Surgery DVMs cite growing concern over Internet product sales DVM360 MAGAZINE: Sep 01, 2003 By Daniel R. Verdon Cleveland-The majority of veterinarians say the most competitive business pressure is coming from Internet sales of veterinary products. New techniques for performing equine laparoscopic ovariectomy Oct 01, 2002 By Dean A. Hendrickson, DVM, MS, DACVS Dr. Dean Hendrickson discusses innovative methods that offer a less invasive approach to conducting laparscopic ovariectomy in horses. Using skin staplers in veterinary practice Oct 01, 2002 By Michael M. Pavletic, DVM, Dipl. ACVS Dr. Michael Pavletic offers insight on how to effectively incorporate skin stapling as a means for closing wounds. Are three round incisions in kidney a diagnostic clue? DVM360 MAGAZINE: Oct 01, 2002 By Johnny D. Hoskins, DVM, PhD, DACVIM Signalment: Canine, Chinese Shar Pei, 3-year-old, female, 41 lbs. New suture materials offer more options for wound closures Oct 01, 2002 By Eric Monnet, DVM, PhD, FAHA, DACVS, DECVS Dr. Eric Monnet provides a comprehensive review of the newest suture materials available to practitioners and their applications for wound closure. DVM's research results in first patent for canine elbow replacement at ISU DVM360 MAGAZINE: Aug 01, 2002 By Daniel R. Verdon Ames, Iowa-Iowa State University (ISU) lays claim to a first for veterinary medicine. Pfizer announces sedation, pain management team DVM360 MAGAZINE: Mar 01, 2002 By dvm360.com staff Las Vegas-Pfizer wants to make pain assessment the next vital sign, and they just launched a team to directly help veterinarians and staff improve how they manage patient pain. Paw tissues unique; injuries need special care, attention Feb 01, 2002 By Tannaz Amalsadvala, B.V.Sc. & A.H., MS Dr. Tannaz Amalsadvala focuses on some of the more common paw pad injuries seen in practice as she discusess treatment options for paw pad abrasions and lacerations. Warning: Anesthesia may cause allergic reaction in canines DVM360 MAGAZINE: Aug 20, 2001 By dvm360.com staff Madison, Wis. - University of Wisconsin researchers think they might have the answer to why some dogs die after receiving anesthesia for surgery. « First « Previous ... 55 56 57 58 59 Hot topics on dvm360Petco bans pet food and treats with artificial ingredients Oh no! A new tick species we have to worry about in the U.S. What's Amazon doing in the pet consumables market? NAVTA recognizes new veterinary technician specialty dvm360 Investigative Report: Where have all the good dogs gone?