Flashcards in 85-102 Deck (18)
The veterinarian is explaining to Sally's owner how she will be spayed. Spay is defined as:
The common term for removal of female reproductive organs
If an animal was suffering from anaphylactic shock it would be:
An exaggerated allergic response.
An animal is being given a vaccine. Vaccine is defined as:
A suspension of killed or modified microorganisms that stimulate an immune response when introduced into the body.
An animal is vaccinated for rabies. Rabies is caused by:
Lauren is bandaging Bruce, a four year old horse. Leg bandages on horses are started on the ? part of the leg and wrapped toward the back.
The bellyband should ? slightly as it is wrapped
Immunity is defined as:
Having resistance to a disease due to the formation of antibodies
A kitten is suffering from FCV. Feline calicivirus is caused by:
Feline viral Rhinotracheitis symptoms include:
Sneezing, discharge from nose and eyes
Leptospirosis is caused by:
Symptoms of distemper include:
Fever, vomiting, diarrhea, nasal secretions, and seizures.
Rabies is transmitted by:
Contamination of wound by saliva
Frank, a 60 lb bulldog, needs to get 60 mg of Prednisone once every other day for 10 days. How many total milligrams of Prednisone does Frank need for 10 days?
In reference to the previous questions, how many tablets will be dispensed for the 10 days?(prednisone comes in 30 mg tablets)
Linda is going to perform a laboratory test. Where is it possible that she will be doing this?
All of the above
In preparation for her CVA test, Mary is studying systems of the body. Which of these is not included in the circulatory systems?
If an animal has problems in the right side of the heart, what other problem will likely occur?