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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:52959
Doc. No:TL22913
Call number:‭1462791‬
Main Entry:Wendy E. H. Mey
Title & Author:The identification and prevalence of veterinary clinical events in U.S. military working dogs deployed to Iraq between March 20, 2003, and December 31, 2007Wendy E. H. Mey
College:The University of Texas School of Public Health
Date:2009
Degree:M.P.H.
student score:2009
Page No:252
Abstract:Objective. The purpose of this study was to identify the medical issues experienced by Military Working Dogs during their period of deployment in Iraq. Design. This study was a retrospective cross-sectional survey based on database and medical record abstraction. Population. Military Working Dogs (MWDs) that were deployed to Iraq at any time between 20 March 2003 and 31 December 2007 were the inclusive population of interest. Seven hundred ninety-five (795) MWDs were identified as having been deployed to Iraq during the inclusive dates. Four hundred ninety-six (496) MWDs were identified that had medical events during the deployment period. Procedures. Eligible MWDs were identified through several sources, to include database query, medical record abstraction questionnaire, and medical record abstraction. Demographic information collected for each MWD included tattoo, name, age, gender, breed, Branch of Service, and duty certification. Information on each veterinary/medical clinical event (VCE) was collected. This information was coded, and data entered into a database for organization. Frequency and prevalence information were determined for each category of VCE. Results. The top four VCEs experienced by MWDs while deployed in Iraq were gastrohepatic, dermatologic, traumatic injury, and appendicular musculoskeletal issues. Conclusions. Training, equipment, and supplies for veterinary personnel who care for the deployed MWDs should be tailored accordingly to suit the identified medical needs of the MWDs.
Subject:Social sciences; Biological sciences; Dogs; Iraq deployment; Military working dogs; Military studies; Veterinary services; 0750:Military studies; 0778:Veterinary services
Added Entry:J. R. Herbold
Added Entry:The University of Texas School of Public Health