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prohibit the use of extemporaneously prepared drugs when medicinal products could be used for a specific therapeutic indication. Limitations were placed on a veterinarian's ability to prescribe antimicrobial drugs to a maximum of 5 days of treatment for a

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with its broad antimicrobial activity, these issues make ceftiofur the antimicrobial drug of choice for many dairy producers and their veterinarians. In some situations, the management benefits of ceftiofur appear to conflict with prudent use guidelines

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1 to 3 involved acute and lethal infections, whereas the caliciviral disease associated with trial 4 was less severe. All outbreaks were at privately owned facilities, and all cats remained housed at and were treated by the attending veterinarians at

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use of antimicrobials in veterinary hospitals inconsistent with general guidelines for appropriate antimicrobial prescribing practices. Nevertheless, surveys have shown that veterinarians are growing increasingly concerned about antimicrobial

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fluoroquinolones. 1,2 Thus, fluoroquinolones are an important part of the pharmacological repertoire of veterinarians who treat rabbits. However, because rabbits are hindgut fermenters, only a limited number of antimicrobials can be safely administered orally

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Veterinarians are expanding their practices to include exotic species, including fish. 1,2 In the United States, only a few antimicrobial agents (including ormetoprim-sulfadimethoxine, oxytetracycline, and florfenicol) are approved for use in

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preliminary bioequivalence limits, which could be used as templates for future comparisons between the 2 drugs and assist veterinarians and feedlot producers in developing BRDC management plans. Because gamithromycin and tulathromycin both belong to the

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gamithromycin with that of tulathromycin for the treatment of BRDC in calves in a commercial feedlot setting and establish preliminary bioequivalence limits to assist veterinarians and feedlot producers in developing BRDC treatment protocols. We hypothesized

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use and requires a valid veterinarian-client-patient relationship, appropriate veterinary oversight and documentation, and the observation of prolonged milk and meat withdrawal intervals. Veterinarians should evaluate available diagnostic information

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. On the basis of advice from campus veterinarians, that cat was removed from the study and replaced with another cat for the remaining 3 phases of the study. Thus, 5 cats received all 6 famciclovir dosage regimens and 2 cats received 3 dosage regimens

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