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–5 other aspiration-related respiratory disorders exist that are less common, poorly described, or to date unrecognized in dogs but have been characterized in humans. Ultimately, the consequence of aspiration is dependent on both the underlying health of

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, and respiratory depression 9 resulting from activation of α 2 -adrenergic receptors. 2 Topical moxidectin formulations are labeled for treatment of generalized demodicosis in dogs in other countries such as Serbia, Albania, France, and Germany, but

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In the second part of this 4-part series, drug therapy in cats is discussed by use of a systems approach. Specifically, drugs that can be used safely for treatment of disorders affecting the feline gastrointestinal, central nervous, respiratory, cardiovascular, and urogenital systems are described. Many drugs that are used in dogs can be safely used in cats according to the same or similar dosing regimens. Several drugs that have traditionally been considered inappropriate (eg, morphine derivatives, primidone) can probably also be used, if cautiously, in cats. In contrast, use of several drugs that are safely used in other species should be avoided in cats (eg, selected emetics and antiemetics, phosphate salt enemas, and selected urinary antiseptics). Cats are more sensitive than dogs to the adverse side effects of a variety of drugs (eg, aspirin, digoxin, selected antiarrhythmics), and extra precautions must be taken when these drugs are used in cats. Finally, several drugs are used for the treatment of illnesses that tend to be unique to cats (eg, taurine and calcium-channel blockers in selected feline cardiovascular disorders).

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Protein phosphatase inhibition Hepatocyte death, intrahepatic hemorrhage, and hypovolemic shock Nodularia Neurotoxin Anatoxin-a Nicotinic acetylcholine receptor agonist Respiratory arrest Dolichospermum , * Aphanizomenon, Oscillatoria

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sufficient tracheal compression to cause respiratory clinical signs (eg, coughing, dyspnea, or stridor) in addition to regurgitation. 6 Five additional vascular ring anomalies have been reported. The precise details of these anomalies are scattered among

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bovine respiratory syncytial virus, bovine herpesvirus type 1, and concanavalin A and expression of interferon γ in the blood of adult cattle and weaned calves were generally lower than those of preweaned calves. This low level lymphoid proliferation in

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CA Fonville JM Brown AE , et al. The potential for respiratory droplet-transmission A/H5N1 influenza virus to evolve in a mammalian host . Science 2012 ; 336 : 1541 – 1547 . 10.1126/science.1222526 9. Herfst S Schrauwen EJ

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exposome and allergy respiratory and skin diseases . J Allergy Clin Immunol 2018 ; 141 : 846 – 857 . 10.1016/j.jaci.2018.01.016 9. Bizikova P Pucheu-Haston CM Eisenschenk MN , et al. Review: role of genetics and the environment in the

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