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  1. Veterinary World publishes high quality papers focusing on Veterinary and Animal Science. The fields of study are bacteriology, parasitology, pathology, virology, immunology, mycology, public health, biotechnology, meat science, fish diseases, nutrition, gynecology, genetics, wildlife, laboratory...
  2. 1996-01-01
  3. This bibliography provides a worldwide review of publications with information on ethnoveterinary medicine. It consists of two parts. First, an in-depth overview gives a global synthesis of ethnoveterinary techniques, practices, and beliefs along with an analytic discussion of their importance,...
  4. This book is a collection of ethnovet knowledge that is shared here for posterity. This book is recommended to Africans who are cut off from outside sources of animal healthcare, schools, research institutes and to the lovers of information in general. It gives examples of animal disease, the...
  5. The Tanzania Veterinary Journal (The Tropical Veterinarian) is a biannual Journal, which publishes original contribution to knowledge on Veterinary Science, Animal Science and Production, and allied sciences including new techniques and developments in Veterinary Medicine. The target readers of...
  6. The Journal publishes original research articles related to veterinary sciences, including livestock health and production, diseases of wild life and fish, preventive veterinary medicine and zoonoses among others. Case reports, review articles and editorials are also accepted. Other sites related...
  7. This manual was compiled during a seven-month stay as veterinary consultants for Heifer Project International in Northern Thailand. It was intended to serve as an adjunct to a parveterinary training program we were conductingunder their sponsorship. Used as a reference guide, the manual was to be...
  8. 1990-01-01 This book attempts, at least partially, to overcome these obstacles to information flow, and to present a specific subject within our scope in a simple and understandable, although by no means complete way. The intention is to make existing knowledge more easily accessible and to present it in a...
  9. This book describes a range of ethnoveterinary practices used in Kenya and among the Somali community in neighbouring Ethiopia. It is intended mainly as a practical guide for field staff and local people who work with livestock. It is written in simple language and structures so as to enable...
  10. This sixth edition of Veterinary Cllinical Parasitology is the first to be undertaken by the American Association of Veterinary Parasitologists and represents the efforts of many members of that organization. As with earlier editions, the intent of this book is to provide an aid in the diagnosis...
  11. 2007-01-01 Ethnoveterinary medicine is the name given to the way in which most livestock keepers in Cameroon and other countries treat animal health problems. Ethnovet practices are important because they are easily availalbe, inexpensive and effective, especially in rural areas where veterinary services...
  12. This easy-to-use reference guide provides everything you need to know about caring for and treating pets and barnyard animals.
  13. This kit includes booklets on restraining animals and simple treatments, basic husbandry practices and veterinary care, disease control and treatment, and herbal medicine for animals.
  14. 1961-01-01 in offering this book to our colleagues in the various medical sciences we venture to hope that it may be useful not only as a textbook for the student in veterinary medicine, but also as a source of reference for the veterinary practitioner who may wish to renew his familiarity with the...
  15. 2015-02-03
  16. Zimbabwe Veterinary Journalcontains original and review papers on all aspects of animal health in Zimbabwe and SADC countries, including articles by non-veterinarians. This journal did not publish any issues between 2002 and 2015 but has been revived and and it actively accepting papers and...
  17. This book discusses how the veterinary profession could play a more signifcant role in the swine industry thus improve improving both the profession and the industry.
  18. 1969-01-01 This book explores the waysveterinary medicine and human medicine meet and interact.
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  20. Christian Veterinary Mission was founded in 1976 by Dr. Leroy Dorminy, a veterinarian from Georgia. In his own words: "My family and I attended the Baptist World Alliance in Stockholm, Sweden in July 1975. There were 84 countries represented including some underdeveloped countries. This was my...
  21. 1954-01-01 This book deals with drugs and their therapeutic uses in controlling diseases of animals commonly raised by man.
  22. TheKenya Veterinarianis a journal of the Kenya Veterinary Association. It publishes original papers in English, within the whole field of animal science and veterinary medicine and those addressing legal and policy issues related to the veterinary profession. The journal accepts articles and...
  23. TROPICAL VETERINARIANis an international journal devoted to all aspects of veterinary science as practiced in the tropics, including livestock production and management, animal disease (domestic and wild), various aspects of preventive medicine and public health and basic and applied research in...
  24. TheNigerian Veterinary Journal(NVJ) has been in existence since 1971. The NVJ is published by the Nigerian Veterinary Medical Association (NVMA) as part of the association's commitment to the advancement of Veterinary Medicine in Nigeria and other parts of the world, with a general view of...
  25. This book discusses advances in sheep and goat medicine. It covers such topics as clinical nutrition, breeding, ventilation, diseases, and routine sheep and goat procedures.
  26. 1990-01-19 This excellent reference contains step-by-step guidelines and illustrations for fundamental veterinary surgical techniques. Coverage includes common surgical procedures, preoperative processes, and surgical instrumentation. Provides the reader with quick access to vital clinical information.
  27. 2016-07-18 The Merck Veterinary Manual(MVM) covers all domesticated species and diseases in veterinary medicine worldwide. This completely revised and redesigned new edition of the veterinary classic uses a two-column format and color throughout for easy-to-read text and tables. Hundreds of color images...
  28. 1982-01-01 This handy quick-reference guide provides easy and rapid access to the facts needed in daily small-animal practice. The book is written in outline format and organized to help the veterinarian quickly recognize signs and symptoms, formulate a differential diagnosis, select and interpret...
  29. Merck and the Merck Veterinary Manual Merck & Co., Inc., Kenilworth, NJ, USAis a global healthcare leader working to help the world be well. From developing new therapies that treat and prevent disease to helping people in need, we are committed to improving health and well-being around the...
  30. All aspects of lameness in horses explored.
  31. The purpose of this book is to provide veterinarians and veterinary students with an overview of exotic and emerging animal diseases, their methods of introduction and spread, and the role of local, state, federal and international agencies in control of these diseases. The disease fact sheets...
  32. AccessAgriculture Training Video This video examines ways of reducing worm and fluke infestation in African livestock. There is advice on how to break the worm cycle and treat animals with reliable drugs.
  33. AccessAgriculture Training Video Ticks are small creatures like insects that attach to the body of animals to suck their blood. Ticks cause diseases like skin lesions. The animals will become skinny and no longer produce milk. English French Hausa Peulh Fulfuldé Yoruba
  34. AccessAgriculture Training Video Donkeys, mules and horses are important working animals, many diseases are transmitted by insects such as flies. Flies can transmit a parasitic worm called Habronema that causes several problems in horses and donkeys. There are many precautions which you can take...
  35. 2006-01-01 Why do our farm animals get sick and how can we keep them healthy?" This is a question veterinarians and other specialists who work with small farmers hear frequently. Most of these farmers work very hard, giving time, effort, and loving care to their animals in the hope that their farm will be...
  36. This publication includes the minimum stardards of the Cooperative State-Federal Brucellosis Eradication Program. This UM&R contains minimum standards for certifying herds, classifying States and areas, and detecting, controlling, and eradicating brucellosis, as well as minimum brucellosis...
  37. We hope that this issue will serve as a guide for our colleagues and for veterinary students in their assessment of food animal patients and encourage diligent attention to all the possible clues that can be found by thorough examination. Suggestions for appropriate ancillary testing to further...
  38. This volume describes individual diseases. An account of the history, distribution, and epidemiology of those diseases of established importance in both traditional and intensive systems of husbandry is supported by information on diagnosis, pathogenesis and physico-chemical characteristics of...
  39. 1992-01-01 This article discusses the causes and pathophysiology of peracute and acute mastitis, the pharmacuetic and pharmacoloy properties of potential therapeutic agents, the interaction between the cow and the drug, and some practical aspects of using these drugs.
  40. This first issue of Applied Pharmacology and Therapeutics addresses ruminant pharmacology in general, problems encountered with mass medication, regulatory aspects of drug usage in food-producing animals in the US and diseases of the respiratory, gastrointestinal, cardiovasacular, skeletal, and...
  41. 1989-01-01 The primary aim of the book is to aid the practitioner in differential diagnosis and in control of disease in food animals. Each of the contributers has directed his or her efforts to presenting an array of topics.
  42. 1998-01-01 Making the correct diagnosis is the most important part of treating an animal or flock, but this can often be a complicated and difficult task. This book is designed to aid the veterinarian and the veterinary technician in making knowledgeable and well-thought-out decisions for the treatment of...
  43. The objective of this book is to provide information about the life cycles and biology of many common parasites of domestic animals in the United States, and to aid veterinarians, biologist, students, and laboratory technicians in diagnosing them.
  44. The symposium objective reported in this publication was to disseminate technical and applied information on mastitis control and milking management to veterinarians, researchers, and others interested in improving udder health and milk quality.
  45. 1972-01-01 This is the only book in any language giving descriptions of the main forms of lameness in cattle. Lameness causes very considerable economic loss in all countries, both in milk yield of lactating cattle and decreased feed efficiency, and the total financial loss may be several hundred millions...
  46. This book seeks to provide a practical guide on rearing calves to twelve weeks of age; it is for calf rearers, prospective rearers and students of calfrearing. Theexperience of the three authors in their own fields of cattle development work involvng large numbers of calves, advisory work on farm...
  47. 1962-01-01 The purpose of this handbook is to provide a concise summary of the more important infections and other conditions causing ill-health in domestic animals in tropical and subtropical countries, emphasising any special features applicable in these countries in the case of diseases of wider...
  48. In this volume, the authors have presented, to those who are interested in cattle practice, the more important facts that thye have gleaned from years of specialized practice or research in their respective active fields.
  49. 1981-01-01 Throughout this book, the contributors have attempted to relate geography--in its widest context as used by medical geographers--to viruse disease of food animals. The virus diseases included were selected with reference to their importance in world food production; it may therefore appear...
  50. 1979-01-01 The intent in these articles have been first to provide the veterinary practitioner with some information that is immediately useful to his or her clinical practice, and second, to challenge that same practitioner with more difficult concepts that may need a bit of "digesting" before they can be...
  51. Contains suturing techniques, anesthesia, surgical restraint, the integumentary system and more.
  52. 2011-01-01 This book gives basic necessary ideas about the various topics dealtwithin the scope of village health workers.
  53. 1942-01-01 This yearbook tells how to keep livestock healthy. Discovering how to combat diseases and parasites and applying the discoveries after they are made demand themobilization of brains and skill much as they are mobilized for war.
  54. 1956-01-01 This yearbook gives information about the cause, nature, and prevention of the common diseases of animals on American farms.
  55. This publication provides a discussion tool for the Pan African Rinderpest Campaign.
  56. 1970-01-01 71 authors writing on bovine medicine & surgery and herd health management.
  57. 1993-01-01 The purpose of this issue is to provide a broad perspective on congenital defects identified in food animals. Congenital defects are also referred to as congenital abnormalities or anomalies, malformations, or developmental defect. They may be caused by genetic or environmental agents or their...
  58. This manual was initially designed for the Karamojong pastoralists to use in conjunction with a series of Community-Based Animal Health Workers seminars. These are wholistic seminars aimsed at providing a balanced and integrated knowledge base with it foundation firmly established in the...
  59. This book focuses on the behavior of domestic food animal species. The authors bring a wealth of knowledge to this publication: each article was carefully written by an authority on the topic reviewed. The volume not only delves into the basic behavioral biology of domestic food animal species...
  60. 1990-01-01 This book reviews the surgical techniques being used at the time of the book publishing.
  61. A cross-sectional study was conducted from November 2016 to March 2017 in and around Alage ATVET College, southwestern Ethiopia, with the objective of determining the prevalence of poultry coccidiosis and its associated risk factors in intensively and backyard managed chickens. Systematic random...