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 ===== Periodic Health Reports ===== ===== Periodic Health Reports =====
 +  * {{:health:health_reports:2021_04_animal_health_report_.pdf|April 2021}}
 +  * {{:health:health_reports:2021_01_animal_health_report.pdf|January 2021}}
 +  * {{:health:health_reports:2020_10_animal_health_report.pdf|October 2020}}
 +  * {{:health:health_reports:2020_07_animal_health_report.pdf|July 2020}}
 +  * {{:health:health_reports:2020_04_animal_health_report.pdf|April 2020}}
   * {{:health:health_reports:2020_01_animal_health_report_.pdf|January 2020}}   * {{:health:health_reports:2020_01_animal_health_report_.pdf|January 2020}}
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 +++++ Older reports |
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   * {{:health:health_reports:2019_10_animal_health_report.pdf|October 2019}}   * {{:health:health_reports:2019_10_animal_health_report.pdf|October 2019}}
   * {{:health:health_reports:2019_07_animal_health_report.pdf|July 2019}}   * {{:health:health_reports:2019_07_animal_health_report.pdf|July 2019}}
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   * {{:health:health_reports:2015-10_animal_health_report.pdf|October 2015}}   * {{:health:health_reports:2015-10_animal_health_report.pdf|October 2015}}
   * {{:health:health_reports:sentinel_update.xls|2006-2015 sentinal report archive}}   * {{:health:health_reports:sentinel_update.xls|2006-2015 sentinal report archive}}
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-===== ZIRC :Quarantine Recommendations =====+===== ZIRC Quarantine Recommendations =====
 Bringing new fish or embryos into a facility can also bring in new pathogens. The use of strict quarantine practices (i.e., introducing only surface sanitized embryos) can eliminate a large number of potential pathogens from entering a facility and is strongly recommended for all laboratory zebrafish colonies regardless of the source. When adult fish are acquired, they should be held in quarantine until they can successfully breed and all embryos introduced into the main facility or system should be bleached. The ideal quarantine area is a room on a flow-through water system that is both spatially and procedurally separated from the main fish facility. Small facilities often utilize individual aquaria or small recirculating systems in a designated quarantine area. Fish should be observed and acclimated in quarantine for a minimum of two weeks before breeding. If fish show clinical disease within this period, they should be treated or euthanized, depending on the value of the particular fish. Quarantined fish are bred, and only bleached embryos leave the quarantine area. Once the line has been established in the main facility, the fish in quarantine are culled. Fish should be disposed of in a manner that will not contaminate the main facility. Bringing new fish or embryos into a facility can also bring in new pathogens. The use of strict quarantine practices (i.e., introducing only surface sanitized embryos) can eliminate a large number of potential pathogens from entering a facility and is strongly recommended for all laboratory zebrafish colonies regardless of the source. When adult fish are acquired, they should be held in quarantine until they can successfully breed and all embryos introduced into the main facility or system should be bleached. The ideal quarantine area is a room on a flow-through water system that is both spatially and procedurally separated from the main fish facility. Small facilities often utilize individual aquaria or small recirculating systems in a designated quarantine area. Fish should be observed and acclimated in quarantine for a minimum of two weeks before breeding. If fish show clinical disease within this period, they should be treated or euthanized, depending on the value of the particular fish. Quarantined fish are bred, and only bleached embryos leave the quarantine area. Once the line has been established in the main facility, the fish in quarantine are culled. Fish should be disposed of in a manner that will not contaminate the main facility.
  
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