Veterinary science and food safety differ greatly from clinical medicine in many important areas including the unit of concern, i.e. individual versus groups, prevention of outcomes rather than treatment of disease, the influence of publication bias and the availability of challenge models to assess outcomes. Therefore, translation of EBM concepts to veterinary science and food safety will require careful consideration of what is applicable and when are changes needed for these unique fields.Bergeya#39;s manual of determinative bacteriology. R. E. Buchanan and N. E. Gibbons, eds. Williams and Wilkins Co., Baltimore, MD. Curtiss, R., III, K. Nakayama, and S. M. Kelly, 1989: Recombinant avirulent Salmonella vaccine strains withanbsp;...
|Title||:||Application of Evidence-based Medicine to Veterinary Science and Food Safety|
|Author||:||Thomas Nishantha Denagamage|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|