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A preliminary trial of the sedation induced by intranasal administration of midazolam alone or in combination with dexmedetomidine and reversal by atipamezole for a short-term immobilization in
OBJECTIVE To assess the sedative and immobilization effect of intranasal administration (INS) of midazolam (MID) without or with INS dexmedetomidine (DXM), and some physiological changes induced byExpand
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Noise in the animal housing environment.
SUMMARY Noise produced in intensive animal rearing by ventilation system, feeding and excrement removal lines and by animals themselves is a potential stressor and affects not only animals but alsoExpand
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Immune response and immunomodulatory effect of levamisole in immunosuppressed dogs vaccinated against parvovirosis
The specific and non-specific immune response and immunomodulatory effect of levamisole were studied in dogs with altered immune function due to giardiosis and vaccinated against canine parvovirusExpand
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Occurrence of Residues of Warfarin after Its Application to Cereal Crops
Environmental hazards posed by unintentional and excessive penetration of chemical substances into water, air and soil is noticeable in its harmful effects on plants, free range animals, quality ofExpand
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Effect of ovariohysterectomy on canine postsurgical leukocyte function.
The effect of surgery on phagocytic activity of blood leukocytes and mitogen-induced blastogenesis of lymphocytes was studied in fourteen dogs. Simple ovariohysterectomy with anaesthesia induced byExpand
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Zinc and Cadmium Toxicity Using a Biotest with Artemia franciscana
Novakova J., D. Daňova, k . Striskova, R. Hromada, H. Mickova, M. Rabiskova: Zinc and Cadmium Toxicity Using a Biotest with Artemia franciscana. acta vet. Brno 2007, 76: 635-642. of the various toxicExpand
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Concentrations of selected toxic elements in ewe  living near an environmentally loaded area of eastern part of Slovakia.
INTRODUCTION AND OBJECTIVE Research focused on the monitoring of selected heavy metals in ewes' blood. Concentrations of selected toxic elements, lead, cadmium and zinc, in ewes living near anExpand
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The risk to human health related to disposal of animal wastes to soil — microbiological and parasitical aspects
SummaryThe study was conducted to investigate the microbiological and parasitical risk related to the disposal of animal manure to soil by storage of raw pig slurry at temperatures 4 °C, 20 °C and 42Expand
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