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Animals for medical research

Brij M. Mitruka

Animals for medical research

models for the study of human disease

by Brij M. Mitruka

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Published by Wiley in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Diseases -- Animal models.,
  • Laboratory animals.,
  • Pathology, Experimental.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and index.

    StatementBrij Mitruka, Howard M. Rawnsley, Dharam V. Vadehra.
    SeriesA Wiley biomedical publication
    ContributionsRawnsley, Howard M., joint author., Vadehra, Dharam V., 1938- joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRB125 .M57
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 591 p. :
    Number of Pages591
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4879472M
    ISBN 100471611794
    LC Control Number76007522

    Laboratory Animals: Regulations and Recommendations for the Care and Use of Animals in Research, Second Edition, is the only publication to offer a global compilation of standards on the care, welfare and use of animals in research. The book provides updated information that will be of great interest to professionals across laboratory animal. Animal experiments are essential to basic biological and medical research – cre- ating a classic dilemma as the acquisition of knowledge for the good of man- kind places a burden on animals The protection of animals is high on the.

    Human beings use animals for a wide variety of purposes, including research. The approximately million people in the United States keep about million dogs and cats as pets. More than 5 billion animals are killed in the United States each year as a source of food. Animals are used for. The use of animals in medical research is a contentious issue, dividing opinion on moral and ethical grounds. It is the patient voice that needs to be at the heart of this debate as it is the patient community which benefits from the outcome of this method of research.

    Animals are the only resources for scientist to do medical research, because animals’ body system just like human beings in some ways. First of all, we cannot use alive or dead people for medical research. It is totally immoral and unacceptable. It is ridiculous to do some research on an individual. Moreover, animals have basically the same. Animals for medical research. New York: Wiley, © (OCoLC) Online version: Mitruka, Brij M. Animals for medical research. New York: Wiley, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Brij M Mitruka; Howard M Rawnsley; Dharam V Vadehra.


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ABSTRACT This paper examines the difference between utilitarian and Kantian accounts of what it means to have moral standing and why non-human animals have it. It then considers the implications of these views for the question whether we have the right to do medical research on animals, especially research that is painful, invasive, or fatal.

Common Parasites of Laboratory Rodents and Lagomorphs (Medical Research Council. Laboratory Animals Centre. Handbook, no. 1) by Laboratory Animals Centre and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   Drs. Greek and Greek release another fine book that will help turn the tide away from the ineffectual and barbaric pratice of animal research.

They discuss how cutting-edge science, be it computer models, nanotechnology, or in vitro research, trumps using beings that only superficially resemble humans/5(6). In the first chapter, historians Kiple and Ornelas provide a comprehensive history of medical research dating back to Aristotle's observations of motion in animals; one of the earliest studies of animal physiology.

They provide detailed examples of animal research, e.g., discovery of cures for vitamin deficiency diseases by nutritionists/5(6). Animal experimentation has made a crucial contribution to many of the most important advances in modern medicine.

The development of vaccines for deadly viruses like rabies and yellow fever depended upon animal research, and much of our basic knowledge about human health and physiology was discovered through the use of animals as well.

Inspite of these gains, animal rights activists have 1/5(1). Introduction Throughout history, animals (refers to ‘non-human animals', excluding human) are widely used in different fields. However, the issue of using animals in medical research notably attract public attention because, to many people, it appears unnatural and cruel, even though the number of animals used for other purposes and the ill-effects exposed (eg.

blood sport) may often be. Many people have questions about animal testing ethics and the animal testing debate. We take our responsibility for the ethical treatment of animals in medical research very seriously.

At Stanford, we emphasize that the humane care of laboratory animals is essential, both ethically and scientifically. Poor animal care is not good science. Animals such as chimpanzees, mice, and guinea pigs, have been used in medical research for centuries, and they have taught us much about anatomy and physiology.

But in recent decades, we’ve. Using animals in research and to test the safety of products has been a topic of heated debate for decades.

According to data collected by F. Barbara Orlans for her book, In the Name of Science: Issues in Responsible Animal Experimentation, sixty percent of all animals used in testing are used in biomedical research and product-safety testing (62).).

People have different feelings for animals. “it is a federal system of sadistic torture, vivisection, and animal genocide, which has been carried on for decades under the fraudulent guise of respectable medical research.

And nobody on the outside knows, or wants to know, or is willing to find out. Animals used for research include (in decreasing order of frequency): mice, rats, birds, rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, farm animals (including pigs and sheep), dogs, primates (including monkeys and chimpanzees) and cats.

Frogs and fish are also widely used. Animal Testing Is Cruel and Does Not Benefit Medical 28 Research Ingrid Newkirk 6. Animal Testing Is Becoming More Humane 34 Erik Stokstad 7. The Animal Rights Movement Threatens Medical Progress 40 Frederick K.

Goodwin 8. Using Animals as Organ Donors May Save Human Lives 45 Daniel Q. Haney 9. Using Animals as Organ Donors Endangers Human. An estimated 26 million animals are used every year in the United States for scientific and commercial testing.

Animals are used to develop medical treatments, determine the toxicity of medications, check the safety of products destined for human use, and other biomedical, commercial, and health care ch on living animals has been practiced since at least BC.

An estimated 26 million animals are used for research, testing, and education in the United States each year. More t of them are nonhuman primates. New initiatives in the United States and abroad are seeking to replace animals with alternative models for ethical and scientific reasons.

The Hastings Center has organized this educational resource. Questions about animal research can be difficult to answer. This report is meant to help you decide how YOU will answer these questions.

It details how animal models fit into the larger scheme of biomedical research, some of the advances in biomedical research that have been gained because of animals, and the regulations that protect animals and manage their use. Heart disease is Michigan’s biggest killer and has been for years.

As a public institution, Wayne State has a responsibility to the people of Michigan, but the scientific futility of the university’s heart failure and hypertension experiments and the cruelty involved erode the public’s trust.

The Medical Research Council (MRC) The MRC considers the use of animals to be essential in biomedical research in order to better understand the living body and what goes wrong in disease, and to develop safe and effective ways of preventing or treating those diseases. In accordance with the law, research using animals is only undertaken when there is no alternative research.

Animal testing, also known as animal experimentation, animal research and in vivo testing, is the use of non-human animals in experiments that seek to control the variables that affect the behavior or biological system under approach can be contrasted with field studies in which animals are observed in their natural environments or habitats.

research involving animals in the light of these developments, the implications for regulation, and the provision of information and education. As Chair of the Working Group, I would like to record my thanks to all members, who have. Animals should be used in medical research because it is still the best way of finding out what causes disease, and of knowing whether new treatments will be safe and study of animals is a vital part of the research process because it helped scientists to understand how different organs in.

Modern medical research, including research using animals, is necessary to understanding disease and creating medicines to improve human and animal lives and reduce suffering. Every known medical breakthrough known has a basis in animal research and all of the top 25 most prescribed drugs were developed with the assistance of animal models.

Medical Research Using Animals Often Fails To Produce Drugs That Work In Peopl: Shots - Health News Most potential new drugs don't work when tested in people. It's a major disappointment and it.

When animals are used for testing, we inflict sever pain on them. This brings a question of should animals be used for research? Using the animals for research is a common practice.

They have a live body whose functions and physiology are similar to humans. Further, they can trained, induced or genetically modified to mimic most of the human disorders and conditions.