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animal drugs. Condensed from July 1, 2016 , JAVMA News Research distinguishes between injuries from accidents, abuse In dogs and cats, blunt force trauma causes different types of injuries depending on whether the trauma is accidental

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Hurt at work People working in the veterinary services profession were the second most likely to have nonfatal work-related injuries in 2016. They are behind only nursing and residential care workers and ahead of truss makers, police

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available at every level for the spectrum of human athletes who come to need rehabilitation, from recreational runners to Olympic athletes. But what about canine athletes with sports injuries and other dogs with conditions that could benefit from

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, a Missouri jury found a veterinarian and a cattle owner each partly responsible for injuries suffered in 2009 by a then veterinary student who was vaccinating cattle on a farm when a calf crushed her hand against the wall of a cattle chute, causing a

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-specific ordinances aren't meant to prevent the millions of dog bites that occur each year. Rather, they aim to prevent the smaller number of maulings and severe injuries, for which the victim is often a child. Condensed from Nov. 15, 2017 , JAVMA News Report

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, “Veterinary sports medicine and rehabilitation meets the unique needs of athletic and working animals to optimize performance, to treat injuries and diseases, and to provide rehabilitation for all patients after injury or illness, with neurological

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It doesn't have to hurt With any illness, injury, or surgery, managing pain should be an essential conversation between pet owners and their veterinarian. Earlier this year, the American Animal Hospital Association and American

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laboratory uses its Maintenance Quality System to evaluate 12 tracks twice a year. Santa Anita was tested in October 2018 and then retested in March after the injuries on the track. The test results matched the baseline data. However, Dr. Peterson noted that

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and Prevention and the AVMA. That information, while valuable, mostly offers ways of preventing on-the-job injuries, not protecting oneself from violent crime. A likely explanation for the lack of personal safety resources is low demand. Phil Seibert

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2000s played out, when the economy declined, remained depressed for a time, then recovered. “This is more like a blow to the kneecaps,” Dr. Salois expiained. “It hurts. You heal, but not without some sustained injury. There is some economic loss and

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