Emergency Medicine/Critical CareNew trends in fluid therapy in human and veterinary critical care medicine are informing clinical guidelines for fluid administration when supporting critically ill animals.
OphthalmologyThe goals of managing this ocular disease in your patients are controlling inflammation, reducing pain, preserving vision, and resolving the underlying condition if identified.
AnesthesiologyFor canine and feline patients, multimodal pain management techniques might lessen the amount of general anesthesia that is needed for the dental procedure.
Pain ManagementThe scientific mechanisms of gabapentin and amantadine support their use as part of analgesic protocols for chronic pain relief in dogs and cats. Each can effectively treat chronic pain, but how do you know when to choose one drug over the other?
Urology & Renal Medicine
Providing an environment that is compatible with cats’ behavioral needs often seems to mitigate the effects of at least some manifestations of Pandora syndrome in addition to promoting their general health and welfare.
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Cardiovascular and renal disease are commonly diagnosed in cats and dogs; incidence increases with patient age.