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Journal May 2011 (Vol 32, No 5)

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Canine Parvovirus by Brandy Tabor , CVT, VTS (ECC)

1. CPV-2 infection can affect the
2. An effective disinfectant of CPV-2 is
3. The most common abnormality on a hemogram of a dog with CPV infection is
4. Fresh frozen plasma can be used to
5. When a feeding tube is used, feeding should be withheld if the residual volume is ____ or more of the last volume fed.
6. When potassium chloride is added to fluids, the rate of administration should not exceed
7. The half-life of maternal antibodies is approximately ___ days.
8. CPV-2 is shed in the feces from day ___ to day___ after exposure.
9. CPV-2 infection most commonly affects dogs aged ____ weeks to ____ months.
10. Vaccine failure is most commonly due to
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