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Therapeutic Updates in Veterinary Toxicology

Justine A. Lee, DVM, Diplomate ACVECC & ABT Dr. Lee presents recent updates to therapeutic approaches for treating poisoned pets, including use of correct emetic agents, indications for gastric lavage, monitoring for hypernatremia, and the role of intravenous lipid emulsion. A number of new or improved therapeutic approaches are being applied in the field of …

Joining Forces Against the Controlled Substances Act: An Interview With Ashley Morgan

The American Veterinary Medical Association has an important tab on their website—the Advocacy tab, which leads visitors to the Congressional Action Network. This key tool: Tracks legislation affecting the veterinary profession Provides summaries of key bills Shares how legislators are voting Advises veterinary professionals on how to make a difference Currently, the most critical legislative …

Top Ten: Toxicoses in Dogs & Cats

Tina Wismer, DVM, Diplomate ABVT & ABT In honor of Poison Prevention Week, Dr. Wismer of the ASPCA’s Poison Control Center reviews information gathered from over 180,000 cases to name the “top ten” types of poisonings in 2012. March 17 through 23, 2013, is designated as Poison Prevention Week by the Poison Prevention Week Council …

Collection of Commentaries on Veterinary, Medical, & Related Literature

  CARDIOLOGY Comparison of Auscultatory and Echocardiographic Findings in Healthy Adult Cats Wagner T, Luis-Fuentes V, Payne JR, et al. Journal of Veterinary Cardiology 2010; 12:171-182. This study examined the prevalence of heart murmurs and echocardiographic evidence of heart disease in a population of 199 healthy cats. A heart murmur was detected in a relatively … Protection Status