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and severity of illnesses and injuries sustained, types of management provided, each animal's behavior, and the immediate case disposition. These features were considered key to assessing the health and behavior of animal patients, evaluating personnel

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. Head covers 1408          6. ANIMAL-RELATED INJURY PREVENTION 1408       B. PROTECTIVE ACTIONS DURING VETERINARY PROCEDURES 1409          1. PATIENT INTAKE 1409          2. EXAMINATION OF ANIMALS 1409          3

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to work for considerable periods of time as a result of animal-related injury. 1,39–42 Dog and cat bites, kicks, scratches from cats, and crush injuries account for most occupational injuries among veterinary personnel. 1,39–42 According to 1 report

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, retained fetal membranes, or injury to the mare (eg, rupture of the prepubic tendon). Multiple doses (2 to 5 IM injections) of an exogenous prostaglandin analogue, 4 may be required to induce abortion during midto late gestation. Another option for a

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infection, vaccination in the face of illness may be indicated. Vaccination of cats in shelters with injuries or mild to moderate illness (such as URD or dermatophytosis) with FPV, FHV-1, and FCV is advised on admission. Vaccination of cats not in shelters

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