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respiratory tract, shedding of intact virus in the feces can also occur. 1,2 This raises questions about routes of transmission of SARS-CoV-2 and the mechanisms by which the virus can be found in both respiratory secretions and feces. Importantly, enteric

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Diagnosis disagreement in “Pathology in Practice” In a recent Pathology in Practice article, 1 the authors describe a 1-year-old Quarter Horse colt with a 6-month history of nasal discharge and respiratory noise. Clinical and radiographic

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virus closely related to human HCV in swab samples from dogs with respiratory tract disease. The Kapoor et al 1 study has created some controversy in the medical literature but has largely bypassed the veterinary literature. However, veterinarians

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bovine respiratory disease. In this study, the two preconditioning vaccination protocol groups had morbidity rates of 36.3% and 44.5%. Most importantly, there were no unvaccinated controls, so the efficacy of the vaccine is open to question. It certainly

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, researchers investigating convalescent plasma found that it had positive effects against the coronaviruses that cause severe acute respiratory syndrome 2 and Middle East respiratory syndrome 3 as well as the H1N1 influenza virus. 4 Plasma collected from

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. Antibiograms for common bacteria (eg, Escherichia coli and Staphylococcus pseudintermedius ) and body sites (eg, urine, skin, and respiratory tract) are particularly useful in companion animal practice because of the comparatively larger amount of available

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, seizures, and respiratory failure. 2 – 5 Death resulting from respiratory paralysis can occur from minutes to hours after exposure. Dermatotoxin poisoning can result in a rash or hives in exposed animals. 2 – 5 A diagnosis of cyanobacterial toxin

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doses of buprenorphine in pre-filled, capped syringes for analgesia following surgery or similar conditions. With buprenorphine, children are at risk for developing respiratory depression, and the current poison control center and pediatric emergency

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, headaches, and anosmia have been reported for those who do develop the disease. More severe presentations of COVID-19 include acute respiratory distress syndrome and multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children. 4 Additionally, numerous other organ systems

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by Hammel et al. 1 In evaluating the outcome of the surgery, the authors state that they measured quality of life (QOL; as assessed by the dogs' owners). They explain that “owners were asked to rate their pets' QOL, with respect to respiratory

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