RECOVER Initiative Releases Updated Veterinary CPR Guidelines

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Hip, Hip, Hooray! Total Hip Arthroplasty in a 6-Year-Old Dog

Some of the factors for owners and surgeons to weigh during patient selection include severity of clinical signs, skin condition, concurrent diseases, implant availability, owner compliance, and procedure cost.

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Peer-Reviewed Articles

Anesthetic Case Management of a Canine Patient With Severe Subaortic Stenosis Using Dexmedetomidine

Anesthesiology

Anesthetic Case Management of a Canine Patient With Severe Subaortic Stenosis Using Dexmedetomidine

The objective of this case report is to suggest that low doses of dexmedetomidine can, and maybe should, be used in patients with SAS.

Limiting the Zoonotic Risks of Fungal Skin Infections

Infectious Disease

Limiting the Zoonotic Risks of Fungal Skin Infections

Educating clients about the zoonotic disease along with recommended treatment plans, including disinfecting the environment, is a crucial component of managing these patients.

Evaluating TFAST, Radiography, and Computed Tomography in Emergent Thoracic Cases

Radiology/Imaging

Evaluating TFAST, Radiography, and Computed Tomography in Emergent Thoracic Cases

Knowing the strengths and weaknesses of each modality enables the veterinary team to quickly identify life-threatening conditions, stabilize the patient, and implement life-saving therapies

Radiation Therapy in Osteoarthritis Management

Orthopedics

Radiation Therapy in Osteoarthritis Management

While there are myriad options for management of OA pain, low-dose radiation therapy may be a better long-term option for pain from inflammation.

One Welfare Approach: Wellbeing in Shelters

Behavior

One Welfare Approach: Wellbeing in Shelters

A wide range of strategies can be implemented in the shelter environment to increase the wellbeing of dogs and cats.

Electrochemotherapy for Companion Animals

Oncology

Electrochemotherapy for Companion Animals

Electrochemotherapy has been shown to be an effective treatment for a variety of neoplastic processes and malignancies, sometimes in as little as a single treatment, with minimal to no side effects.