Risk-to-benefit ratio of inhaled corticosteroids in patients

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Studies have shown that animals given distemper and parvo vaccines maintained antibody titers for anywhere between four and seven years (or more) post-vaccination. Other tests have demonstrated that these animals remained healthy when challenged with a live virus, while unvaccinated animals contracted the disease. With this information, the veterinary profession then considered whether to vaccinate and how often. In 2006, the American Animal Hospital Association came out with new guidelines in which the recommended frequency of a number of vaccines (especially the distemper/parvo combination) has been decreased. It also lists several vaccines that it doesn’t recommend, and why (., Corona, giardia, and leptospirosis, except where exposure is high). This 28-page document is available on their website .

Risk-to-benefit ratio of inhaled corticosteroids in patients

risk-to-benefit ratio of inhaled corticosteroids in patients

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