Douglas R. Mader, MS, DVM, DABVP
To date there have been very few pharmacokinetic studies published in reptiles, and with only only limited numbers of antibiotics.
There is no question that the most common health problems associated with captive reptiles are diet related.
"Bad laboratory data are worse than no laboratory data at all."
It has been well established that the majority of bacterial pathogens affecting reptile patients are of the gram negative type.
Reptiles take a very long time to get sick. Likewise, amphibians tend to hide disease for prolonged periods.
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