ACM2 general info

Can you name the ACM2 general info?

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uveitis is clouding of the ______
dehydration %: shock and imminent death, __-__%
agents used to kill or reduce the growth of microorganisms in the treatment of diseases and infectionse.g. antibiotics, steroids, sulfa compounds, hormones, antihelminthics
a good _____ program starts with removal of organic material from the animal's immediate environment
are skin and mucus membranes primary or secondary?
nasal discharge, cough, lung sounds, tracheal sounds, etc are part of assessing what system?
used to prevent viral/bacterial disease- repeated annually
body systems assessment should be completed ________
these include submandibular, prescapular, popliteal, axillary, mesenteric, inguinal, and are usually pea sized in small animals or grape sized in large animals
is immunity (antibodies, WBC's, and lymph tissie) primary or secondary?
the _____ system is examined separately when deficiencies are noted.deficiencies can be: lack of menace reflex, decreased response to pain, seizures, head tilts, etc
observing skin and hair for lesions, dryness, moistness, flakiness, bumps, bruises, lacerations, etc is part of what system assessment?
production of pain due to a stimulus that does not normally provoke pain
CRT should be less than ____________
used to control microorganisms that reduce the productivity of an animal or produce a disease state
injury, genetic abnormalities, ingesting toxins, poor nutrition, and hormonal disorders are ________ disease
what system assessment involves palpation of joints, muscles, underlying skeletal structures, and noting differences in ambulation?
________ are an important part of animal health
sickness (% of animals that are sick)
first paperwork to complete when examining an animal
animals should receive adequate ______ at birth to stimulate their immune systems initially
bacteria, viruses, fungus, and parasites are ______ disease
substances that kill or prevent the growth of microorganisms when applied to animal tissue (skin)
age, breed, gender, reproductive status, and use/purpose of the animal is part of the _______
dehydration %: skin definitely inelastic, eyes very slightly sunken into orbits, __-___%
increased response to a stimulus that is normally painful
what an animal eats, how often, recent changes, vomiting, and diarrhea are part of the ____ history
examination of penis, sheath, vulva, testes, kidneys, bladder, uterus, urethra, prostate gland, and mammary glands are part of what system?
dehydration %: skin slightly doughy, inelastic consistency, ___-___%
death loss
_____ plays an open part during stressful parts of an animal's life (such as at weaning)
cyanotic mucous membranes are what color?
BAR, excited, anxious, lethargic, depressed, aggressive, are options for what part of a PE?
mucous membrane color, CRT, pulse, and heart rate are part of what system assessment?
dehydration %: increased skin turgor, eyes sunken into orbits, prolonged refill time, dry MM, ___-___%
agents used to stimulate immunity against specific diseases (e.g. vaccines)
dehydration %: undetectable, less than ____%
absence of pain in response to stimulation that would normally be painful
drugs used to kill internal parasites
normal lung and tracheal sounds resemble __________________
emaciated, thin, ideal, overweight, obese are options for what part of a PE?
products that destroy pathogenic microorganisms usually used on inanimate objects
if an animals stomach is growling or rumbling, it is ______
history of the present illness includes disease _____, _____ of signs, or _______ of illnessseparate enswers with a comma or just spaces
what system includes oral cavity, neck palpation, auscultation of abdomen, missing or damaged teeth, and abdomen palpation?also includes rectal exam in lg animals
inanimate objects that spread disease
an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage
any deviation from normal health in which there are marked physiological, anatomical, or chemical changes in the animal's body

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