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known as porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) is costing the domestic swine industry approximately $663 million annually in production losses and increased costs, 3 with costs up to $6 per pig following lateral introduction of PRRS virus

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measurable indicators of welfare Prevention and treatment of Salmonella dublin Impact of climate change on immune function Investigate impacts of calf respiratory disease on environmental impact 2 Determine link between welfare, milk production

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as to assess economic outcomes for multiple interventions, such as antimicrobial metaphylaxis practices for reducing bovine respiratory disease 66 and interventions to reduce fecal shedding of E coli O157:H7. 67 , 68 Simulation models and

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emissions is a major risk factor for asthma, allergies, respiratory, and cardiovascular diseases in humans 34 , 35 and adversely impacts the health of animals. 36 , 37 Given the impacts of extreme heat and environmental pollution on human and animal health

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the use of antimicrobials, particularly in cats with upper respiratory tract disease or lower urinary tract disease and in dogs with infectious tracheobronchitis. 32 Although many veterinarians are aware that bacterial culture and susceptibility

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prevention, surveillance, and control measures. Frequently, the center is asked to interpret results of a reverse-transcriptase PCR assay for canine distemper virus for dogs with clinical signs of respiratory tract disease. Because susceptible puppies may be

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among the most commonly misused medications. The most frequently treated medication conditions were pain, arthritis, or blunt/musculoskeletal injury, and various infections (including respiratory, skin, eye, and gastrointestinal). The surveyed

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hospital, there was a significant effect of location on the cats’ heart rate, respiratory rate, and blood pressure, with all 3 values substantially higher in the veterinary teaching hospital setting. In a more detailed study 19 that used the same stress

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respiratory arrest and, ultimately, a loss of brain function,” and animal handling and euthanasia techniques “should minimize distress experienced by the animal prior to loss of consciousness.” However, determining consciousness versus unconsciousness in

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