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My pet promeranian(12 years ) had a blood test and urea count is 105mg/Dl. Is this something to worry about?
The blood test is done to see if she qualify to go for a dental cleanup via GA. She has an ulcer just below her left lower eyelid. The vet says this is due to dental infections.
The blood test indicate some kidnay problem so no dental treatment. Also the vet advise to go for blood test every 6 months. Is this necessary, since there is no medication to reduce the urea count what the point of testing to confirm a situation again and again?1 AnswerDogs1 decade ago
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A new born aedes mosquitoe has no dengue fever virus in its body.
How did the virus get inside before the mosquiteo bite a person and pass the virus on.
Human are not natural host since we all get sick with the dengue fever virus inside us.6 AnswersInfectious Diseases1 decade ago
How did dengue virus get into a newborn mosquito? Biting a dengue infected person is NOT the answer.?
The campaign to reduce dengue fever so far has been focused on killing the mosquito. Thing is there are more mosquitoes than people. If dengue infected people are isolated than mosquitoes has no chance to carrry the virus to the next person. Which leaves the question where else can the virus come from?2 AnswersOther - Diseases1 decade ago