The discipline of medicine that deals with the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of illness, disorder, and damage in animals is known as veterinary medicine. Veterinary medicine covers all animal species, both domesticated and wild, including a vast spectrum of disorders that can affect different species. Veterinary medicine is widely practiced, both professionally and unprofessionally.
Professional care is often provided by a veterinary physician (sometimes known as a vet, veterinary surgeon, or veterinarian), however paraveterinary personnel such as veterinary nurses or technicians may also be present. Other paraprofessionals with specialized specialties such as animal physiotherapy or dentistry, as well as species-specific responsibilities such as farriers, can supplement this. Veterinary science benefits human health through monitoring and controlling zoonotic illness (infectious disease transferred from non-human animals to people), ensuring food safety, and indirectly by applying fundamental medical knowledge to human uses.
They also contribute to food supply by monitoring and treating livestock health, as well as mental health by keeping pets healthy and enjoying a long life. Depending on the sort of study, veterinary scientists frequently interact with epidemiologists and other health or natural scientists. Ethically, veterinarians are required to care for the wellbeing of animals.
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