Personal/Professional DevelopmentThe NAVC Institute returns May 21-27 in Orlando, Florida, with new courses for veterinarians and veterinary nurses/technicians.
Diversity, Equity, and InclusionThe cost of veterinary care is rising while income is not. There are still strategies that you can employ to help clients overcome financial barriers to accessing veterinary care.
NutritionWhen addressing hyperlipidemia in patients, taking a diet history is useful as some adjustments could benefit the patient as part of a management plan.
BehaviorImepitoin is an anticonvulsant medication, as well as being used for canine fear and anxiety applications.
Infectious DiseaseWhile research indicates that tick-borne diseases are getting worse for people and pets, preventive tools and prevalence mapping can help limit exposure.
OrthopedicsThere are several clinical and diagnostic features to consider when selecting a surgical option for canine hip dysplasia.
Respiratory MedicineTracheal collapse is most common in small dogs; the medical treatment approach includes use of cough suppressants, anti-inflammatories, and antibiotics.
CardiologyA multimodal, targeted approach to medication choices successfully addressed recurrent CHF and associated electrolyte derangements in this dog with right-sided CHF secondary to DCM.
DentistryCBCT offers many benefits as a diagnostic option but is most effective when combined with intraoral dental radiographs and a clinical examination.
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