FEB 05, 2014 05:00 PM PST
Veterinary treatment approaches to common clinical signs in toxicology setting
Presented at the Lab Animal Sciences 2014 Virtual Event
CONTINUING EDUCATION (CME/CE/CEU) CREDITS: CE
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Speakers:
  • Attending Veterinarian, Director of LAS , National Shanghai Center for New Drug Safety Evaluation & Research (NCDSER), CHINA
    Biography
      Xueying Pan, Director of Laboratory Animal Service, Attending Veterinarian, NCDSER/Shanghai InnoStar Bio-Tech Co., Ltd., Shanghai, China. Received my master degree from Huazhong Agricultural University in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China. My major was basic veterinary medicine. Now I am a Ph.D candidate in Shanghai Jiaotong University. My major is preventive veterinary medicine. I have been an IACUC member for six years in NCDSER/ Shanghai InnoStar Bio-Tech Co., Ltd. which is a toxicology CRO and majorly conducts GLP preclinical toxicity studies for clients.

    Abstract:
    This presentation mainly includes 4 sections, the first one: introduction for CFDA/FDA GLP Regulation and analysis the difference. The second one: introduction of the most important responsibility of veterinarian, for example: to supply support to scientist, to supply veterinary care promptly, to ensure the animal welfare and enrichment. The third one: The procedure for observation of abnormal animal. The fourth one: case for case, for example, alopecia, dehydration, decrease the consumption of food, not drink water, decrease the activity, diarrhea, mass or tumor. Outline - Requirements for animal welfare and veterinary care in related regulations of toxicology study - Requirement for laboratory animals in CFDA GLP regulations - Requirement for laboratory animals in FDA GLP regulations - Requirement for laboratory animals in OECD GLP regulations - Responsibility of veterinarian in the toxicology study - To supply support to scientist - To supply veterinary care promptly - To ensure the animal welfare and enrichment - The procedure for observation of abnormal animal - Case - Alopecia - Dehydration - Decrease the consumption of food, not drink water - Decrease the activity - Diarrhea - Mass or tumor

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