Table of Contents: May/June 2020
Ross Palmer, DVM, MS, DACVS Clara S. S. Goh, BVSc, MS, DACVS-SA, ACVS Founding Fellow—Surgical Oncology Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences
Despite dramatic technologic advances, veterinarians must preserve their knowledge and skills in the “art” of utilizing splints and casts for fractures. Learn the keys to successful use of coaptation as a definitive fracture treatment.
Marc Seitz, DVM, DABVP (Canine and Feline Practice) Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine
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Ronald B. Koh, DVM, MS, CVA, CVCH, CVFT, CCRP, CVMMP Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine
With proper training, traditional Chinese veterinary medicine modalities (specifically acupuncture and Chinese herbal therapy) can be easily implemented in clinical settings to empower Western practice for better patient-centered care.
Andrew Linklater, DVM, DACVECC Lakeshore Veterinary Specialists, Milwaukee, Wis.
Jessica M. Quimby, DVM, PhD, DACVIM (SAIM) Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine
Kathryn E. Reif, MSPH, PhD Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine
The expanding geographic distribution of ticks makes Lyme disease a growing and significant medical concern for canine and human health. But proper use of tick control products and risk-based use of Lyme vaccines have proven to be effective preventive measures.
Donna Raditic, DVM, CVA, DACVN Laura Gaylord, DVM, DACVN Veterinary Nutritional Consultations, Inc., Hollister, N.C.
JoAnn Morrison, DVM, MS, DACVIM Banfield Pet Hospital, Vancouver, Wash.
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