Vet Mgmt- Midterm- Reg Matters

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Vet Mgmt- Midterm- Reg Matters
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  1. violations: regulations vs laws
    • regulations are specific laws set up for specific facilities and violating such can lead to a loss of licensure.
    • laws are general or common laws and violating such can lead you to fines and/or imprisonment
  2. agencies that make up federal laws
    USDA and APHIS
  3. USDA stands for ___
    United States Department of Agriculture
  4. Agency that monitors regulation laws and protocols and how food animals are inspected for food supply and safe transport into the USA.
    USDA
  5. agency that regulates husbandry, inspection, animal welfare, biotechnology, zoonotic diseases (such as giardia, rabies, leptospirosis, etc), and quarantines.
    APHIS
  6. APHIS stands for ___
    Animal Plant and Health Inspection Service
  7. Agency that controls the animal welfare act directly
    APHIS
  8. APHIS is a branch of which agency
    USDA
  9. which country eradicated rabies years ago and now strictly quarantines any incoming animal for 6 months with a rabies vaccination
    Ireland
  10. dept of new york that regulates rabies vaccination laws and the inspection of animals
    NYS dept of agriculture and markets
  11. which dept is charged with animal health safe food supply
    USDA
  12. which dept is charged with healthy-well nourished population
    USDA
  13. which dept is charged with agriculture
    USDA
  14. which dept is charged with security and safety of US
    USDA
  15. which dept is charged with monitoring and surveillance
    USDA
  16. which dept is charged with regulating production and sale of vaccines
    USDA
  17. which dept is charged with all species
    USDA
  18. Name the following agencies:
    1. APHIS
    2. REAC
    3. FSIS
    • 1. animal and plant health inspection service
    • 2. regulatiory enforcement and animal care unit
    • 3. food safety inspection service
  19. which agency was established in 1976
    animal welfare act
  20. all animals used in research are protected by the ___, including birds (in 2004)
    animal welfare act
  21. by law, all products and chemicals must be tested on ___ before tested on humans. Then after successful human trials the product may be sold in the market.
    animals
  22. the animal welfare act regulates all groups or institutions that: (6)
    • 1. sell animals
    • 2. auction
    • 3. exhibit
    • 4. transport
    • 5. breed
    • 6. animal research
  23. what are the 3 R's
    • replacement
    • reduction
    • refinement
  24. using animals that are lower on the phylogenic tree or non-animal systems
    replacement
  25. using less animals per study
    reduction
  26. changing experimental design to reduce ethical costs
    refinement
  27. thanks to PETA, one contribution we now have is ___
    the 3 R's
  28. what does PHS stand for
    public health service
  29. a branch of NIH that provides funds for animal research to those who comply to their policy
    PHS
  30. PHS's policy
    humane care and use of laboratory animals
  31. NIH stands for ___
    national health institution
  32. deals with lab animals and provide funds for those who comply with their policy
    NIH > PHS
  33. IACUC is created by ___
    PHS
  34. IACUC stands for ___
    institutional animal care and use commitee
  35. IACUC was established in the year ___
    1986
  36. A council of at least 5 appointed members that are responsible for making sure their institution is obiding by rules and regulations of regulatory agencies.
    IACUC
  37. all agencies mentioned in this card deck are umbrella dept under ___
    USDA
  38. each IACUC must have document proof of all of the following: (7)
    • 1. list of every branch and major component of the institution involved in the research
    • 2. the qualifications, authority, and responsibility of the DVM
    • 3. membership of the IACUC and list of the procedures used to review proposed animal use
    • 4. a description OSHA for employees closely involved animals
    • 5. synopses of training- scientists, animal technicians, and staff
    • 6. synopsis of methods- minimize number of animals and animal distress
    • 7. a description of each animal facility, including satellite facilities, the gross square footage, the species housed and the average daily inventory, by species, of animals in each facility
  39. take a piece of paper out and fill in. GOOD LUCK!
    1. list of every _a_ and _b_ of the institution involved in the research
    2. the qualifications, authority, and responsibility of the ___
    3. membership of the IACUC and list of the ___ used to review proposed animal use
    4. a description OSHA for ___ closely involved animals
    5. synopses of ___ - scientists, animal technicians, and staff
    6. synopsis of ___ - minimize number of animals and animal distress
    7. a ___ of each animal facility, including satellite facilities, the gross square footage, the species housed and the average daily inventory, by species, of animals in each facility
    • 1. a) branch b)major component
    • 2. DVM
    • 3. procedures
    • 4. employees
    • 5. training
    • 6. methods
    • 7. description
  40. the veterinary industry is regulated by _(#)_ federal dept
    3
  41. name the 3 federal depts that regulate the veterinary industry
    • USDA
    • APHIS
    • FSIS
  42. what does FSIS stand for
    food and safety inspection service
  43. enusres meat and poultry products are safe, as well as the plants animals consume
    FSIS
  44. what is the veterinary service branch of APHIS responsible for
    • veterinary biologics
    • special dz
    • interstate inspection and compliance
    • import or export staff oversees
    • administers the AWA
  45. what is considered the CDC of veterinary biologics
    the center for veterinary biologics
  46. regulates veterinary biologics, vx (vaccines), bacterins, antisera, diagnostic kits. they are who you call to learn how to deal with outbreaks
    Center for veterinary biologics
  47. businesses that answer to the USDA must keep records for a particular time period, depending on ...
    the kind of record
  48. business records and how long they must be kept for:

    correspondence (routine) with customers and/or vendors
    2 years
  49. business records and how long they must be kept for:

    bank statements
    3 years
  50. business records and how long they must be kept for:

    veterinary client records
    3 years
  51. business records and how long they must be kept for:

    controlled substance records
    5 years
  52. business records and how long they must be kept for:

    accounts payable ledgers and schedules
    7 years
  53. business records and how long they must be kept for:

    accounts recievable ledgers and schedules
    7 years
  54. business records and how long they must be kept for:

    invoices to customers from vendors
    7 years
  55. business records and how long they must be kept for:

    notes recievable ledgers and schedules
    7 years
  56. business records and how long they must be kept for:

    option cards expired
    7 years
  57. business records and how long they must be kept for:

    payroll records & summaries
    7 years
  58. business records and how long they must be kept for:

    sales records
    7 years
  59. business records and how long they must be kept for:

    withholding tax statements
    7 years
  60. business records and how long they must be kept for:

    deeds/ mortgages and bills of sale
    Permanently
  61. business records and how long they must be kept for:

    financial statements
    Permanently
  62. business records and how long they must be kept for:

    general/ private ledgers year end trial balance
    Permanently
  63. business records and how long they must be kept for:

    patents and related papers
    Permanently
  64. business records and how long they must be kept for:

    property records including costs, depreciation reserves, year-end trial, balances, depreciation schedules, blueprints, and plans
    Permanently
  65. business records and how long they must be kept for:

    tax returns and worksheets, revenue agent's reports, and other documents relating to determination of income tax liability
    Permanently

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