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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Sep 01, 2006
Lactated Ringer's solution isn't always the safest choice for fluid therapy. In fact, administering the right fluid, whether a crystalloid, a colloid, or both, is essential to ensuring a correct fluid balance without causing adverse effects that can worsen a patient's condition. This article will help you assess each patient's status and choose the best fluid therapy option.
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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Dec 01, 2005
Avian medicine in the United States and abroad tends to be more focused on crisis and intervention than on preventive care and wellness. Therefore, in this article I discuss some of the basic considerations of emergency medical care in pet birds.
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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Oct 01, 2005
Patients with congestive heart failure are, unfortunately, common in small-animal practice. Some patients present with acute exacerbation of previously diagnosed and treated cardiac disease. Other animals may present with vague and nonspecific clinical signs and have no known history of cardiac problems.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Jul 01, 2005
In many cases, wounds that extend under the skin and into muscle will need to be opened further to allow debridement of devitalized fat and muscle.
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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Jan 01, 2005
In this retrospective study from a veterinary teaching hospital, the records of 15 dogs and three cats surviving cardiopulmonary arrest were reviewed to describe the animals' resuscitations and outcomes.
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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Jul 01, 2004
By dvm360.com staff
Ever since we created an emergency kit for the Beagle Brigade detector dogs at the Chicago O'Hare International Airport, our clients have been asking us to create similar kits for them.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Sep 01, 2003
Recently I was visiting with a friend who is still in clinical practice, and our talk turned to emergency duty.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Aug 01, 2003
Q. Could you provide a brief review of hemoabdomen and its diagnosis/management in dogs and cats?
Nov 01, 2001
By dvm360.com staff

Auburn University, Ala.-Critically ill pets in the Southeast may gain a second chance at life in the newly-launched Critical Care Program at Auburn University (AU).

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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Oct 12, 2001
By dvm360.com staff
Auburn University, Ala.-Critically ill pets in the Southeast may gain a second chance at life in the newly-launched Critical Care Program at Auburn University (AU).