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Managing Chronic Feline Pain

Combining a variety of treatment modalities optimizes pain management and patient comfort.

Spring 2018 | Volume 1, Issue 2


Fluid Calculations:
Keeping a Balance

IV fluid therapy is a skill veterinary technicians utilize daily.

Spring 2018 | Volume 1, Issue 2

Hypothermia

Dangers of Hypothermia: Avoiding the Cold

This article describes hypothermia dangers, causes, and risk factors; how to prevent or detect hypothermia; and how to treat it should it occur.

Winter 2018 | Volume 1, Issue 1

This article provides an overview of canine high-grade multicentric lymphoma and its classification, diagnosis, and treatment.

Canine Multicentric Lymphoma: An Overview

This article provides an overview of canine high-grade multicentric lymphoma and its classification, diagnosis, and treatment.

September/October 2017 | Volume 2, Issue 5

With adequate preparation and understanding of the unique physiologic and anatomic differences involved, anesthetists can provide excellent care for pediatric patients. This article highlights these aspects of anesthesia in pediatric patients.

Anesthesia for Pediatric Patients

With adequate preparation and understanding of the unique physiologic and anatomic differences involved, anesthetists can provide excellent care for pediatric patients. This article highlights these aspects of anesthesia in pediatric patients.

September/October 2017 | Volume 2, Issue 5

Rabbit Dentistry

Rabbit Dentistry

This article provides an overview of rabbit dentistry. Topics discussed include anatomy and physiology of the oral cavity; causes, clinical signs, and treatment of dental disease; diagnostic modalities; and prevention of dental disease.

July/August 2017 | Volume 2, Issue 4


Intervertebral Disc Herniation

Intervertebral disc herniation is the most common spinal disease in dogs. This article discusses the pathophysiology, signs, diagnosis, and treatment of this condition, as well as nursing care and rehabilitation.

July/August 2017 | Volume 2, Issue 4

Less than 6% of dogs and cats that experience cardiopulmonary arrest survive to discharge. The veterinary team needs to be well trained in cardiopulmonary resuscitation and be ready to deliver it. Key aspects include preparedness and prevention, basic and advanced life support, monitoring, and postarrest care.

Critical Components to Successful CPR: The RECOVER Guidelines, Preparedness, and Team

Less than 6% of dogs and cats that experience cardiopulmonary arrest survive to discharge. The veterinary team needs to be well trained in cardiopulmonary resuscitation and be ready to deliver it. Key aspects include preparedness and prevention, basic and advanced life support, monitoring, and postarrest care.

May/June 2017 | Volume 2, Issue 3

Doxorubicin is one of the most dangerous chemotherapeutics used in veterinary oncology. However, it is also one of the most common and efficacious treatments for several types of canine and feline cancer. This article provides an overview of doxorubicin’s uses and precautions to take when administering it.

Doxorubicin: An Overview

Doxorubicin is one of the most dangerous chemotherapeutics used in veterinary oncology. However, it is also one of the most common and efficacious treatments for several types of canine and feline cancer. This article provides an overview of doxorubicin’s uses and precautions to take when administering it.

May/June 2017 | Volume 2, Issue 3

Body Cavity Centesis: Techniques for the Pleural, Abdominal, and Pericardial Cavities

Body Cavity Centesis: Techniques for the Pleural, Abdominal, and Pericardial Cavities

Body cavity centesis is a valuable and effective treatment for removal of large effusions. Although veterinarians generally perform centesis, it is important for veterinary technicians to be knowledgeable about the techniques used to properly prepare, assist with, and monitor these patients.

March/April 2017 | Volume 2, Issue 2