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immunity for lambs. Thus, either may be a viable option to protect sheep against disease. See page 1043 Zoo Animals Salmonella infection and carriage in reptiles in a zoological collection A survey of reptiles housed at the Bronx Zoo

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quality in cats in which the liquid injection technique was used. See PAGE 262 Analgesic efficacy of butorphanol and morphine in bearded dragons and corn snakes Information regarding pain control in reptiles is particularly scarce, even though

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STUDY Analgesic efficacy and respiratory effects of butorphanol and morphine in turtles Methods for safe and effective pain management in reptiles have not been widely studied, and published information is primarily anecdotal. Although butorphanol

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. WILDLIFE/LABORATORY ANIMALS Isolation of Salmonella spp from wild North American turtles 266 The CDC estimates that the fecal carriage rate of Salmonella spp in pet reptiles is > 90% and that there are approximately 74,000 cases of reptile

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increase in sensitivity, relative to an initial test, than a 6-month interval. See page 236 Plasma fibrinogen concentration as a diagnostic indicator of inflammation in red-eared sliders In reptiles, the diagnosis of inflammation is challenging

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Ultrasonographic anatomy of bearded dragons Bearded dragons ( Pogona vitticeps ) are among the most common reptile companion animals in the United States, but little is known about the normal ultrasonographic appearance of coelomic organs in this species. In a

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Evaluation of the analgesic effects of oral and subcutaneous tramadol administration in red-eared slider turtles In reptile medicine, there is a need for efficacious analgesics that cause minimal or no respiratory depression. In a crossover study, 11 red

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JAVMA News Pet reptiles and amphibians can give veterinarians interesting work with varying degrees of difficulty, but owners of such pets rarely seek veterinary care. In other news, a virus that has killed about 7 million pigs can

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to live outdoors than were control cats. See PAGE 586 Ultrasonographic appearance of the coelomic cavity in healthy green iguanas Thorough descriptions of normal ultrasonographic anatomy are lacking for many reptile species, including

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and adapted faster in new situations and environments. See PAGE 1874 Effects of preoperative administration of butorphanol or meloxicam on physiologic responses to surgery in ball pythons Pain and pain management in reptiles remain poorly

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