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    Handbook for Zoonotic Diseases of Companion Animals
    by Glenda Dvorak, Anna Rovid-Spickler and James A. Roth.



    Pages: 361
    Publisher: IOWA State University
    Edition: 2008
    Language: English

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    This handbook was developed to provide veterinarians, physicians, and public health professionals with information on zoonotic diseases of companion animals. It also serves as a tool for educating staff and the general public on the recognition and prevention of zoonotic diseases. The book contains overviews on the importance of zoonoses and the need for multi-disciplinary collaboration, the epidemiology of companion animal bites and scratches, veterinarians' legal liability for zoonotic disease, 50 technical zoonotic disease fact sheets with annotated disease images, 50 general public "FastFacts" handouts as well as a number of prevention education handouts.

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