Robert L. Kennett

Learn More
Access to medical information via the Internet has the potential to speed the transformation of the patient-physician relationship from that of physician authority ministering advice and treatment to that of shared decision making between patient and physician. However, barriers impeding this transformation include wide variations in quality of content on(More)
THE INTERNET HAS PERMITTED physicians, other health care professionals, patients, and other consumers to quickly access medical information in unprecedented volume. Such access has the potential to speed the transformation of the patient-physician relationship from that of physician authority ministering advice and treatment (with sometimes questionable(More)
At 66 parts per million in the feed, robenzidene is highly effective in preventing chicken coccidiosis caused by any one of eight Eimeria species. Three times this dose is safe for broiler chickens. In dogs and rats, the toxicity was relatively low over a period of 90 days. In laboratory trials, the drug completely prevents oocyst production by seven(More)
Three floor-pen trials have confirmed the high anticoccidial activity of CL 259,971 as first reported in batteries. The optimal dosage level was shown to be 5 ppm in the diet. At this level, excellent anticoccidial activity was observed with no adverse effect on weight or performance. The results indicated that 5 ppm of CL 259,971 provided efficacy and(More)
  • 1