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Nationwide, tick-borne diseases have risen exponentially from approximately 30,000 cases in 2003 to an estimated 450,000 last year. If passed into law, the Kay Hagan Tick Act would improve research, prevention, diagnostics, and treatment for tick-borne diseases.
The AAFP aims to provide accurate information about feline zoonotic diseases to owners, physicians, and veterinarians with these guidelines.
Leptospirosis is a bacterial infection that has become more and more prevalent in both human and veterinary medicine worldwide. Learn about the treatment and supportive care of patients with this infection.
Congenital heart defects are well-recognized causes of morbidity and mortality in veterinary medicine. This article explores the rarest CHDs, which present an opportunity to better understand cardiac physiology.
Older patients may appear “healthy” for their age, but they often have multiple underlying organ dysfunctions that, when challenged by general anesthesia, can result in a cascade of detrimental events. This CE course will help you create an appropriate anesthesia plan for the geriatric patient.