Evidence for Unapparent Brucella canis Infections among Adults with Occupational Exposure to Dogs
Brucella canis is a zoonotic infection of dogs that can cause signs of orchitis in male dogs and endometritis and abortions in females. Infection in humans has been previously thought to be rare, but there are concerns that unapparent human infections may occur.
Aloe vera: an in vitro study of effects on corneal wound closure and collagenase activity
Aloe vera is a succulent plant that has been recommended for some time as a herbal remedy for various conditions. However, evidence for efficacy has generally been limited.
Incorporation of sentinel lymph node mapping in dogs with mast cell tumours: 20 consecutive procedures
This study was performed to test the hypothesis that sentinel lymph node (SLN) mapping in dogs presenting for removal of a mast cell tumour would have an impact on the offered treatment.
Comparison of propofol with ketofol, a propofol-ketamine admixture, for induction of anaesthesia in healthy dogs
Propofol and ketamine are common anaesthetics which have various pros and cons associated with their use. In a prospective, randomised, controlled, blinded study, 70 healthy dogs were enrolled to receive either propofol or ketofol (propofol-ketamine mixture).