A Foreign Body That Is “Sew” Unusual
Foreign bodies within the spinal cord are uncommon, but when they occur the prognosis is often grave.
A Complicated, Multidrug-Resistant UTIKatmandu was a 9-year-old spayed female Bengal cat with a history of chronic kidney disease. Despite aggressive treatment and very dedicated clients, Katmandu’s multidrug-resistant UTI relapsed.
Common Upper Airway Conditions in Dogs and Cats
Upper respiratory conditions in companion animals are complex and require appropriate understanding in order to provide optimal prognosis.
2018 Veterinary Emerging Topics (VET)® Report
From the Field shares insights from Banfield Pet Hospital veterinary team members.
Hematemesis, Abdominal Pain and Anemia in an Older Cat
Abnormal fatigue, lack of appetite, faster-than-normal pulse, weight loss, pale gums, and loss of energy are common symptoms of feline anemia.
Emergency Medicine/Critical Care
Fluid Calculations: Keeping a Balance
IV fluid therapy is a skill veterinary technicians utilize daily.
How Often Does Treatment Follow the Guidelines?
This new column explores the findings of the inaugural Banfield VET Report on antimicrobial usage in veterinary practice.
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.
The Basics of Fluid Therapy for Small Animal Veterinary Technicians
Fluid therapy is one of the most common therapies in small animal medicine, and knowing what, why, and how to deliver it is a core competency for veterinary nurses.