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Q&A: Dr. Jennifer Ogeer Discusses Antech’s SARS-CoV-2 Surveillance Program

Antech Diagnostics discovered the first two pets in the US to test positive for SARS-CoV-2 as part of its surveillance program. We spoke with Dr. Jennifer Ogeer about the testing program.

The first two pets to test positive for the coronavirus in the US were discovered by Antech Diagnostics’ surveillance program. We discuss with an expert from Antech.

TCVM for Treating Autoimmune Skin Diseases

While traditional Chinese veterinary medicine has shown promising anecdotal evidence in alleviating inflammatory skin diseases, more clinical trials are needed to recommend it past an adjunct therapy.

With proper training, traditional Chinese veterinary medicine modalities (specifically acupuncture and Chinese herbal therapy) can be easily implemented in clinical settings to empower Western practice for better patient-centered care.

Definitive Treatment of Limb Fractures With Splints or Casts

Coaptation is an essential tool veterinarians must have for limb fracture treatment, and the keys to successful use include case selection, fracture reduction and cast application, and post-application care and monitoring.

Veterinarians must preserve their knowledge and skills in the “art” of utilizing splints and casts for limb fracture treatment. Learn the keys to successful use of coaptation as a definitive fracture treatment.

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Lyme Disease in Dogs: Signs and Prevention

Effective measures for preventing Lyme disease in dogs include proper use of tick control products and risk-based use of Lyme vaccines.

Lyme disease in dogs is a significant medical concern. Effective measures for preventing Lyme disease in dogs include proper use of tick control products and risk-based use of Lyme vaccines.

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How to Set Fees For Veterinary Virtual Care

Incorporating telehealth tools into veterinary practices seems like a no-brainer in this current environment, but for clinics and hospitals that didn't employ them before COVID-19 — or didn't charge for those types of services — pricing them raises a lot of questions.

Incorporating telehealth tools into veterinary practices seems like a no-brainer in this current environment, but for clinics and hospitals that didn’t employ them before COVID-19 — or didn’t charge for those types of services — pricing them raises a lot of questions.

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