Clinical Animal Medicine By Razia Siddiqui. 1/e. 2021 – Hardcover

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In  veterinary medicine, clinical manifestations are the most reliable tool for Lyme diagnosis. In human the Current diagnosis is based mainly an a patient’s clinical examination coupled to a two-step serology Animals benefit from biomedical research, as medical research carried out on animals leads directly to veterinary treatments. Vaccines now exist for fatal diseases such as feline leukaemia and canine distemper.

Advances in veterinary medicine have helped to reduce the loss of farm and herd animals to sickness and disease, saving livelihoods all over the world. Vaccines and veterinary medicines are also used in Conservation projects, helping protect endangered species by reducing the risk of disease. Animal testing and animal experiments are also crucial for animal health and the progress veterinary discoveries.
In clinical veterinary medicine, the value of sero diagnostic testing to detect antibody levels has been described in horses, dogs, and birds. Veterinarians are doctors trained to protect the health of both animals and people. In a clinical hospital environment, veterinarians work with large and small animals to evaluate animals health diagnose and treat illnesses, provide routine preventive care; prescribe medication, and perform surgery.b Some veterinarians specialize in areas such as surgery, internal medicine, ophthalmology or dentistry.
Veterinary medicine is widely practiced,both with and without professional supervision. Progressional care is most often led by a veterinary physician (also known as a vet, veterinary surgeon or veterinarian), but also by para veterinary workers Such as veterinary nurses or technicians.This can be augmented by other paraprofessionals with specific specialisms such as animal physiotherapy or dentistry and species relevant roles such as farriers. The book includes information on topics ranging from genetics and behavior to husbandry and techniques in mice, rats, gerbils, hamsters. guinea pigs, chinchilas, rabbis, ferrets ,and nonhuman primatesContents:1.Clinical Medicine for Veterinary.2. Urinary Disease and Principles of Therapy 3. Animal infection and Treatment, 4. Animals Care, 5. Common Passion in veterinary. 6. Producing Drug drug Interactions,7.Blood Components in Veterinary8. Diagnostic Tests, 9. Pathogens to Animals

About the Author
Razia Siddiqui is working as an Assistant Professor in the Department  of Med Microbiology SGRRIMHS,College of Paramedical Sciences,Shi Guru Ram Rail University Her area of specialization is bacteriology as she has worked an Bacteriological Profile of issolates from pus in burn patients in a Tertiary Care Hospital in SMIH SGRRIM&HS. She has considerable teaching experience of UG gasses. She has also Worked as Organizing secretary of National Webinar in Shri Guru Ram Rai University She has been actively participating in research as she has attended various National and international conferences and presented papers


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