The authors, as a group, support the Dogs Overcoming Geriatric Memory and Aging (DOGMA) Initiative as a reflection of the AVMA’s one-health goals, emphasizing the shared challenges of aging and cognitive decline across species. By fostering
veterinary medicine now?
Overtreating human patients who have an established infection is likely a major source of selective pressure that drives antibiotic resistance. 31
Spellberg 32 proposed that the old dogma of continuing therapy past resolution of
also holds one-health implications, providing valuable insights into environmental and human health care.
VHRC’s proposed Dogs Overcoming Geriatric Memory and Aging (DOGMA) Study ( www.vhrcenters.com/dogma ) is a practice-based translational clinical
determine that the large cavity was the amniotic cavity. Because of the grave prognosis for foal survival and concern for the safety and health of the mare, current dogma advises aborting hydrops pregnancies when they are diagnosed. The outcome of the case
compounded drugs are not regulated by the FDA, and these products may vary among pharmacies with respect to potency, stability, purity, quality, and duration of activity. 6 Even compounded products are expensive.
It has been the dogma in veterinary
, authors of textbooks and review articles continued to suggest that oxytetracycline should not be used. Anecdotal evidence for its use did occasionally appear in print, 4 but the authors failed to address the dogma that originated from relatively flimsy
many are only able to keep a select few to offer for adoption; the remainder, if they are not promptly claimed, are often euthanized.
A general dogma apparently exists among cat owners and veterinarians that cats cannot wear collars or will be injured
–infected cats survived, and no particular treatments appeared to influence outcome. The outcomes for these 2 cats along with an increased number of reports 8-10 of cats surviving C felis infection go against the longstanding dogma that the disease is
of life relying on faith and dogma, rather than science, to support its claims, and it has no more a place in scientific journals than it has in science classrooms, in my opinion.
Please maintain the JAVMA 's scientific integrity by minimizing
conventional dogma that hip joint osteoarthritis occurs only early in life in dogs with CHD. Rather, a constant rate of development of radiographic changes was indicated by our data.
Diet restriction extends life span in a wide variety of vertebrate and