The Importance of Microchipping and the ISO StandardVeterinarians should emphasize to clients that a microchip is one of the best ways to ensure that a lost pet will be returned to its owner.
Emergency Medicine/Critical Care
Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome and Sepsis, Part 2: Stabilization and TreatmentThese patients require immediate treatment to optimize their chance of survival from this challenging syndrome.
Parasitology Expertise From the NCVP: Feline Tick-Borne DiseasesCats can contract tick-borne diseases such as cytauxzoonosis and Lyme disease. Learn about the most common ticks and tick-borne diseases that affect cats.
Who Are the Leaders in Your Practice? Growing a Healthy Practice Through LeadershipYour clinic’s leadership is critical: These individuals use their talents to achieve goals, elevate morale, and inspire others.
Answers to What, Where, Why, and When? Corneal Opacities in Dogs and CatsDisorders of the cornea are common in veterinary practice. Here’s what to look for and how to maximize the chance for saving a patient’s vision.
Today’s Veterinary NewsAAHA and the AAFP release new pain management guidelines for cats and dogs, the first immunotherapy to delay the recurrence of fibrosarcomas in cats, and more good news from the veterinary community.
In Memoriam: Neill P. Overman, Leading Catalyst for the NAVCMr. Overman was the NAVC’s Emeritus Past Director of Exhibits, founder of Veterinary Learning Systems, and a leader for the Eastern States Veterinary Association, Inc, parent company of the NAVC.
Small Animal Abdominal Ultrasonography, Part 2: Physical Principles of Artifacts and False AssumptionsThe veterinary sonographer must recognize the artifacts, know their causes, and correctly interpret the image without misdiagnosing changes as being abnormal.
The Importance of Dental RadiographyDental radiographs are a critical piece of information for the veterinarian for both diagnosing and treating oral disease.
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