ToxicologyA small investment in some stock and knowing where to obtain other medications quickly will give most veterinarians the ability to be prepared to deal with most toxicologic emergencies.
ToxicologyClinicians must take a conservative approach when deciding at what dosage to begin decontamination efforts and how aggressively to decontaminate.
ToxicologyA case-based approach to treating a dog that has consumed fireworks.
ToxicologyFor small animal practitioners, most fertilizer ingestions can be managed easily. Counsel clients on the safe use of lawn and garden products. Just as easy as N-P-K.
ToxicologyLearn more about ASPCA programs that help animal welfare professionals save more lives.
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Tina Wismer, DVM, Diplomate ABVT & ABT In honor of Poison Prevention Week, Dr.
Emergency Medicine/Critical Care
While anticoagulant rodenticide poisoning is dangerous to the patient and frightening for the owner, there are many positives when managing exposure to this pest control chemical.