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    • Foetal mortality in dogs and cats not related to spontaneous abortions 

      Max, Andrzej; Jurka, Piotr; Bartyzel, Bartłomiej J.; Grzegrzółka, Beata (Wydawnictwo Uczelniane Zachodniopomorskiego Uniwersytetu Technologicznego w Szczecinie, 2015)
      Embryonic mortality is associated with full resorption of tissues and fluids from the uterine cavity. Foetal mortality usually results in complete or partial abortion. Sometimes, however, dead fetuses and foetal membranes ...
    • Selected issues of euthanasia of animals Part II. The ethics in facing death 

      Mikuła, Małgorzata; Kulawik, Mirosława; Szlufik, Krzysztof; Rzepiński, Filip; Bartyzel, Bartłomiej J.; Nowicki, Marek; Paśko, Sławomir; Murawska, Daria; Koczoń, Piotr; Gruszczyńska, Joanna; Przysiecki, Piotr; Niemiec, Tomasz (Wydawnictwo Uczelniane Zachodniopomorskiego Uniwersytetu Technologicznego w Szczecinie, 2015)
      Animal euthanasia causes religious and ethical difficulties among veterinary doctors. The approach to the issue of animal losing life often influences the relationships between the owner and the doctor. This problem is ...
    • Selected issues of euthanasia of animals: Part I – eliminating the suffering 

      Mikuła, Małgorzata; Kulawik, Mirosława; Szlufik, Krzysztof; Rzepiński, Filip; Bartyzel, Bartłomiej J.; Nowicki, Marek; Paśko, Sławomir; Murawska, Daria; Koczoń, Piotr; Gruszczyńska, Joanna; Przysiecki, Piotr; Niemiec, Tomasz (Wydawnictwo Uczelniane Zachodniopomorskiego Uniwersytetu Technologicznego w Szczecinie, 2015)
      Francis Bacon’s renaissance idea of alleviating the suffering of patients contributed to the creation of the concept of euthanasia and its evolution over the ages with the following change of moral and ethical attitudes ...