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Clinical Studies V4 I1

Outcome Measures for Companion Animal Clinical Trials – Choosing the Best of what’s Available

Your choice of outcome measures determines the success of your trial and how much it will encroach on your budget. An ideal outcome measure is …

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Clinical Studies V4 I1

Effect of Free Medium Chain Fatty Acids on Zootechnical Performances and Health of Piglets after Weaning

The environmental, nutritional, social and managerial changes that happen during the weaning period are a real challenge for piglets, and they can cause severe health …

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Clinical Studies V4 I1

Mastitis Due to Mycoplasma bovis Insights

Cows infected with mycoplasma spread the infection both vertically through milk and horizontally to other animals through aerosols, direct contact, milking systems or objects contaminated …

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Clinical Studies V4 I1

Chances for Phytogenic Feed Additives in Antibiotic-free Animal Production

The discovery of antibiotics is one of the most important achievements in modern medicine. This article, written by Tobias Aumiller, Research and Development manager for …

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Clinical Studies V4 I1

Managing Diabetes in Dogs and Cats

Diabetes management involves veterinary care and a daily routine at home that usually includes insulin administration, a consistent diet, regular exercise and monitoring. This article …

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Editorial Archive

Phytogenics Improve First-line Defence in Swine and Poultry

Swine and poultry breeds have a high genetic performance potential that can only be realised in case of optimal housing conditions, high health status, low …

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Clinical Studies V3 I4

The Issue of Bacterial Resistance to Antibiotics

Dr Thomas D. Overbay, veterinarian, one of the founders of Expedite Animal Health, talks about the dilemma of keeping the animals well while facing the …

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Editorial Archive

CRISPR Progress – What Does It Mean for the Veterinarians?

If you don’t know what CRISPR is you aren’t alone, but you’d probably better get on board. Chances are it will affect you in one …

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Editorial Archive

The Threat Posed by Counterfeit Animal Pharmaceuticals and the Consequences for Labelling Companies

Sophisticated criminal counterfeiting networks are targeting veterinary medicines on a worldwide scale, with serious implications for animal health and welfare. Stephen Jarrold, Sales & Marketing …

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Editorial Archive

Vaccines – Is It All a Myth?

Over 75% of emerging diseases are zoonotic, which means they can be transmitted from animals to humans. Vaccines safeguard our pets and, in turn, protect …

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