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  1. Control factors for shelters
    • Temperature     72
    • Humidity          40-60%
    • Air exchanges    17/hr
    • Light cycle        14 light/10 dark
    • Sodium hypochlorite  30 parts water/1 part bleach
  2. Principles of vaccination
    • 1) Protect individual
    • 2) Herd immunity
  3. Attenuated vaccine AKA
    Modified live
  4. Non-attenuated AKA
    Killed
  5. 3 vaccine types
    • Attenuated
    • Non-attenuated
    • Recombinant
  6. Attenuated vaccines...?
    Break through maternal antibodies and protect in young animals earlier. More rapid and complete protection.
  7. Recombinant vaccines..?
    Complete immunity (humoral and cell-mediated). No adjuvants
  8. Nodes of intestines known as?
    Peyers patches
  9. Lymphocytes and plasma cells come from?
    Spleen, liver, thymus, bone marrow, and lymph nodes of intestines
  10. Bioavaliability
    • IV         100
    • IM          85
    • SQ         70
    • Per OS   45
  11. Non-specific immunities
    • 1) Species resistance
    • 2) Mechanical/chemical barriers 
    • 3) Inflammatory response
    • 4) Interferon/ complement
  12. Specific immunities
    • 1) Humoral (B-lymphocytes)
    • 2) Cell-mediated (T-lymphocyte)
  13. 3 common canine viral enteritis
    • 1) Canine Parvovirus 
    • 2) Canine coronavirus
    • 3) Canine rotavirus
  14. 3 diseases that cause abortions in felines?
    • 1) Feline Rhinotracheitis
    • 2) Feline Panleukopenia
    • 3) Feline Leukemia Virus
  15. Feline Viral Respiratory Diseases
    • 1) Feline Herpesvirus type 1
    • 2) Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis
    • 3) Feline Calicvirus
    • 4) Feline Panelukopenia (not respiratory)
  16. Watery fluid
    Transudate
  17. Plasma thick fluid
    Exudate
  18. Feline Urological Syndrome (FUS)
    Stopped up by stones
  19. Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD)
    Any ureter to bladder infection
  20. Saturation
    Salt is added to a solvent (water), the salt dissolves until a particular concentration is reached, beyond which no further dissolution is possible. At which point the water is saturated with sodium chloride. Additional salt added to water will crystallize.
  21. 3 areas to draw blood from dogs
    • 1) Jugular
    • 2) Cephalic
    • 3) Saphenous
  22. 3 areas to draw blood from cats
    • 1) Jugular
    • 2) Cephalic
    • 3) Femoral
  23. Sublingual venipuncture
    Under the tongue, injections or blood draws, only in emergency cases
  24. Where to inject for IM injections
    Lumbar muscles, located at last rib and wing of ilium
  25. First symptom of reduced blood pressure and shock
    Threading pulse
  26. Tracheal tube inserted where?
    Glottis
  27. Most common dental pathology
    Deciduous teeth
  28. Ailuridae
    Panda
  29. Viverridae
    Binturong, fossa, linsand, civet
  30. Herpestidae
    Mongoose, meerkat
  31. Animal control officer
    Person employed by Harris County Public Health and Environmental Services through Veterinary Public Health Division to enforce county regulation
  32. Animal shelter
    Facility that keeps or legally impounds stray, homeless, abandoned, or unwanted animals
  33. Attack
    Act by animal that cause person bodily injury
  34. Bite
    Abrasion, scratch, puncture, tear or piercing of skin that causes bleeding and caused by animal
  35. Quarantine
    • Placing animal in facility which provides
    • 1) Absolute security
    • 2) Isolation
    • 3) Daily observation
  36. Quarantine must be in one of following
    • 1) Animal shelter approved by Texas department of health
    • 2) Vet operated by licensed vet
    • 3) Owners home if approved by Local Health Authority
  37. Similarities between FIV and FeLV
    • Immunosuppression 
    • Gingivitis/stomatitis/glossitis/halitosis
    • Myeloproliferative disorders
    • Lymphosarcomas
    • Diarrhea/Panleukopenia/Abortion/Polyarthritis
  38. Feline enteric viral diseases
    • Feline rotavirus
    • Feline astrovirus
  39. FIP viral proteins
    • Spike
    • Nucleocapsid
    • Membrane

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