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a cross-sectional study of 120 dogs for which nasal swab specimens were submitted for detection of CIV during the outbreak, 40 (33%) had positive CIV test results. No significant differences were identified between CIV-positive and CIV-negative dogs

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2015. A 7-day isolation period has been recommended for dogs infected with the related canine influenza A H3N8 virus. However, evaluation of nasal swab specimens from 16 dogs naturally infected with the H3N2 virus revealed that the interval from first

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) and 21 dogs, 4 cats, and 16 humans (part 2), nasal swab specimens from the humans and nasal and rectal swab specimens from the pets were tested for MRSA. In part 1, 6 of 22 (27%) households had a person with MRSA colonization, and in part 2, 1 of 8

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via culture of deep nasal swab samples obtained prior to treatment with tilmicosin (10 mg/kg [4.5 mg/lb], SC). Tilmicosin resistance among the M haemolytica and P multocida isolates was low (6/745 [0.8%] and 16/231 [6.9%], respectively). The

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backgrounding and stocker cattle operations. In a study of 432 calves from 9 such operations, nasal swab specimens were collected from each calf and submitted for bacteriologic culture and PCR assay for M bovis . Ten calves (2%) had positive culture results and

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