Personal/Professional DevelopmentThe NAVC celebrates its 40th anniversary in style, with an 80s theme and throwback pricing to the NAVC's first veterinary conference, for a limited time only.
Personal WellbeingA recent study shows that cultural barriers in the profession may prevent veterinary students from accessing mental health resources.
ParasitologyMicrofilaria testing can be used, along with antigen testing, to confirm a positive antigen test result or help detect a false-negative result.
Integrative MedicineWith cannabis products becoming more accessible, veterinary professionals must understand their applications and safety to address client questions.
PharmacologyAlbuterol is most commonly administered as an inhaled medication using a metered-dose inhaler with a spacer device or a nebulizer.
AnesthesiologyBrachycephalic obstructive airway syndrome increases the likelihood of anesthesia complications, making appropriate management of these patients critical for anesthetic safety.
Internal MedicineWhile new biomarkers may help in the detection of kidney disease, it is unlikely that a single biomarker will be able to provide a global picture of kidney function or injury in an individual animal.
Emergency Medicine/Critical CareThis case report describes a snake bite that resulted in severe envenomation and extensive treatment, with discussion around the available antivenom products, specific care, and possible adverse reactions to treatment.
DentistryUnderstanding the clinical signs, along with the diagnosis and treatment process, of fractured teeth allows practitioners to prevent future emergencies and unnecessary pain for their patients.
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