Perioperative IntelligenceDr. Platt shares a few new resources available to veterinary professionals, including this issue's CE article on anesthesia complications and monitoring, the VMX 2024 Proceedings, and his own neurology-focused website.
NAVC Institute 2024: It’s IN the DetailsIN-depth, INclusive, INtimate, INspiring
An Update on the Legal Considerations of the Use of Cannabis in Veterinary MedicineThough the regulatory landscape is complex, veterinarians should feel safe discussing hemp-derived CBD with clients.
Nutritional Management of Patients with NeoplasiaA complete and balanced diet, such as the newly available commercial diet Hill’s Prescription Diet ONC Care, can work in conjunction with medical/surgical therapy to lead to improved clinical outcomes and wellbeing in cancer patients.
Treatment Options for Canine PancreatitisPanoquell-CA1 is a conditionally approved drug that assists in the management of clinical signs associated with the onset of pancreatitis in dogs.
Top Tips for Managing Home and Kennel Infestations With Brown Dog TicksBrown dog ticks are unusual among common tick species in their strong host preference for dogs and propensity to establish indoor infestations that can be difficult to eliminate.
How to Identify, Prevent, and Treat or Correct Anesthetic ComplicationsChanges in the central nervous system, respiratory system, and cardiovascular system are the most immediately life threatening.
Biopsy of Skin and Subcutaneous Tumors: How to Maximize SuccessThis article reviews biopsy of cutaneous and subcutaneous masses with emphasis on planning, indications, techniques, instrumentation, and potential complications.
From the Cat’s Point of View: Creating a Cat Friendly Veterinary EnvironmentCreating a Cat Friendly environment does not require expensive renovations but rather thoughtful, creative ways to adapt to cats’ needs in ways that give them a sense of control and safety.
Marijuana Intoxication in Cats and DogsWith marijuana use becoming increasingly legalized and normalized, general practitioners are seeing more intoxication cases than ever before.
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