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Which of the following mouth rinsing agents has the best antibacterial properties? 1. Zinc ascorbate 2. Sodium hypochlorate 3. Hydrogen peroxide 4. Chlorhexidine gluconate 4. Chlorhexidine gluconate
How many 68-mg enrofloxacin tablets will be needed to treat a 20-lb (9-kg) dog for 10 days at a dosage of 15 mg/kg/day? 1. 2 tablets 2. 10 tablets 3. 20 tablets 4. 4 tablets 3. 20 tablets
Which surgery involves the removal of the claw and its associated third phalanx? 1. Orchiectomy 2. Tendonectomy 3. Cholecystectomy 4. Onychectomy 4. Onychectomy
Why do you use a surgical mask during dentals? 1. prevent bacteria ontamination from patient to patient. 2. prevent inhalation of gases 3. transmission of bacteria into the patient’s mouth. 4. prevent operator from inhaling bacteria-laden aerosols. 4. prevent operator from inhaling bacteria-laden aerosols.
A serum sample that appears milky is best described as: 1. lipemic. 2. icteric. 3. chylous. 4. purulent 1. lipemic.
Antibodies belong to a class of: 1. carbohydrates. 2. enzymes. 3. hormones. 4. proteins. 4. proteins.
In ultrasonography, which of the following terms refers to tissues that reflect more sound back to the transducer than to surrounding tissues? 1. Anechoic 2. Hypoechoic 3. Hyperechoic 4. Isoechoic 3. Hyperechoic
A 12.45 kg dog (2.2 pounds = 1 kg) presents to the clinic 8% hydrated. What is the volume of fluids required to resolve the deficit? 1. 555 mL 2. 996 mL 3. 1592 mL 4. 2192 mL 2. 996 mL
The analgesic effects of NSAIDs occur mainly because of their ability to: 1. block the transmission of pain impulses by sensory nerves. 2. inhibit the production of prostaglandins. 3. inhibit production of arachidonic acid. 4. block the sodium 2. inhibit the production of prostaglandins.
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