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Mycotic infections are common in psittacines, especially those caused by Candida albicans and Aspergillus spp. 1,2 Despite frequent use of antifungal drugs in avian practice, safe and effective dosage regimens have not been established for

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Aspergillosis is a commonly reported fungal disease that results in illness and death in avian species. 1–6 Species reportedly at increased risk of infection include raptors, waterfowl, poultry, and psittacine birds, specifically Amazon parrots

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reported for other third-generation cephalosporins administered to other species of birds. Results of another study 6 indicated that the mean t 1/2 λz of ceftiofur sodium in psittacines and domestic birds ranges from 2.5 to 8.7 hours. In comparison, the t

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in zoologic collections. Data derived from this study may be helpful in designing treatment regimens for bacterial diseases of blue and gold macaws and may yield information with clinical implications for other psittacine species. Materials and

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