The Flea-Infested Pet: How to Manage the Pet and Its EnvironmentDespite the wide variety of flea control choices available, a few quick questions about each patient can help narrow down the available options that are best for your client’s pet.
What Does a Rise in Antimicrobial Resistance Mean?The short- and long-term implications of antimicrobial resistance in support of judicious use of antimicrobial drugs is a crucial behavior change for veterinarians to take to proactively address this issue.
Paying for Moments of Certainty?One of the reasons that stifles the growth of pet health insurance in the U.S. is a fear among veterinarians that widespread use will result in a managed-care system. Are we really on that path?
Veterinary Telehealth: What Is It, Where Are We, and What’s Next?Veterinary telehealth and telemedicine services are becoming more popular and prevalent—what does it mean for your veterinary practice?
Today’s Veterinary NewsThe Year of the Small Dog and more good news from our veterinary community.
Dermatology Diagnostics: Cutaneous BiopsyAn accurate diagnosis requires appropriate timing of the biopsy, careful biopsy technique, and correlation of the results with the clinical picture.
Emergency Medicine/Critical Care
Anaphylactic Shock: How to Effectively Diagnose and TreatRapid patient history and assessment are key in diagnosing and treating anaphylaxis.
Ultrasonography of Peritoneal and Retroperitoneal Spaces and Abdominal Lymph NodesA review of the normal ultrasonographic appearance of these structures in dogs and cats as well as commonly encountered abnormalities.
Veterinary Oncology: What to Do With Lumps and Bumps on Dogs and CatsVeterinary professionals must be proactive to advocate for early cancer detection. If tumors are detected and removed earlier, the prognosis is often good and the patient may not require additional therapy.
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