Smart MedicineScientists at Mars Petcare have been working on developing predictive diagnostic tools using its vast repository of anonymized pet medical records and machine learning. RenalTech is the first.
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Hookworms in DogsEmphasizing prevention information to clients in a concise, bullet-point format will help them understand and adhere to the recommendations.
Emergency Medicine/Critical Care
First Aid/Temporary Immobilization of Limb Fractures With Bandages and SplintsIn cases of traumatic fracture or luxation, temporary limb immobilization improves patient comfort, controls regional soft tissue swelling, and provides a protective covering for open wounds.
Treating and Managing Diabetes Mellitus in DogsWith client commitment and appropriate veterinary care, dogs with DM—even those with other complicating diseases—can live a full and healthy life.
Laser Therapy for Treatment of Joint Disease in Dogs and CatsPBMT is a valuable modality that can be used to treat a variety of joint conditions in dogs and cats.
Oclacitinib: Treating Pruritus and BeyondOclacitinib, a Janus kinase inhibitor, has become an important drug in the management of allergic pruritus.
How to Support Professional Development Among Your TeamBy committing to professional development for all team members, veterinary clinics can improve employee engagement, perceptions of practice culture, and the level of service offered to clients.
Osteoarthritis: When Age Is Not to BlameWe need to focus on client education to better understand OA and its tie to excess weight, debunk common myths about OA and obesity, and learn how to recognize signs of OA-specific pain.
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