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Laboratory Mouse Mus musculus
Average life span- mouse 12-36 months
Mouse HR 427-697 bpm
Mouse- respiration s 91-216 breaths/min
Mouse temp 37.1 degrees C
Age at puberty- mouse 6 weeks
Estrus cycle length- mouse 4-5 days
Length of Gestation- mouse 19-21 days
Average litter size- mouse 7-11
Weaning age- mouse 18-21 days
Harderian gland extra lacrimal gland
Storage of brown fat - mouse- located around neck and between scapulae
Mouse- Cartilage between the ribs and sternum is fused
Mouse-Esophagus no mucus glands, enters stomach in middle
Mouse- Tracheal rings are incomplete
Mouse-Liver is divided into 4
Mouse-Mammary glands on back and sides-five pairs
Spleen of male mouse is 50% larger than female
os penis and inguinal canal stay open Male mouse
WHERE IS THE BASILIC VEIN FOUND ON THE BIRD VENTRAL SURFACE OF THE WING
WHAT IS A PROTOZOAN PARASITE THAT MAY BE FOUND ON A CROP WASH TRICHOMONAS
WHICH SITE IS MOST COMMONLY USED FOR BLOOD COLLECTION IN TURTLES JUGULAR VEIN
WHICH IS THE MOST COMMON SITE USED FOR IM INJECTION IN THE SNAKE CRANIAL EPAXIAL MUSCLES
METABOLIC BONE DISEASE IS LEAST LIKELY TO OCCUR IN BURMESE PYTHON
AN ADULT FEMALE FERRET WITH A SWOLLEN VULVA AND HAIR LOSS MOST LIKELY HAS WHICH DISORDER HYPERADRENOCORTICISM
FERRETS SHOULD BE VACCINATED AGAINST WHICH DISEASE CANINE DISTEMPER
WHICH MITE MOST COMMONLY AFFECTS THE FUR OF RABBITS CHEYLETIELLA
WHAT REDUCES THE INCIDENCE OF HAIRBALLS IN RABBITS HIGH FIBER DIETS
WHAT ANIMAL PRODUCES PRECOCIOUS YOUNG GUINEA PIGS
WHICH ANIMAL REQUIRES VITAMIN C IN ITS DIET GUINEA PIGS
SEIZURES ARE AN INHERITED DISORDER SEEN IN WHICH OF THE FOLLOWIN GERBILS
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING SHOULD BE FED AN INSECTIVORE DIET HEDGEHOG
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS A SOCIAL ANIMAL AND NEEDS SPECIAL ATTENTION IF HOUSED SINGLY SUGAR GLIDER
WHICH RADIOGRAPHIC VIEW IS USED ROUTINELY IN TURTLES BUT NOT IN SNAKES, LIZARDS, OR BIRDS AP OR FRONTAL
SMALLEST OF THE RODENTS MOUSE
HAS THE LONGEST GESTATION PERIOD GUINEA PIG
IS NOT A RODENT RABBIT
HAS THE SHORTEST GESTATION PERIOD HAMSTER
COMES FROM MONGOLIA GETBIL
COMMONLY DEVELOP MAMMARY TUMORS RATS
MONKEY POX PRAIRIE DOGS
CHLAMYDIOSIS BIRDS
SALMONELLOSIS REPTILES
PLAGUE PRAIRIE DOGS
GOAL OF LAB ANIMALS DIAGNOSE HUMAN DISEASES
USED FOR RESEARCH OR TEACHING NOT DIRECTLY RELATED TO SPECIES ON WHICH THE RESEARCH IS BEING DIRECTED LAB ANIMALS
MICE, RATS,GERBILS, HAMSTERS, GUINEA PIG, RABBITS, DOGS, CATS, PIGS, SHEEP, CATTLE, LAMAS COMMON ANIMALS USED IN RESEARCH AND TEACHING
RESPONSIBILITIES OF A VET TECH IN A RESEARCH FACILITY PREVENTING DISEASE IN ANIMALS FOR WHICH THEY PROVIDE CARE
CONTROLLING FACTORS THAT PREDISPOSE ANIMALS TO CERTAIN DISEASES RESPONSIBILITIES OF A VET TECH IN RESEARCH FACILITY
INTRINSIC STRESS SPECIES, AGE, SEX, HEREDITY
EXTRINSIC STRESSORS ENVIRONMENTAL PARAMETERS; TEMP, NOISE, VENTILATION, HUMIDITY, LIGHTING
DIETARY STRESSORS QUALITY OF FOOD AND WATER, QUANTITY OF FOOD AND WATER, SANITATION OF FEED CONTAINERS, SANITATION OF WATER CONTAINERS, STERILIZATION OF FEED
EXPERIMENTAL STRESS DEVELOP AS A FUNCTION OF A SPECIFIC RESEARCH PROTOCOL IN WHICH THE ANIMAL IS INVOLVED; SURGERY, RESTRAINT, DRUG EFFECTS
PRINCIPLES OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH BASIC, APPLIED, CLINICAL
ADVANCING FUNDAMENTAL KNOWLEDGE OF PHYSICAL, CHEMICAL AND FUNCTIONAL MECHANISMS OF LIFE PROCESSES AND DISEASES; SUCH RESEARCH IS USUALLY CONDUCTED WITH COMPUTER OR PLANT MODELS BASIC RESEARCH
USE OF EXISTING KNOWLEDGE FOR SOLVING A SPECIFIC BIOMEDICAL PROBLEM AND IS OFTEN DIRECTED TOWARD OBJECTIVES SUCH AS DEVELOPMENT OF NEW VACCINES OR SURGICAL PROCEDURES APPLIED RESEARCH
DESIGNED TO BUILD ON KNOWLEDGE GAINED IN BASIC AND APPLIED RESEARCH, ALWAYS CONDUCTED ON LIVE ANIMALS INCLUDING HUMANS, THE FDA REQUIRE CERTAIN PRODUCTS, PARTICULARY NEW MEDS, UNDER GO CLINICAL TRIALS IN SMALL GROUPS IN HUMAN VVOLUNTEERS CLINICAL RESEARCH
THE FDA REQUIRES THAT ALL RESEARCH FUNDED OR REVIEWED BY THEIR AGENCY BE CONDUCTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE SPECIFIC PUBLISHED POLICIES CLINICAL RESEARCH
LAT LABORATORY ANIMAL TECHNICIANS
LATG LABORATORY ANIMAL TECHNOLOGISTS
ALAT ASSISTANT LABORATORY ANIMAL TECHNOLOGISTS
AWA ANIMAL WELFARE ACT
IACUC INSTITUTIONAL ANIMAL CARE AND USE COMMITTEE
PHS PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES
NIH NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF HEALTH
EPA ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
CPSA CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION
AAALAC ASSOCIATION FOR ASSESSMENT AND ACCREDITATION OF LABORATORY ANIMAL CARE
PRINCIPLE FEDERAL STATUE GOVERNING THE SALE, HANDLING, TRANSPORT AND USE OF ANIMALS; ANIMAL WELFARE ACT
SET STANDARDS FOR ANIMALS IN EDUCATION, RESEARCH, AND EXHIBITION; IACUC APPROVAL ANIMAL WELFARE ACT
RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL ASPECTS OF ANIMAL USE, EDUCATION, HEALTH, AND COMPLIANCE WITH ALL LAWS AND REGULATION IACUC
1 VET WITH TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE IN LAB ANIMAL MED, 1 PERSON WITH NO AFFILIATION WITH RESEARCH FACILITY, NON-SCIENTISTS OR LAY REP TO COMMUNICATE WITH PUBLIC IACUC
REVIEW PROTOCOLS TO ASSURE APPROPRIATE ANIMALS USED FOR RESEARCH PROJECT, INSURE APPROPRIATE SEDATION, ANALEGESIA AND ANESTHESIA IS USED IF PAINFUL PROCEDURES ARE REQURIRED FOR REACH RESEARCH OBJECTIVES IACUS
REQURIRED TO ENFORCE THE AWA; ACCURATE RECORDS; INSPECTIONS ANNUALLY USDA
PRIMARY REFERENCE ON ANIMAL CARE AND USE; CREATED UNDER INSTITUTE OF LABORATORY ANIMAL RESEARCH; PROVIDED REGULATIONS BASED ON LATEST PUBLISHED DATA, SCIENTIFIC PRINCIPLES, EXPERT OPINION AND EXPERIENCES WITH METHODS AND PRACTICES THE GUIDE
INSTITUTE OF LABORATORY ANIMAL RESEARCH ILAR
CONTAINS DETAILED INFORMATION ON ALL ASPECTS OF BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH FACILITIES INCLUDING METHODS MONITORING ANIMAL CARE AND USE, QUALIFICATIONS AND TRAINING OF PERSONNEL AND ESTABLISHMENT OF OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY PROGRAM THE GUIDE
SPECIFIC POLICIES ON USE AND CARE OF VERTEBRATE ANIMALS IN RESEARCH AND EDUCATION; REQUIRES WHEN EUTHANASIA IS NECESSARY, IT BE CONDUCTED IN A MANNER THAT RELIEVES PAIN AND SUFFERING OF THE ANIMALS PUBLIC HEALTH POLICY
ENFORCES A NUMBER OF LAWS DESIGNED TO PROTECT THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF THE GENERAL PUBLIC FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION REGULATIONS
ADMINISTERS LAWS THAT PROTECT HUMAN HEALTH AND THE ENVIRONMENT; TOXIC SUBSTANCES CONTROL ACT EPA
REQUEST SPECIFIC ANIMAL SAFETY TESTING AND CAN REMOVE PRODUCTS FROM THE MARKET OR RESTRICT THEIR USE IF THE SAFETY OF THE PRODUCT CANNOT BE ADEQUATELY DETERMINED EPA
ENFORCES REGULATIONS CONTAINED IN THE FEDERAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES ACT CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION
ANY PRODUCT THAT HAS THE POTENTIAL TO CAUSE INJURY OR HARM TO HUMAN BEINGS CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION
SUPPORT AND CONDUCT BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH
COMPOSED OF TWO PROGRAMS EXTRAMURAL; INTRAMURAL
PROVIDES GRANTS AND CONTRACTS TO SUPPORT RESEARCH AND TRAINING IN THOUSANDS OF UNIVERSITIES, MEDICAL SCHOOLS ETC. EXTRAMURAL RESEARCH PROGRAM
RESEARCH CONDUCTED WITHIN NIH'S OWN LABORATORIES INTRAMURAL RESEARCH PROGRAMS
ASSOCIATION FOR ASSESSMENT AND ACCREDITATION OF LABORATORY ANIMAL CARE AALAC
PRIVATE NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION THAT PROMOTES THE HUMANE TREATMENT OF ANIMAL IN SCIENCE THROUGH THE VOLUNTARY ACCREDITATION PROGRAM ASSOCIATION FOR ASSESSMENT AND ACCREDITATION OF LABORATORY ANIMAL CARE
ACCREDITATION BECAUSE IT SIGNIFIES A COMMITMENT TO EXCELLENCE AALAC
THREE R'S REDUCTION, REFINEMENT, REPLACEMENT
THE GOAL OF ____ IS TO USE THE ABSOLUTE FEWEST NUMBER OF ANIMALS THAT WILL REACH THE RESEARCH GOALS REDUCTION
REQUIRES EXPERIMENTAL PROCEDURE BE CHOSEN THAT CAUSES THE LEAST AMOUNT OF STRESS, PAIN, ANXIETY, AND DISTURBANCE OF NORMAL LIFE TO THE ANIMAL WHILE MEETING THE EXPERIMENTAL GOALS REFINEMENT
RESEARCH THAT USES LOWER FORMS OF LIFE, COMPUTER MODELS OR OTHER ARTIFICIAL MEANS WHENEVER POSSIBLE; TISSUE CULTURE, ARTIFICIAL MODELS, COMPUTER MODELS, PLANTS REPLACEMENT
ALWAYS BAND TOGETHER TO TRY TO INFLUENCE OTHERS INTO BELIEVING AS THEY DO SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS
STATE AND NATIONAL VETERINARY TECHNICIAN ASSOCIATIONS TEND TO SPEAK FOR THE PROFESSION ON MOST MATTERS CONCERNING ANIMALS SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS
BELIEVE THAT ANIMALS WERE PUT ON THIS EARTH FOR USE BY HUMAN BEINGS ANIMAL EXPLOITATION GROUPS
THEY BELIEVE ANIMALS ARE OUR ABSOLUTE PROPERTY ANIMAL EXPLOITATION GROUPS
THEY CANNOT CONCEIVE ANIMALS FEELING PAIN LIKE WE DO AND IF THEY DO WE SHOULD NOT BE CONCERNED FOR THEM ANIMAL EXPLOITATION GROUPS
BELIEVE THAT ANIMALS ARE HERE FOR USE OF HUMAN BEINGS BUT THAT WE MUST BE RESPONSIBLE ABOUT THAT USE ANIMAL USE GROUPS
SPARING ANIMAL PAIN AND DISCOMFORT IF AT ALL POSSIBLE; LAB WORKERS, PEOPLE WHO EAT MEAT AND WEAR LEATHER, HUNTING AND FISHING, PUREBREED BREEDERS OF DOGS ANIMAL USE GROUPS
BELIEVE THAT THE GOVERNMENT SHOULD WRITE LAWS THAT EXPRESS THE SENTIMENTS OF MOST OF THE POPULATION, AND THAT THESE LAWS SHOULD BE CARRIED TO THE LETTER REGARDLESS OF PRESSURE FROM GROUPS WHO BELIEVE THE LAWS ARE UNFAIR ANIMAL CONTROL GROUPS
BELIEVE THAT PEOPLE SHOULD TREAT EACH ANIMAL AS KINDLY AS POSSIBLE AND THAT THEY SHOULD BE REQUIRED BY LAW TO DO SO ANIMAL WELFARE GROUP
IF AN ANIMAL IS MISTREATED OR NEGLECTED, THIS GROUP BELIEVES WE HAVE A DUTY TO RELIEVE ITS SUFFERING ANIMAL WELFARE GROUPS
BELIEVES THAT ANIMALS HAVE INTRINSIC RIGHTS THAT SHOULD BE GUARANTEED JUST THE WAY HUMAN RIGHTS ARE GUARANTEED ANIMAL RIGHTS GROUPS
THIS INCLUDES NOT BEING KILLED, EATEN, USED FOR SPORT OR RESEARCH OR ABUSED IN ANY WAY ANIMAL RIGHTS GROUPS
BELIEVE THAT ANIMALS SHOULD NOT BE FORCED TO WORK OR PRODUCE FOR OUR BENEFIT IN ANY WAY; PETA ANIMAL LIBERATION GROUPS
BENEFITS OF ANIMAL RESEARCH HUMAN IMMUNIZATIONS; DEVELOPMENT OF ANTIBIOTICS, INSULIN, CHEMO, AND PHARMACEUTICALS, SURGICAL ADVANCES LIKE ORGAN TRANSPLANTS, HIP REPLACEMENTS, CARDIAC BYPASS
PEOPLE AND THEIR COMPANION ANIMALS, FARMERS AND THEIR WORK ANIMALS, WORKING DOGS AND THEIR HANDLERS, LAB ANIMALS AND THEIR CARE TAKERS HUMAN ANIMAL BOND
FACILITY DESIGN ANIMAL ROOMS, SURGICAL SUITE, CAGE-WASHING AREA, OFFICES, STORAGE AREAS, NECROPSY LAB, CLINICAL LAB, PERSONNEL SHOWER AND LOUNGE AREA
DIFFERENT SPECIES ARE HOUSED IN DIFFERENT ROOMS ANIMAL ROOM
ROOMS DESIGNED FOR EASY AND THOROUGH CLEANING ANIMAL ROOM
MAINTENANCE OF CONSISTENT ENVIRONMENTAL PARAMETERS ANIMAL ROOMS
WATERPROOF WALLS, FLOORS AND ELECTRICAL SOURCES ANIMAL ROOM
DRAINS ON FLOORS ANIMAL ROOM
USED FOR PREPARATION OF ANIMALS, PERFORMANCE OF SURGICAL PROCEDURES AND SURGICAL AND ANESTHETIC RECOVERY SURGICAL SUITE
MINIMIZE SPREAD OF DISEASE; SEPARATE FROM ANIMAL ROOMS; CLEAN AND DIRTY SIDES; VENTILATION IS IMPORTANT; TEMPERATURES CAPABLE OF SANITATION OF EQUIPMENT CAGE-WASHING ROOMS
ALL PROCEDURE PERFORMED ARE DONE OUTSIDE THE ANIMAL ROOMS SO OTHER ANIMALS ARE NOT ALARMED LABORATORIES
EATING AND EMPLOYEE BREAKS; CHANGING ROOMS; SHOWERS PERSONNEL AREAS
RECEIVING ROOM FOR RECEIVING ANIMALS AND PLACING THEM IN QUARANTINE BEFORE BEING HOUSED WITH OTHER ANIMALS RECEIVING AND STORAGE AREAS
STORAGE SHELVES CONTAINING FEED AND BEDDING BAGS MUST BE 20 CM OFF THE FLOOR RECEIVING AND STORAGE
CONSIST OF ANIMAL ROOMS AND SUPPORT AREAS THAT HAVE SINGLE DOORS OPENING ONTO A CENTRAL CORRIDOR CONVENTIONAL FACILITY
REQUIRES SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS TO MINIMIZE DISEASE SPREAD CONVENTIONAL FACILITY
REFERRED TO AS CLEAN/DIRTY FACILITY DOUBLE CORRIDOR FACILITY
CONSISTS OF ANIMAL ROOMS AND SUPPORT AREAS THAT HAVE TWO DOORS; ONE DOOR OPENS ONTO THE CLEAN CORRIDOR AND THE OTHER TO THE DIRTY CORRIDOR DOUBLE CORRIDOR FACILITY
UNIDIRECTIONAL DOUBLE CORRIDOR FACILTIY
SIMILAR TO DOUBLE- CORRIDOR EXCEPT THAT PERSONNEL MUST SHOWER BEFORE ENTERING THE ANIMAL ROOMS BARRIER FACILITY
REQUIRED TO DRESS IN DISPOSABLE CLOTHING BARRIER FACILITY
ULTRAVIOLET LIGHT MUST BE USED IN AIRLOCK TO STERILIZE EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES BARRIER FACILITY
IN ADDITION TO BARRIER FACILITIES PERSONNEL ARE REQUIRED TO SHOWER WHEN LEAVING THE FACILITY CONTAINMENT FACILITIES
DISPOSABLE CLOTHING AND ALL MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES ARE AUTOCLAVED BEFORE BEING PASSED OUT OF THE FACILITY THROUGH A SPECIAL WASTE PORTAL CONTAINMENT FACILITIES
ANIMALS MUST BE HOUSED IN AN ENVIRONMENT THAT MAINTAINS CONSTANT CONDITIONS OF THE MACROENVIRONMENT; TEMP, HUNIDITY, LIGHTING, VENTILATION ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS
VARIATION OF ___ AND ____ CAN AFFECT THE METABOLISM AND BEHAVIOR OF ANIMALS TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY
THESE V
VARIATION OF ___ AND ____ CAN AFFECT THE METABOLISM AND BEHAVIOR OF ANIMALS TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY
THESE VARIATIONS CAN RENDER DATA INVALID TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY
ROOM TEMPERATURES ARE MAINTAINED WITHIN THE THERMONEUTRAL ZONE
RANGE OF TEMPERATURE WHERE AN ANIMAL DOES NOT NEED PHYSICAL OR CHEMICAL MECHANISMS TO CONTROL HEAT PRODUCTION OR HEAT LOSS
RELATIVE HUMIDITY IS USUALLY AT 45-55%
SUPPLIES OXYGEN TO THE ANIMALS AND REMOVES NOXIOUS ODORS AND CONTAMINANTS FROM THEN AIR; AMMONIA, THERMAL OVERLOADS CAUSED BY ANIMAL RESPIRATION, LIGHTS AND EQUIPMENT VENTILATION REQUIREMENTS
VENTILATION REQUIREMENTS ANIMALS MUST HAVE BETWEEN 10-15 COMPLETE AIR CHANGES EACH HOUR
RECIRCULATED AIR FILTERED BY HEPA FILTERS VENTILATION REQUIREMENTS
AIR FLOWS FROM THE ROOM TO THE OUTSIDE WHEN THE DOOR IS OPENED POSITIVELY PRESSURIZED ROOM
AIR FLOWS FROM THE HALL INTO THE ROOM WHEN THE DOOR IS OPENED NEGATIVELY PRESSURIZED ROOM
AN ANIMAL WARD USED FOR QUARANTINE OF INFECTIOUS PATIENTS IS MAINTAINED WITH A ____ AIR PRESSURE SO THAT THE INFECTIOUS AGENTS ARE NOT LIKELY TO ENTER THE HALL AREA WHEN THE DOOR IS OPENED NEGATIVE
SURGICAL SUITES ARE USUALLY MAINTAINED UNDER ____ PRESSURE SO CONTAMINANTS FROM IN THE HALLWAY ARE NOT DRAWN INTO THE SURGICAL SUITE POSITIVE
THERE IS USUALLY NO NATURAL LIGHT FROM WINDOWS IN AN ANIMAL ROOM BECAUSE ANIMALS REACT DIFFERENTLY TO SEASONAL LIGHT CHANGES WHICH WOULD BE CONSIDERED A VARIABLE IN TEST RESULTS; ILLUMINATION
12 HOURS LIGHTS ON; 12 HOURS LIGHTS OFF DIURNAL ILLUMINATION
MANY SPECIES ARE SENSITIVE TO __- NOISE
RATS STOP ___ WHEN THERE IS TOO MUCH NOISE BREEDING
RABBITS INJURE THEMSELVES WHEN THERE IS TOO MUCH NOISE
RATS AND GERBILS GO INTO SEIZURES WHEN EXPOSED TO EXCESSIVE NOISE
ANIMALS IN NEED OF QUIET ROOMS SHOULD NOT BE HOUSED BY CAGE WASH, ELEVATORS, ETC
REFERS PRIMARILY TO PHYSICAL CONTACT AND VISUAL, AUDITORY AND OLFACTORY COMMUNICATION WITH MEMBERS OF THE SAME SPECIES SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT
LAB ANIMALS TYPICALLY HAVE ___ PATTERNS THAT INCLUDE PLAY AND FORAGING ACTIVITY
STRONGEST, SMOOTH, RUST FREE AND RESISTANT TO MOST CLEANING CHEMICALS, EXPENSIVE, MAY PRODUCE MICROENVIRONMENTS WITH LOWER TEMPERATURES STAINLESS STEEL
LIGHT WEIGHT, RELATIVELY LOW COST, LESS DURABLE, EASILY DAMAGED BY CLEANING CHEMICALS ALUMINUM
LESS EXPENSIVE THAN METAL CAGES PLASTIC
HIGH IMPACT STRENGTH, HIGH HEAT RESISTANCE, HIGH CHEMICAL RESISTANCE POLYCARBONATE
SOMEWHAT LESS HEAT RESISTANCE AND IMPACT STRENGTH- OPAQUE SO ANIMALS CANNOT BE EASILY OBSERVED POLYPROPYLENE
LOW IMPACT STRENGTH, LEAST HEAT AND CHEMICAL RESISTANCE- PRIMARILY USED FOR DISPOSABLE CAGING POLYSTYRENE
USED MOSTLY FOR MICE AND RATS, COMPOSED OF PLASTIC, CAGE TOP IS GRID OF STAINLESS STEEL; FILTER TOPS- BONNET FILTER OR FLAT FILTER; FILTERS HELP CONTROL MICROENVIRONMENT OF THE CAGE SHOEBOX CAGES
RACKS THAT HOLD A SERIES OF MESH BOTTOMED CAGES THAT SLIDE IN AND OUT OF THE RACK ON RAILS SUSPENDED CAGING
HAVE WIRE MESH OR PLASTIC GRID FLOORS SUSPENDED CAGING
PROVIDES EXCELLENT VENTILATION THROUGH THE CAGES BUT POOR CONTROL OF MICROENVIRONMENT SUSPENDED CAGING
USED TO COLLECT URINE AND FECES IN SUCH A WAY THAT THE TOTAL VOLUME CAN BE MEASURED AND ANALYZED METABOLISM CAGES
FOOD AND WATER RESOURCES ARE LOCATED OUTSIDE THE CAGE AND DO NOT ADD VOLUME TO THE WASTE COLLECTION METABOLISM CAGES
USED FOR HOUSING OF SOCIAL GROUPINGS OF ANIMALS GANG CAGES
HAVE MULTIPLE SITES FOR FOOD AND WATER DISTRIBUTED THROUGHOUT THE CAGE DISCOURAGING DOMINATION BY A FEW ANIMALS IN THE GROUP GANG CAGES
CAGES ON WHEELS USED TO MOVE AN ANIMAL FROM ONE AREA OF A FACILITY TO ANOTHER TRANSPORTATION CAGES
USED TO HOUSE DOGS, SHEEP, GOATS, AND OTHER FARM ANIMALS PENS AND RUNS
IF HOUSED OUTSIDE ADEQUATE SHELTER MUST BE ADDRESSED PENS AND RUNS
FLOORING CAN BE CONCRETE, ROCK, SAND, ABSORBENT BEDDING AND/OR GRASS; IF INDOORS TO IMPROVE ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL PENS AND RUNS
USED TO PROVIDE EXERCISE AREAS FOR ANIMALS; DOG RUNS; ACTIVITY WHEEL FOR RATS ACTIVITY CAGES
AN ENCLOSED CHAMBER FOR USE WHEN STRICT CONTROL OF ENVIRONMENTAL PARA, OXYGEN PRESSUREMETERS IS NEEDED INHALATION CAGES
PROVIDE STRICT CONTROL OF TEMPERATURE, HUMIDITY, OXYGEN PRESSURE RECOVERY CAGES
DOGS, CATS, PRIMATES BENEFIT FROM A RAISED ___ ___ RESTING LEDGE
RABBITS- PLAYING SOFT MUSIC ENVIRONMENTAL ENRICHMENT
CAGE MODIFICATIONS- TUBES, RUNNING WHEELS, NESTING MATERIAL, CHEW TOYS, BOWLING BALLS, FRUITS, SEEDS, SMALL TREATS ENVIRONMENTAL ENRICHMENT
ANIMALS USED IN RESEARCH AND TEACHING BE ACQUIRED ONLY FORM USDA- LICENSED DEALERS; ANIMAL DEALERS MUST BE LICENSED BY THE USDA AND ADHERE TO THE ANIMAL WELFARE ACT STANDARDS OF CARE ANIMAL ACQUISITION
USDA CONDUCTS UNANNOUNCED INSPECTIONS OF DEALER FACILITIES TO ENSURE COMPLIANCE; DEALERS ARE PERMITTED TO OBTAIN ANIMALS FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES, INCLUDING ANIMAL SHELTERS THESE ARE CONSIDERED RANDOM SOURCE ANIMALS ANIMAL ACQUISITION
STUDY OF ANIMALS WITH COMPLETELY KNOWN FLORA AND FAUNA GNOTOBIOLOGY
MINIMIZED VARIABLES ASSOCIATED WITH NORMAL VARIATIONS AMONG INDIVIDUALS OF THE SAME SPECIES GNOTOBIOLOGY
WITHOUT STRANGERS AXENIC
REFERRED TO AS "GERM FREE" AXENIC
HAVE NO EVIDENCE OF MICROORGANISMS EXCEPT THOSE THAT PASS TO THE ANIMAL THROUGH THE PLACENTA BEFORE BIRTH AXENIC
FOOD, WATER, BEDDING AND CAGING MUST BE AUTOCLAVED OR STERILIZED TO KEEP THE ANIMAL GERM FREE AXENIC
ANIMALS THAT HAVE DEMONSTRATED TO BE FREE OF SPECIFIC PATHOGENS SPECIFIC PATHOGEN FREE
ANIMALS DELIVERED SURGICALLY BY REMOVAL OF UTERUS OF THE MOTHER WITH DELIVERY OF THE FETUSES IN A STERILE ISOLATION CHAMBER REFERRED TO AS CESAREAN DERIVED
CESAREAN DERIVED ANIMALS MAINTAINED IN STERILE, CONTROLLED ENCIRONMENTS BARRIER- SUSTAINED
FOR WELFARE OF ANIMALS, PERSONNEL; NEEDED IN CASE OF SABOTAGE BY ANIMAL RIGHTS OR LIBERATION ACTIVITISTS; KEYED ENTRY, CODED KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEMS, ALARMS, SECURITY PERSONNEL FACILITY SECURITY
OCCUPATION SAFETY AND HEALTH RIGHT TO KNOW, PPE, MSDS
AGENTS THAT DO NOT CAUSE DISEASE IN HUMAN BEINGS EXCEPT IMMUNODEFICIENT PERSONS; NO SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS FOR HANDLING OR DISPOSAL OF BIOSAFETY LEVEL _ MATERIALS 1
AGENTS HAVE POTENTIAL TO CAUSE HUMAN DISEASE IF HANDLED IMPROPPERLY; LIMITED ACCESS TO AREAS; WEARING OF PROPER PPE; CAREFUL WITH SHARPS; FOLLOW SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS WHEN HANDLING OR WORKING WITH THESE AGENTS BIOSAFETLY LEVEL 2
AGENTS CAUSE SERIOUS AND POTENTIALLY LETHAL DISEASE; SAFETLY LEVELS 1 AND 2 REQUIREMENTS NEEDED IN ADDITION TO DECONTAMINATION OF WASTE; DECONTAMINATION OF CAGES, CLOTHING AND OTHER EQUIPMENT; USE OF BIOSAFETLY CABINETS; PPE FOR ALL PERSONNEL BIOSAFETLY LEVEL 3
AGENTS POSE HIGH RISK OF CAUSING LIFE THREATENING DISEASE; EBOLA; REQUIRE MAXIMUM CONTAINMENT; PERSONNEL SHOWER IN AND OUT AND DRESS IN FULL BODY SUITS EQUIPPED WITH POSITIVE AIR SUPPLY BIOSAFETY LEVEL 4
MEDICAL EVALUATION; REQUIRED IMMUNIZATIONS; TETANUS, RABIES, HEPATITIS B; RESPIRATORY MASK FITTING; TB SCREENING PERSONNEL HEALTH
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