2. Veterinary Medicine
Veterinary medicine is a discipline that studies the prevention and treatment of diseases of livestock. Health care and disease prevention and control of domestic animals, accompanying animals (such as dogs, cats, etc.), economic wild animals, experiment animals, ornamental animals, economic insects (such as bees, silkworm, etc.) and fish belong to the scope of veterinary medicine.
With the development of medical health, the category of veterinary medicine has been expanded to the fields involving zoonosis, public health, environmental protection, human disease model, experiment animal, food production, pharmaceutical industry and other fields, and has formed many new interdisciplines, played more and more important role in agricultural production and the biology and human medicine development.
3. Subject System
Veterinary medicine and basic theory of medicine are interlinked; both of them can learn from each other and develop together. Basic theory and applied discipline of veterinary medicine include anatomy of domestic animals and livestock histology and embryology, domestic animal physiology, domestic animal pathology, veterinary pharmacology, veterinary microbiology and infectious disease of livestock, livestock parasite science and parasitic diseases science, livestock internal medicine, veterinary surgery, obstetrics in domestic animals, etc.
Chinese traditional veterinary medicine has a unique system, its basic theory and traditional Chinese medicine can be traced to the same origin, it is the experience summary of Chinese generations fighting with livestock diseases.
Since the 20th century, especially after the Second World War, the rapid development of veterinary science, new disciplines of veterinary medicine have been established, including small animal veterinary science, poultry science, veterinary epidemiology, animal nutrition and metabolism of disease research, anesthesiology, experimental surgery and microsurgery, veterinary toxicology science and poisoning of livestock and veterinary mycology, veterinary virology and veterinary immunology, zoonotic diseases, animal health, veterinary public health, prevention veterinary medicine and wildlife disease.
4 subject content
Task of modern veterinary medicine is not only to guarantee the development of animal husbandry, but also to reduce the harm of zoonotic diseases, to improve the health quality of animal foods (meat, eggs, milk and aquatic products, etc.) and improve the environment health, serving for human health directly.
Veterinary clinical diagnosis and treatment mostly takes valuable individual livestock or breeding stock and some accompanying animals and ornamental animals as the main objects, general livestock focuses on group control.
5. Disease Diagnosis and Treatment
Quarantine of import and export
Veterinary Public Health
Medical simulation test
Veterinarians and veterinary education