Little is known about chest wall rigidity, or “wooden chest syndrome,” in veterinary patients and it can prove to be fatal without expert intervention.Read More
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While some training methods that have been popularized on television may produce quick results, they also may create stress for the pet or damage the human-animal bond.
Pet bird owners influence their bird’s diet and therefore have a major impact on their birds’ health and longevity.
Veterinary nurses who understand the FPV disease process and supportive care that must accompany treatment of FPV-infected cats will be able to provide excellent nursing care for the patient.
Knowing when and how to draw blood gas samples, as well as how to interpret the results, is critical to good patient care.
This review examines corneal anatomy and physiology, basic classifications of corneal ulcers, what owners need to know about caring for dogs with ulcers, and monitoring patients with corneal ulcers.
With proper training, veterinary nurses can perform TFAST and AFAST scans on emergent patients.