The Community Association for Riders with Disabilities (CARD)
Since its incorporation in 1969, CARD has provided therapy in the fields of cognitive therapy, physical therapy, rehabilitation, medicine, and adapted sport. CARD’s therapeutic horseback riding program benefits riders who seek physical or cognitive therapies, who have a variety of...
Benefits and challenges of animal-assisted therapy in older adults: a literature review
| Contributor(s):: Veilleux, A.
Management of otitis externa with an led-illuminated gel: a randomized controlled clinical trial in dogs
| Contributor(s):: Tambella, A. M., Attili, A. R., Beribè, F., Galosi, M., Marchegiani, A., Cerquetella, M., Palumbo Piccionello, A., Vullo, C., Spaterna, A., Fruganti, A.
Comparative efficacy of non-pharmacological interventions on agitation in people with dementia: A systematic review and Bayesian network meta-analysis
| Contributor(s):: Leng, M., Zhao, Y., Wang, Z.
Evaluation of Veterinary Students' Communication Skills with a Service Dog Handler in a Simulated Client Scenario
| Contributor(s):: McCool, K. E., Kedrowicz, A. A.
Corticosterone Assimilation by a Voluntary Oral Administration in Palatable Food to Rats
| Contributor(s):: Raya, Juliana, Girardi, Carlos Eduardo Neves, Hipólide, Débora Cristina
Drug delivery in research on nonhuman animals in the laboratory is still challenging because it is usually invasive and stressful. Stress-free voluntary oral drug administration in water lacks precise control of dose and timing of substance ingestion. Voluntary oral consumption of corticosterone...
Role of noise and music as anxiety modulators: Relationship with ovarian hormones in the rat
| Contributor(s):: Escribano, Begoña, Quero, Ismael, Feijóo, Montserrat, Tasset, Inmaculada, Montilla, Pedro, Túnez, Isaac
This work aims to verify the role of noise and music as anxiety modulators and their relationship with ovarian hormones. For this purpose, female Wistar rats were used and treated, forming different experimental groups, with 17-β-estradiol, progesterone, allopregnanolone, finasteride (inhibitor...
[Pet cats, medicine and art]
| Contributor(s):: Cabello, C. F.
Buprenorphine via drinking water and combined oral-injection protocols for pain relief in mice
| Contributor(s):: Sauer, Mareike, Fleischmann, Thea, Lipiski, Miriam, Arras, Margarete, Jirkof, Paulin
Buprenorphine is the opioid analgesic most commonly used in laboratory mice. However, to maintain therapeutically effective serum levels, repeated injections are required. To overcome negative aspects of restraint and injection, oral self-administration is a promising alternative but has been...
Do antiemetics attenuate the behavioural responses of sheep to simulated ship motion?
| Contributor(s):: Santurtun, Eduardo, Navarro, Grisel, Phillips, Clive J. C.
During actual and simulated ship transport, vessel roll (sideways) and heave (vertical) movements produce behavioural responses in sheep, typically positional and feeding changes. Antiemetics may moderate these responses, hence sheep were exposed to these two movements of similar amplitude and...
tool to measure impact of AAP for refugees or PTSD/anxiety
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I am looking for any pre-existing tools to measure the impact of AAP with refugees or a PTSD or anxiety measuring tool combined with AAP. please email firstname.lastname@example.org...
Dog handlers' experiences of therapy dogs' impact on life near death for persons with dementia
| Contributor(s):: Swall, A., Craftman, A., Grundberg, A., Wiklund, E., Valiaho, N., Hagelin, C. L.
Accessibility of Assistive Technologies as a Factor in the Successful Realization of the Labor Potential of Persons with Disabilities: Russia’s Experience
| Contributor(s):: Aleksandrova, Olga, Nenakhova, Yulia
Evaluating Animal-Assisted Interventions: An Empirical Illustration of Differences between Outcome Measures
| Contributor(s):: van der Steen, S., Heineman, M. M. P., Ernst, M. J. A.
[Therapeutic horseback riding as a special form of physical therapy provided by the health insurance in the GDR]
| Contributor(s):: Riede, D.
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Viral Zoonoses That Fly with Bats: A Review
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| Contributor(s):: Alfonso Calderon, Camilo Guzman, Jorge Salazar-Bravo, Luiz Tadeu Figueiredo, Salim Mattar, German Arrieta
Emerging infectious diseases are a growing threat to human health and a great challenge for global medical attention systems. Governmental agencies in tropical regions with abundant zoonotic pathogens should implement an active vigilance/monitoring model in bat reservoir populations because of...
Optimum Drug Combinations for the Sedation of Growing Boars Prior to Castration
| Contributor(s):: Heidi S. Lehmann, Dominique Blache, Eleanor Drynan, Pema Tshewang, David J.C. Blignaut, Gabrielle C. Musk
Juvenile male pigs were sedated for castration. Eight five-month old boars were sedated twice (two weeks apart) with a combination of detomidine (0.1 mg/kg), midazolam (0.2 mg/kg) and either butorphanol (0.2 mg/kg) (Group MDB, n = 8) or morphine (0.2 mg/kg) (Group MDM, n = 8) intramuscularly. The...
Beyond One Health—Zoological Medicine in the Anthropocene
| Contributor(s):: Chris Walzer
In contrast to some of the well-established core disciplines of veterinary medicine, such as radiology, surgery, and internal medicine, zoological medicine is often perceived as a relatively recent development. However, as early as 1831, local veterinary practitioner Charles Spooner became the...
Gastritis and Gastric Ulcers in Working Dogs
| Contributor(s):: Michael S. Davis, Katherine K. Williamson
Gastritis and gastric ulcers are an important cause of morbidity and mortality in canine athletes. Although the majority of scientific work on this condition has been performed in ultraendurance racing sled dogs, this condition has been identified in other canine athletes, including sled dogs...