Management of Sea Lice on Farmed Salmon with Veterinary Medicines and Biological Control Strategies.
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Management of Sea Lice on Farmed Salmon with Veterinary Medicines and Biological Control Strategies.

In 2012 salmon farming reached a worldwide production of over 2,100,000 MT.  However, growth of the industry is slowing.  Infestations with sea lice have emerged as a...
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Canine Genetic Mutations to the Multi Drug Resistance Gene (MDR1)
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Canine Genetic Mutations to the Multi Drug Resistance Gene (MDR1)

Certain chemical dyes injected into the peripheral circulation infiltrated most organs with one an exception, the brain.  This led to the well know concept of a blood...
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Investment in New Veterinary Antibiotics: Barriers, Consequences and Solutions
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Investment in New Veterinary Antibiotics: Barriers, Consequences and Solutions

Carel du Marchie Sarvaas of The International Federation for Animal Health (IFAH), asks why is there such a gap between the growing demand for new veterinary antibiot...
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Combatting Africa’s Biggest Killer Disease of Cattle through Vaccines
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Combatting Africa’s Biggest Killer Disease of Cattle through Vaccines

East Coast fever (ECF) is the single biggest killer of cattle in 11 countries in eastern and central Africa. It kills one cow every 30 seconds and puts more than 25 m...
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Europe as a Global Role Model for Combatting AMR?
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Europe as a Global Role Model for Combatting AMR?

WHO put antimicrobial resistance (AMR) top of the list where it comes to threats to public health. While antibiotic consumption is not restricted to humans only but a...
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“One Health”: the Regulation and Consumption of Antimicrobials for Animal Use in the EU.
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“One Health”: the Regulation and Consumption of Antimicrobials for Animal Use in the EU.

Antimicrobials can be considered as ‘societal’ drugs since any use of an antibiotic, whether in man or animals, has the potential to select for resistance to the anti...
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Nematodirus in Lambs: Prevention is Better than Cure
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Nematodirus in Lambs: Prevention is Better than Cure

The perennial problem of Nematodirus battus-caused profuse, watery yellowy-green diarrhoea still leads to acute dehydration and on-farm deaths on many farms. As the o...
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Addressing Global Animal Health Challenges
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Addressing Global Animal Health Challenges

Global economic health and social wellbeing depends a lot on both humans and animals. The animal health industry globally, especially in the developing world, is on t...
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Investing in Animal Health? Value Real Value
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Investing in Animal Health? Value Real Value

The animal health market has seen a significant uptick in investment activity over the past few years. There is also a significant increase in number of human health ...
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Safeguarding Animal Healthcare Packaging & Labelling
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Safeguarding Animal Healthcare Packaging & Labelling

Stephen Moore of Fix-a-Form International, presents the role of packaging and distribution of medical products, highlighting current problems and challenges. He also ...
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