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is no evidence that vaccination of kittens every 2 weeks results in an impaired immune response, and although such frequent revaccination of kittens is not necessary or cost effective in most cases, kittens in high-risk environments (eg, panleukopenia

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Appendix S1 , available at: avmajournals.avma.org/doi/suppl/10.2460/javma.258.1.55 ). Major categories within the plan include the laboratory environment, personnel, equipment, and working practices. Information regarding the laboratory environment

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local regulations. The VSP focus on personal protective equipment and actions; however, comprehensive infection control planning should also include consideration of work-environment control measures such as exposure avoidance (eg, refusal to provide

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Preface Veterinary practices are unique environments that bring humans into close contact with many species of animals. Whether in a clinic or in field settings, veterinary personnel are routinely exposed to infectious pathogens, many of which

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location, but all concerned research involving livestock, poultry, and fish raised for food or fiber under husbandry and management conditions intended to simulate a commercial agricultural production environment. All institutions complied with applicable

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Footnotes a. Microsoft Excel, version 16.33, Microsoft Corp, Redmond, Wash. b. R: A language and environment for statistical computing, version 3.5.3, R Foundation for Statistical Computing, Vienna, Austria. c. Factoextra: extract and visualize the

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