted at the caudal extent of the right jugular furrow, lateral to the manubrium
Collection of blood from the medial canthus of the eye
Venipuncture of the left orbital sinus. Note the firm manual restraint of the head.