Animal researchfor understanding  animal diseases                    Presented by:                    Inga Kivimeister
   Introduction   Main body   Conclusion   References
Introduction        Animal research directed to         elucidating many of the problems of         the causation, preven...
Pain and suffering        Enormous benefits are made available         to animals by the methods of         experimental ...
illustrative material
Redwater       The disease redwater in cattle used to take        a tremendous toll of life in most tropical        count...
Redwater bacteria
Animal research        Animal research is the only way to         find effective and harmless way to         deal with il...
Conclusion        It is very important to understand         that success in today’s medicine is         achieved because...
References        http://www.animalresearch.info/en/me         dical/lectures/Understanding_animal_         disease
The End!        Thank you for your attention!
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Animal research for understanding animal diseases

  1. 1. Animal researchfor understanding animal diseases Presented by: Inga Kivimeister
  2. 2.  Introduction Main body Conclusion References
  3. 3. Introduction  Animal research directed to elucidating many of the problems of the causation, prevention and relief of various diseases in animals, many of which are also transmissible to humans.
  4. 4. Pain and suffering  Enormous benefits are made available to animals by the methods of experimental research so that much pain and suffering are prevented or relieved. These results could never have been obtained without the help of experi-mental research. Such advantages are especially outstanding in the fields of preventive medicine with the development of sera and vaccines.
  5. 5. illustrative material
  6. 6. Redwater  The disease redwater in cattle used to take a tremendous toll of life in most tropical countries. It is due to parasites (Babesia bigeminum) which invade and destroy huge numbers of red corpuscles—up to 75 per cent of them in bad cases—and which are inoculated by ticks of several types. By the use of an agent (trypanblue) discovered by experiments on animals this loss and the attendant suffering sustained by the victims can now be reduced to almost insignificant numbers. In some countries the disease has been almost exterminated by repeated dipping as a means of tick control.
  7. 7. Redwater bacteria
  8. 8. Animal research  Animal research is the only way to find effective and harmless way to deal with illnesses and disease.  Key to save millions of animal and human lives
  9. 9. Conclusion  It is very important to understand that success in today’s medicine is achieved because of animal research. It is achieved with high price – lives of animals on whom researches were made. It is very important to remember that and find alternative ways to research illnesses and disease.
  10. 10. References  http://www.animalresearch.info/en/me dical/lectures/Understanding_animal_ disease
  11. 11. The End!  Thank you for your attention!

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