Veterinary science is concerned with animal health and welfare. It covers everything from preventative care to psychiatric evaluation to intricate surgical procedures, much like a medical degree. Veterinary science is the branch of science that studies animal immunity. It also keeps an eye on the prevention of disease outbreaks. Veterinary science contributes to human health through monitoring and controlling zoonotic disease (infectious disease spread from nonhuman animals to people), ensuring food safety, and conducting medical research.
Veterinary medicine is the discipline of medicine that deals with animal disease, disorder, and injury prevention, control, diagnosis, and treatment. Apart from that, it deals with animal husbandry, breeding, nutrition research, and product creation. Veterinary medicine covers a large range of animal species, both domesticated and wild, as well as a wide range of diseases that can affect them. Veterinary medicine is frequently practised, both under professional supervision and without it. Professional care is usually provided by a veterinarian, although it can also be provided by Para veterinary workers like veterinary nurses or technicians. Other paraprofessionals with specific expertise, such as animal physiotherapy or dentistry, and species-specific jobs, such as farriers, can complement this.
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