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This comprehensive guide provides you with advice related to infectious disease control and biosecurity for veterinary practices. This guide includes: The importance of infection control and biosecurityA brief history of disinfectants7 Steps to good infection control9 Common disinfection mistakes5 Disinfection mythsGlossary of disinfection and biosecurity terms Download the guide:
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Since August, Los Angeles County has seen cases of leptospirosis and canine influenza rise dramatically amongst the dog population. Leptospirosis is bacterial disease that affects both dogs and humans. While it is typically rare, over 100 canine cases have already been reported in this region in 2021. This is a
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What is it? Most commonly referred to as “the flu”, influenza is a viral zoonotic infection that attacks your respiratory system — the nose, throat and lungs. Mode of transmission Respiratory droplets Download Your Fact Sheet Tips for at-home care Vaccinate!Routinely disinfect your dog’s favorite toys, areas of the home,
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You do not need to be an award-winning chemist or microbiologist to be good at infection control in a veterinary setting. Yes, the chemical and its proper use is critical, but think about infection control with the big picture in mind. It’s a team effort based on several unique considerations
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What is it? Leptospirosis (or Lepto) is a zoonotic disease which can be spread from animals to humans, that primarily affects the liver, kidneys and urinary system. It is caused by a bacteria that can be found in soil, and water, and is shed by wildlife, rats, mice, and in
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JUNE 17, 2021 – Shelters United and Virox Technologies®, makers of Rescue™ Disinfectants, are pleased to announce a partnership to expand access to responsible and efficacious, cleaning and disinfection solutions. Together, the organizations will collaborate to provide access to Rescue Disinfectants to thousands of animal welfare organizations across the United
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1. Create Your Own Infection Prevention Protocol This cleaning and disinfection protocol tool will provide you with step-by-step instructions to create customizable protocols for your facility. 2. Get Your Veterinary Infection Preventionist Certificate Become an infection preventionist in your facility with these learning modules on infection prevention. 3. One Pager PDF:
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Top 5 Common Mistakes that Make a Facility Susceptible to Disease Outbreaks Avoid these common mistakes to keep your clients safe. Download PDF Screening Checklist for Pet Boarding and Day Care Screening pets for illness before, or as they enter the facility is critical for keeping infections out. Use this
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In recent months, outbreaks of Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease, a highly contagious viral infection affecting wild and domestic rabbits, has been reported in the United States. To date, the majority of cases have been clustered in the Southwest.  These devastating outbreaks are caused by Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease virus 2 (RHDv2), a
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Disinfectant Wipes
In the current COVID-19 pandemic, it seems like disinfectant wipes are everywhere – from hospitals to grocery stores and everywhere in between. It can be tempting to think that these wipes are all created equal, but the reality is a bit more complicated. Let’s look at five myths it comes
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In a pandemic, it’s more important than ever for us to all work together to ensure that our infection control protocols are playing their part in preventing us from getting sick. Even the best infection control program will only be effective if it works in the real world. We all
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We know how much you love working with animals and enjoy providing the best care possible. You don’t have to send flowers and chocolates to show how much you care, instead, how about showing your practice love by ensuring it’s a safe and healthy place to be. To help, we’ve
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