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May/June 2020

Table of Contents: May/June 2020

Want to view the full digital issue? Click here. Features CONTINUING EDUCATION Definitive Treatment of Limb Fractures With Splints or Casts 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 …

Balancing Act

In a largely female profession, veterinary medicine often sees a struggle between the work-life balance of working mothers. Personal and professional forces can help alleviate that struggle.

In a largely female profession, veterinary medicine often sees a struggle between the work-life balance of working mothers. Personal and professional forces can help alleviate that struggle.

Continuous Glucose Monitoring in Veterinary Patients

CGMs for companion animals with diabetes have become more commonplace in veterinary medicine as the advancement and affordability have progressed past more traditional methods.

Continuous glucose monitors for companion animals with diabetes have become more commonplace in veterinary medicine as the advancement and affordability have progressed past more traditional methods.

Maropitant Use in Cats

Maropitant can be an effective antiemetic in felines and is also useful as an adjunct to therapy for visceral pain.

Maropitant can be an effective antiemetic in felines and is also useful as an adjunct to therapy for visceral pain.

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Role of the Veterinary Pathologist in Veterinary Forensic Investigations

Veterinary pathologists must be scientific and objective in gathering forensic evidence since it could potentially be used in future court proceedings.

Veterinary pathologists must be scientific and objective in gathering forensic evidence since it could potentially be used in future court proceedings.

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Diagnosing Canine Abdominal Organ Torsions: Twisted in Every Way

Organ torsions may be relatively uncommmon but knowing how to properly diagnose them via imaging is imperative to saving a dog's life.

Organ torsions may be relatively uncommmon but knowing how to properly diagnose them via imaging is imperative to saving a dog’s life.

Measuring Patient Outcomes

Developing a patient outcome improvement program that focuses on both treatments within a hospital and results of care outside the hospital provides a more holistic view of the entirety of patient outcomes.

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New Hope For Dogs With Cancer

From developing immunotherapeutic treatments for canine osteosarcoma to anticancer drugs, researchers at veterinary colleges are taking innovative approaches to treating cancer in pets

Much ground is being covered in the way of oncology research in veterinary medicine, largely in immunotherapy. This article covers research being done by some of the top veterinary colleges in the country.

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