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A Career What Do You Get Out Of It?

…me write down your new answers. For example, your first list may have gone something like this: – Indoors, looking after animals, working nine to five, wearing a uniform, to be head zookeeper, working with all types of animals. Your new list may look something like this: – Indoors, looking after sick animals, working the hours to suit, wearing a uniform, to be a veterinary sister, working with all types of animals. The reason your…

Animal Bite Center Mandaluyong

…poses health hazards to individuals. Animal Bite Treatment center has shorted the injection procedure for a patient who was bitten to three days to achieve the full dose of treatment. People are further advised to have their animals be immunized from rabies to prevent rabies infection in case of bites. Those bitten by animals on the other hand are advised to clean their wounds with soap and water to washing out the rabies virus transmitted by…

Pathognomonic Signs of Leptospirosis

Leptospirosis is a quite a rare bacterial infection caused by a strain of Leptospira transmitted from animals to humans through wounds in the skin or contact with water contaminated with urine of animals like rats, skunks, opossums, foxes and racoons. Lately, because of the prevalence of floods in urban city, Leptospirosis had become a common bacterial infection among people in cities because some people have the habit of swimming or…

Care of Clients with Infections and Inflammatory Reactions : Leptospirosis

…h but may be as long as 11 months after the acute illness Mode of Transmission – contact of the skin (even if not abraded) or of mucous membranes with water, moist soil or vegetation contaminated with urine of infected animals, as when wading in floods – Direct contact with excreta, urine or tissues of infected animals, ingestion of food contaminated with urine of infected rats Diagnosis/Laboratory Exams : blood exams –…

Care of Clients with Infections and Inflammatory Reactions

…endently in the host’s cells, rather, they invade and simulate the host’s cells to participate in the formation of additional viruses c. Fungi Found almost everywhere on earth Live in organic matter, soil, water, animals and plants Can also live inside and outside the body May be harmful or beneficial d. Protozoa Larger than bacteria Absorb nutrients from the body of the host e. Rickettsia Small, gram-negative bacteria-like microbes…