DVM360 MAGAZINE, Nov 1, 2013 - DVM
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DVM360 MAGAZINE, Nov 1, 2013
Getting to the root of anesthesia-free veterinary dental care
By Sarah Moser
More veterinarians are sanctioning cleanings without anesthesia. Here's what you need to know.
Non-anesthetic veterinary dentistry pays: But at what cost?
By Sarah Moser
What happens when patients that have had non-anesthetic cleanings develop a problem?
Evaluating non-anesthetic veterinary dental cleanings
By Sarah Moser
One provider shows its service in a video.
How veterinary medicine can save the world, Part 3: Serving the public
By John Lofflin, Contributing Author
Natural disasters. Disease outbreaks. Terrorist bombings. When crisis hits, these veterinarians are on the scene.
Public health expert: Most veterinary students' view of profession is too narrow
By John Lofflin, Contributing Author
Schools urged to recruit more students interested in public service from the outset.
Researchers: Circovirus not primary cause of Midwest mystery illness
By Julie Scheidegger
Investigators continue to seek explanation for canine cases in Ohio, Michigan.
Robbery gone wrong: Teen gets stuck in veterinary hospital's HVAC
By Andrea Hewitt, Assistant Content Specialist
19-year-old spends 11 hours in ventilation system before employees find him the next morning.
'The Incredible Dr. Pol' captures record-setting ratings in fourth season
Jan Pol, DVM, continues to practice "old-school" veterinary medicine on reality show many veterinary professionals find subpar.
Center for Veterinary Biologics employees sent back to work to approve animal vaccines
Despite shutdown furloughs, AVMA and Rep. Schrader push ag secretary to reassess CVB workers as critical to public health.
Fla. veterinary school professor arrested for secretly recording female students
By Julie Scheidegger
Don Samuelson confesses to making recordings for sexual arousal.
Featured Contributors
Hey, good lookin'! Is your veterinary clinic gender biased?
By Marc Rosenberg, VMD
If one of your male employees came to you with concerns about gender bias, what would you do to remedy the situation?
Something is fishy about us veterinarians
By Michael Paul, DVM
It's time to break through the glass wall that stands between veterinary practitioners and clients. Ditch the excuses and make client communication a top priority in your clinic.
Introducing screw-down veterinary medicine
By Bo Brock, DVM
Better tell your veterinary clients to hold on for their life after you administer this kind of injection.
The secret language of veterinarians
By Michael A. Obenski, DVM
Of all the crazy medical terms out there, none are cooler than the ones that we make up.
Tailor your bone fracture repair technique
By Karl C. Maritato, DVM, DACVS
Implant failures and union problems are preventable. Save your patients from having to endure additional health issues and surgeries by doing it right the first time.
Canine urolith epidemiology: 1981-2012
By Carl A. Osborne, DVM, PhD, DACVIM
Data shows urolith composition holding steady.
Secret to human AIDS vaccine may be found in feline virus
Veterinary, human medical researchers identify FIV peptide that kills HIV.
Veterinarian records song to benefit pets with cancer
Profits from the iTunes release will help families pay for pets' cancer treatments.
EPE: A growing veterinary concern in foals
By Ed Kane, PhD
Though its clinical signs can be vague, equine proliferative enteropathy should always be considered in foals with hypoproteinemia.
The story of a survivor: Q's will to live
By Ed Kane, PhD
Thanks to the persistence and care of his veterinarian, one young foal battled EPE and won.
SLIDESHOW: Economic and political challenges abound in efforts to manage horses on public lands
Study finds if processes go unchanged and trends continue, the already overpopulated American West could see a runaway wild horse population.
Wild horse population projected to reach catastrophic levels
By Julie Scheidegger
Economic and political challenges abound in efforts to manage horses on public lands.
Live from CVC Kansas City: Equine veterinary medical updates
By Kristi Reimer, Editor, News Channel Director
'Equine news hour' brings veterinarians up to date on new research, therapies.
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