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respiratory illness is much less likely to be infected with the novel coronavirus than with a typical canine or feline respiratory virus or bacteria, including coronaviruses that only infect dogs, such as canine respiratory coronavirus. “Pet owners should be

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Can veterinarians prevent the next pandemic? The COVID-19 pandemic marks the third novel coronavirus outbreak of the 21st century. Unlike the viruses that cause severe acute respiratory syndrome and Middle East respiratory syndrome

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many urinary tract infections and respiratory tract infections in dogs are treated with an antimicrobial not concordant with guidelines from the International Society for Companion Animal Infectious Diseases. According to the report “Osteosarcoma

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inflammation, granulomas, and respiratory allergic reactions, according to a Dec. 19, 2016, Federal Register notice announcing the ban. “A thorough review of all currently available information supports FDA's conclusion that powdered surgeon's gloves

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death from inhaling fentanyl. Dr. Ashley Mitek, a teaching assistant professor in the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine, said humans and nonhuman primates are sensitive to the respiratory depressant effect of opioids. Dogs can

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have produced pigs resistant to a disease that has killed millions of pigs and cost pork industries billions of dollars. Three modified pigs challenged intramuscularly and intranasally with an isolate of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome

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disease research. As the former chief of the Special Pathogens Branch at the CDC, Dr. Ksiazek had coordinated outbreak and control responses to Ebola, Marburg, and sudden acute respiratory syndrome viruses. In August 2014, Dr. Ksiazek took a six

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-classroom learning, equine respiratory disease, communication training, and student wellness. Condensed from Aug. 1, 2019 , JAVMA News OIE to aid against disease, uncertainty Global animal health leaders urged improved readiness for disasters and harmful

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Entomology said biting midges present in the U.S. likely would be effective vectors for the AHS virus, which causes respiratory and circulatory impairment. In an article published on the department's site, they cited study results that showed, under

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in the area and testing for mercury exposure to see how important a public health issue this might be. Dr. Gregory Bossart checks for respiratory health as part of an examination on a wild dolphin during a 2015 health and environmental risk

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