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current scope and efficacy to provide guidance for clinical study recommendations and future research efforts. Methods An online bibliographic database (PUBMED) was searched in January 2024 for relevant publications of sufficient detail for analysis

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on self-efficacy, or the belief in one’s ability to perform specific behaviors relative to specific performance outcomes. 10 Possessing knowledge and skills related to performing a task is important, but some degree of self-efficacy, or the belief

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Introduction Self-efficacy is defined as an individual’s level of confidence to exert control over their own behavior and, in the context of research skills, is often measured to understand what factors influence how trainees perceive their

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motivated to pursue an academic career, postgraduate veterinarians would likely need confidence and belief in their ability to succeed in such tasks. This is the concept of self-efficacy, which was formally described by Bandura 12 in 1977 as a personal

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analgesia in this group of animals, which can lead to inappropriate pain management and an increased risk of adverse effects or reduced efficacy when extrapolating drug choice and dosing from other species. Administering oral medications can be challenging

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rabbit care is also increasing. 1 Lack of pharmacokinetic, efficacy, and safety data for chemotherapeutics in small mammals can be very problematic because veterinarians may need to use agents approved for other species and extrapolate their safety and

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laboratory safety studies conducted in Beagles indicate that cefovecin was well tolerated when administered 5 times in weekly intervals at doses of up to 60 mg/kg (27.3 mg/lb). 13 The objective of the study reported here was to evaluate the efficacy and

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for humans and animals, compared with that for use of injectable products, and is particularly convenient for farmers because they can apply the product easily. 4 A paucity of data is available on the efficacy of anthelmintics used in donkeys because

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,4,5 Five BHV-1 reproduction protection studies have been reported in the literature. Four of those studies have tested MLV vaccine efficacy. 6,7,8,9 Only 1 study 10,11 with an inactivated vaccine has been reported. The objective of the study reported

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Historically, emetic agents have been used to induce vomiting in cases of oral ingestion of poisons. In human medicine, the use of emetics for this purpose has declined because of reports 1–8 documenting that emesis lacks clinic efficacy for

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