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Introduction All cytology reports aim to convey information from the clinical pathologist to the clinician or veterinary student accurately, succinctly, comprehensively, and without ambiguity. 1 , 2 Clinical pathologists routinely generate

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Introduction Randomized controlled trials are the optimal study design to assess the effectiveness of clinical treatments and can have a compelling and direct impact on patient care. 1 The quality of reporting of veterinary RCTs is suboptimal

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relies on appropriate collection and reporting of AEs. Standardized classification schemes that define and catalog common AEs in veterinary patients associated with medical and biological 2 or radiation 3 treatments were developed and published > 10

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blinding status of persons involved in RCTs. Although this terminology was likely designed to provide a concise, standardized format for reporting blinding methodology, studies 8–10 have demonstrated considerable variability in how textbooks, authors, and

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result fails to report power or a measure of precision (eg, CI) around the observed treatment effect, the likelihood of type II error is unknown and the results are not interpretable. 4 To clinicians with only a basic understanding of biostatistics, RCTs

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producers, emphasizing possible clinical effects of accidental human injection, proper methods for administering the product, and steps to take in case of accidental injection. A previous study 4 analyzed reports of 36 cases of accidental human exposure

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poultry in the Netherlands, veterinarians had the highest or some of the highest attack rates among all those exposed to diseased birds, as evidenced by self-reported influenza-like symptoms, conjunctivitis, and results of a serologic assay. 8 Five of the

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Introduction Operative, or surgery, reports are an essential part of recordkeeping in veterinary surgery. Not only are operative reports legal documents describing a surgical procedure, but they also function in data collection for

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public routinely report pesticide exposure incidents to the NPIC, which was created through a cooperative agreement between Oregon State University and the EPA. Since 2009, a unique mechanism has been available to veterinary professionals to report

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business and management decisions or by researchers to quantify the economic importance of various culling factors and other key production indicators. The purpose of the study reported here was to determine the accuracy of sow culling classifications made

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