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DOI :10.26650/JARHS2021-958904   IUP :10.26650/JARHS2021-958904    Full Text (PDF)

The Impact of Covid- 19 Pandemic on Animals and Veterinarians

Alev Akdoğan Kaymaz

The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic process on animals, animal caregiver, and veterinary students, clinical academicians and self-employed veterinarians in our country were evaluated in this study. By examining the available resources on the subject, the situation in our country and in the world has been revealed. In addition, information is given on the characteristics of the COVID-19 agent and the differences between animal species. New studies in dogs and especially cats, in which coronavirus infection is common, will help us to provide information concerning the effects of COVID-19 in these animals and the contamination patterns and course of the disease.

DOI :10.26650/JARHS2021-958904   IUP :10.26650/JARHS2021-958904    Full Text (PDF)

Covid-19 Pandemisinin Veteriner Hekimler ve Hayvanlar Üzerine Etkileri

Alev Akdoğan Kaymaz

Bu çalışmada, yurdumuzda COVID-19 pandemi sürecinin hayvanlar, hayvan yakınları ve Veteriner Fakültesi’nde klinik eğitimi alan öğrenciler, klinik akademisyenler ve serbest veteriner hekimler üzerine olan etkileri değerlendirilmiştir. Konu ile ilgili ulaşılabilen kaynaklar incelenerek yurdumuzdaki ve dünyadaki durum ortaya konulmuştur. Ayrıca, COVID-19 etkeninin özelliği ile hayvan türleri arasındaki farklılıklara ait bilgiler verilmiştir. Koronaviral enfeksiyonun yaygın bir şekilde görüldüğü köpekler ve özellikle kedilerde yapılacak yeni çalışmalar COVID-19’un hayvanlarda görülen etkileri, bulaşma biçimleri ve hastalık seyri ile ilgili bilgi sahibi olunmasına yardımcı olacaktır.


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