Veterinary medicine has evolved so vastly in recent years that veterinary nurses have many potential career paths available. One path many people in our field don’t realize veterinary nurses can take is teaching and writing curriculum, specifically in a college or university setting. This path greatly utilizes the skills and knowledge that veterinary nurses spend years perfecting and is also very rewarding.Read More >Subscribe >
January 03, 2020
Substance abuse in veterinary medicine has become a widespread problem and has repercussions in the abuser’s personal and professional life, as well as staff, patients, and clients in the workplace.
Sudden acquired retinal degeneration syndrome (SARDS) is a permanently blinding disease that occurs suddenly. It is one of the leading causes of incurable canine vision loss diagnosed by veterinary ophthalmologists.
Treatment of periodontal disease in all patients is prudent, and the use of analgesia, including general anesthesia, is essential to the comprehensive treatment plan.
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.