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  • Pro-Flex Glucosamine and Chondroitin Nutritional Supplement for Cats and Dogs
    VAT 17 5 FREE Delivery to UK Addresses PRO FLEX REGULAR PRO FLEX Regular is a nutritional supplement for cats and small dogs containing 250mg Glucosamine and 200mg of Chondroitin in each Capsule 30 Sprinkle Capsules per bottle MORE about

    Original URL path: http://www.provet.co.uk/Nutrition/proflex%20Reg%20R.htm (2016-02-08)
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  • Promega 3 1000 Marine Fish Oil EPO DHA for Dogs and Cats
    UK Addresses PROMEGA 3 1000 PROMEGA 3 1000 is a nutritional supplement of cats and dogs containing 1000 mg marine fish oil containing the Omega 3 n 3 fatty acids Eicosapentaenoic acid EPA and Docosahexaenoic acid DHA 90 Softgel Capsules

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  • Pro-Taur 250 Taurine Nutritional Supplement for Cats and Dogs
    5 FREE Delivery to UK Addresses PRO TAUR 250 PRO TAUR 250 is a nutritional supplement for cats which contains 250mg of Taurine in each Tablet 100 Multi Route Tablets

    Original URL path: http://www.provet.co.uk/Nutrition/Protaur%20250%20R.htm (2016-02-08)
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  • Pro-VitB Vitamin B Complex Nutritional Supplement without Phosphorus for Cats
    Delivery to UK Addresses PRO VITB Feline PRO VITB Feline is a nutritional supplement for cats containing a mixture of B complex vitamins in a Multi Route Tablet form This product does not contain phosphorus 30 Multi Route Tablets per

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  • Provet Medical Professionals Homepage
    engineering and more Click the button above to search all subject categories and purchase full text articles MEDLINE The world s largest database of medical literature Click the button above NOW to search FREE Full text articles available for purchase PUBLIST Search over 150 000 publications on hundreds of topics FREE Purchase full text articles A FREE Table Of Contents alerting service covering 30 000 publications Choose publications of interest and automatically receive TOCs by e mail for each new issue Electronic delivery of journal articles direct to your desktop Click here to browse subject categories FREE Provet for information Animal Diseases and Zoonoses Feel free to browse the Provet website Click on the Information Search button in the left margin of this page This is now the definitive online site for animal health related information which includes Zoonoses and comparative information that you might find of interest If you have any specific requests for animal health information which you can not find on this site please contact us and we will try to obtain the information for you AskProvet Provet for eBooks Click on this banner to link to Merck Medical Books Manual of Medical Information Manual of Geriatrics Manual of Diagnosis and Therapy and the following veterinary titles created by Provet with permission of Blackwells Clinical Veterinary Toxicology Canine and Feline Geriatrics Cardiorespiratory Diseases of the Dog and Cat Feline and Canine Infectious Diseases Equine Cardiology Provet for education On line Educational Programmes for Doctors UK South Bank University Radiology Database An excellent collection of reference radiographs compiled by Ian Maddison USA American Medical Association Continuing Education Programmes On line for Doctors Baylor College of Medicine On line CME Beam Institute Continuing Medical Education Registration is needed CMEacademy On line Provet for financial services Provet can now provide

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    shaped facultative anaerobic gram negative bacterium that is a member of the Enterobacteriaceae family Species include E hoshinae animals and humans E ictaluri nonmotile species in catfish E tarda Edwardsiella anguillimortifera in aquatic animals and reptiles including snakes and seals Occasionally found in urine blood and faeces of humans In India found in children with diarrhoea Occurrence It has a worldwide distribution and transmission to humans is via contact with infected faeces usually from marine animals It has been found in fish birds reptiles and mammals Signs Infected animals may be asymptomatic but the disease is potentially fatal if left untreated In humans it has been associated with gastroenteritis wound infections peritonitis and meningitis and has been reported as a cause of diarrhoea in children in India It causes septicaemia in fish eels and flounder fish gangrene or red disease and emphysematous putrefactive disease of catfish Fish that die are usually pale with widespread haemorrhages and abscesses Other signs may include oedema ascites skin erosions gill inflammation behavioural changes prolapse of the rectum eye lesions and generalised organomegaly Complications Potentially fatal Diagnosis Diagnosis is based on the history clinical signs post mortem findings and identification of the organism by culture

    Original URL path: http://www.provet.co.uk/health/diseases/edwardsiella.htm (2016-02-08)
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    stage is called a sparganum and infection with this parasite which forms cysts is called sparganosis Sparganosis has been reported to occur in many countries but it is most common in eastern Asia Humans are an intermediate host for the parasite and infection occurs in several ways Drinking water containing infected copepods which are small crustaceans found in plankton first intermediate hosts In the normal life cycle of the parasite these would be ingested by second intermediate hosts vertebrates including Amphibians Birds eg chickens Fish Non human Primates Wild Pigs Reptiles eg snakes Small mammals eg rodents insectivores Eating raw or undercooked second intermediate hosts amphibians eg frogs birds chickens wild pigs reptiles eg snakes or mammals The parasite can also penetrate skin so another route of infection is through direct contact with infected vertebrates The final hosts of sparganum mansoni 1 are cats and dogs which like humans may eat one of the second intermediate hosts Once ingested by a human the spargana larvae undergo visceral migration and can end up in many tissues where they grow to be as long as 14 inches in length They most often form a nodule under the skin or in superficial muscles

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    Mycobacterium bovis Occurrence M bovis has a worldwide distribution except for a few countries e g Australia and transmission to humans is usually via ingestion of unpasteurised milk or dairy products direct contact and sometimes by aerosol droplets or contact with infected sputum urine or faeces Species that can be infected include humans cattle deer elk goats pigs domestic cats llamas foxes coyotes mustelids badgers possums raccoons and rodents Some species e g sheep and horses are rarely infected In many countries wild mammals act as a reservoir for infection e g opossums in New Zealand and badgers in the UK which has prompted control measures to control their numbers There is one report in the literature of infection in a household involving human and canine patients with clinical signs and a latent human carrier Shrikrishna et al 2009 Signs Infected animals may be asymptomatic or develop a chronic disease that usually involves the lungs lymph nodes and other organs showing signs including fever weight loss or respiratory signs such as coughing Other signs may gastrointestinal and cattle may develop mastitis Complications None Diagnosis In cattle a single comparative intradermal skin test SICTT has typical specificity greater than 99 9

    Original URL path: http://www.provet.co.uk/health/diseases/tuberculosismbovis.htm (2016-02-08)
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