Flach Cards Collections
First known animal experimentation, Andreas Vesalius, Sir William Harvey, Stephen Hales, Claude Bernard, Cooper Curtice, SPCA, D.E. Salmon, Alexis Carrel, Simon Brimhall, William Mayo, John Hardenbergh, Carl Schlotthauer, Karl Meyer, Charles Griffin
2019-10-18 • 43 Cards
2017-01-10 • 0 Cards
what is anatomy?, what are the three anatomical competencies?, what is gross anatomy?, what is embryology?, what is comparative anatomy?, what is special anatomy?, what is veterinary anatomy?, what is microscopic anatomy (histology)?, what is ultrastructure cytology?, what is ontogony?, what is phylogeny?, what are three methods to study veterinary anatomy?, what is the median plane?, what is the sagittal plane?, what is the transverse plane?
2013-08-11 • 266 Cards
Uses in Research, what are the different strains of genetics, what kind of mice are used, what is barbering? what should you do when it happens, What is the whitten effect, what is the bruce effect, where to give a SQ injection/IM injection/IP injection/IV injection, Where to collect blood? What kid of procedure is it, What are some signs of pain and distress, What are respiratory disease, What causes Tyzzer disease, What causes EDIM (• Epizootic Diarrhea of Infant Mice ), How to treat Pinworm disease, Clinical signs of Mites
2013-05-05 • 14 Cards
What is the Animal Welfare Act (AWA), what is the American Association for Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care (AAALAC), what is the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC), what is the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS, what is zoonosis
2013-05-05 • 5 Cards
Where does the problem exist in this lateral view?, What organism is pictured here?, What is the prognosis of this ECG readout?, What is the problem in this radiograph?, This is a radiograph of a 8yr old GSD that has been coughing for 1 month and has had periods of collapse at home. What is the diagnosis based upon radiographic interpretation of the following image?
2013-03-31 • 5 Cards
air sacs, auricular, breastband, broad, call, cap, cere, cloaca, clutch, comb, coverts, crest, crown, eyebrow, flight feathers
2013-02-28 • 33 Cards
Morphological structures of digenetic flukes?, What is the infective stage of most flukes?, Flukes commonly use what intermediate host?, What is a schistosome?, Two main types of cestodes?, Characteristics of cestodes?, Cysticercoid?, Cysticercus?, Hyatid Cyst?, Strobilocercus?, Characteristics of all nematodes?, Nematode life cycle? (generally), Characteristics of rhabditoidea (strongyloides)?, Characteristics of trichostrongyloidea?, Characteristics of Metastrongyloidea?
2013-01-15 • 41 Cards
3 Major Effectors of Effective Circulating, amino acids, Antidiuretic Hormone, As a rule of thumb, after how many hours are you suppose to transfer the catheter to another arm?, buretrol, Cellulitis, Colloid, Crystalloid, Daily Water requirement for 100lb dog, Daily water requirement for 10lb dog, Daily Water Requirement for 50lb dog, Daily water requirement for a 25lb dog, Distocia, Effective Circulating Volume, How do you make sure an animal doesnt get pressure sores?
2011-04-28 • 64 Cards
Acepromazine, Acetylcysteine, Aminoglycoside, Apomorphine, Atropine, Carprofen, Caustics, Chloramphenicols, Clavamox, Clomipramine, Cyclosporine, Diazepam, Dissociative Anesthetics, Docusate Sodium, Doxapram
2011-04-28 • 37 Cards
Activated Charcoal, Aminopentamide, Amphojel, Antacids, Apomorphine, Basaljel, Bisacodyl, Bismuth Subsalicylate, Bran, Chlorpromazine, Cimetidine, Cisapride, Diazepam, Dimenhydrinate, Diphenoxylate
2011-04-28 • 30 Cards
2 things stained by Methylene Blue, Acanthocytes, Acidophilic, Acidosis, Addisons Disease, Adrenal Gland, Agranulocytes, Albumin, Alkalosis, ALT, Amylase, Androgens, Anisocytosis, Anticoagulants, AST
2011-04-28 • 180 Cards
Alcephaline herpesvirus 1 & 2 (Bovine herpesvirus 3) (BHV-3) (gamma), Asfivirus, Aviadenovirus, Avian circovirus, Avipoxvirus, Bovine capripoxvirus, Bovine herpesvirus 1 (BHV-1.1, BHV-1.2) (alpha), Bovine herpesvirus 2 (BHV-2) (alpha), Bovine papillomavirus 1 & 2, Bovine papillomaviruses 1-6, Bovine parapoxvirus, Canine adenovirus 1 (CAV-1), Canine adenovirus 2 (CAV-2), Canine herpesvirus 1 (CHV-1) (alpha), Canine oral papillomavirus
2011-04-28 • 35 Cards
2 Drug Classifications, 3 Drug Names, 4 parts to a prescription, 50-100%, Anesthetic, Anorexic, Anthelmintic, Anti inflammatory, Antibiotic, Antipyretic, Antitussive, C I, C II, C III, C IV
2011-04-28 • 59 Cards
American Water Spaniel, Brittany, Chesapeake Bay Retriever, Clumber Spaniel, Cocker Spaniel, Curly-Coated Retriever, English Cocker Spaniel, English Setter, English Springer Spaniel, Field Spaniel, Flat-Coated Retriever, German Shorthaired Pointer, German Wirehaired Pointer, Golden Retriever, Gordon Setter
2011-04-28 • 26 Cards