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An agent that modifies the other agent to increase the bodies response.

Adjuvant

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Most vaccines.....

Do not cause a disease

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What do vaccines stimulate?

The bodies immunity

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Something that stimulates an immune response.

Antigen

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Fights diseases by killing disease causing organisms in the body.

Antibodies

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Two types of immunity.

Active and passive

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Developed antibodies due to exposure to pathogens in the environment and vaccines.

Active immunity

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Antibodies acquired from mother to baby after birth.

Passive immunity

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When are the first vaccines started?

6-8 weeks of life

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The vaccine type unlikely to cause disease.

Killed virus

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Often given wig an adjuvent.

Killed vaccine

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Modified to last longer and not cause the disease.

Modified live vaccine.

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Use with caution in pregnant, immunosuppressed and sick patients.

Modified live

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Types of bacterial vaccines.

Bacterin, toxoid, antitoxin

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Examples of vaccines reactions.

Welling, hives, itching, respiratory distress

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Can be delayed or acute.

Vaccine reactions

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Cat vaccine reaction.

Fibrosarcoma

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Two categories of vaccine choices.

Core vs elective

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Core vaccines of canines.

Rabies and dapp

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Core vaccines for cats.

Rabies, feline dapp

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Non core vaccines of dogs.

Bordatella, lepto, Lyme

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Cat non core vaccines.

FIV, FELV

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A virus spread by direct contact.

Distemper

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Most common virus causing death in puppies spread through contact with feces.

Parvovirus

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One of the causes of kennel cough.

Parainfluenza

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Causes hepatitis and often bleeding.

Adenovirus

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Causes by borellia burgdorferi.

Lyme

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Percentage of Lyme patients who create clinical signs.

5-10%

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Shed in urine that affects liver and kidneys and is zoonotic.

Leptospirosis

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Kennel cough

Bordetella

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Feline distemper vaccine.

Fvrcp

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Herpes virus of cats that can stay dormant and flare up

Rhinotracheitis

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Causes ulcers of the mouth and nose of cats.

Calici virus

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Feline distemper extremely contagious in kittens.

Panleukopenia

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Shed in the saliva of cats.

FELV and FIV

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Causes lymphoma and immune suppression in cats

FELV

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Feline aids causing Immune suppression.

FIV

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Legal vaccine.

Rabies

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The non adjuvent rabies vaccine.

Pure vax for cats

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Zoonotic ally transmitted through a bite.

Rabies

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Two types of rabies.

Furious and dumb rabies

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What is the ideal puppy series?

6-8 weeks dapp , 10-12 weeks dapp, lepto, bordatella, 13-16 weeks dapp and rabies then bolstered yearly.

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Ideal kitten series.

6-8 weeks fvrcp, FELV, FIV, 10-13 weeks fvrcp, rabies, FELV, FIV then boostered annually

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Where should vaccines be stored?

Refrigerator

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Where is rabies always given?

Right hind leg

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How do vaccines work?

They create an antibody response to he pathogen to respond when it is exposed to it again