Journal Scan A new hope for defeating demodicosis? VETERINARY MEDICINE: May 02, 2016 By Kathryn Primm, DVM A study featuring the most recently added isoxazoline compound, sarolaner, adds to a series of veterinary research showing efficacy of this drug class in treating this mangy problem. Idiopathic epilepsy: Seize the day (and save the pooch) VETERINARY MEDICINE: Apr 20, 2016 By Kathryn Primm, DVM Guidance on the best practices for treating your veterinary patients with this neurologic disorder. Should we do cardiac compressions in hemorrhagic shock? VETERINARY MEDICINE: Apr 11, 2016 By Kathryn Primm, DVM A study investigates whether this intervention helps save lives in cases of traumatic blood loss. Sucralfate and fluoroquinolones: Never the twain shall meet? VETERINARY MEDICINE: Apr 04, 2016 By Kathryn Primm, DVM A veterinary study finds that concurrent administration may be OK, depending on which fluoroquinolone you reach for. Vanquishing the vaccine factor: Dependable in-clinic FIV diagnosis possible after all VETERINARY MEDICINE: Mar 28, 2016 By Michael Nappier, DVM, DABVP A new study finds the ability to help distinguish between vaccinated versus truly infected cats using point-of-care tests only. Gasp! Why to worry about feline lungworms VETERINARY MEDICINE: Mar 21, 2016 By Kathryn Primm, DVM Lungworms low on your list in a cat with respiratory signs? This article says you may want to raise your alert level. Journal Scan: Shampoo as good as drugs in treating superficial pyoderma? VETERINARY MEDICINE: Mar 14, 2016 By Jennifer L. Garcia, DVM, DACVIM New veterinary study says topical shampoo may be as effective as systemic antibiotics in treating superficial pyoderma. Don’t make it worse! Best nutritional practices for patients with liver disease VETERINARY MEDICINE: Mar 07, 2016 By Jennifer L. Garcia, DVM, DACVIM These cases require special dietary requirements, but diet must be tailored to each patient. Journal Scan: Don’t gag me with germs! VETERINARY MEDICINE: Feb 29, 2016 By Jennifer L. Garcia, DVM, DACVIM That ET tube is going down the patient’s hatch, so disinfect it like crazy. Here are five cleaning methods going head-to-head in fighting strep and Bordetella in a new study. Journal Scan: Xylitol ingestion in dogs—a retrospective evaluation of the consequences VETERINARY MEDICINE: Feb 01, 2016 By Jennifer L. Garcia, DVM, DACVIM Hospitalization and continued monitoring are recommended, even if a patient presents as euglycemic after ingestion. Journal Scan: Is there an optimal food type for cats with idiopathic cystitis? VETERINARY MEDICINE: Jan 11, 2016 By Jennifer L. Garcia, DVM, DACVIM Feeding a cystitis-prevention diet may be of benefit, but the exact food components responsible for the beneficial effect is unclear. Diagnosing feline small bowel disease: Do noninvasive tests make the cut? VETERINARY MEDICINE: Jan 04, 2016 By Jennifer L. Garcia, DVM, DACVIM Study finds that although clinicopathologic testing is useful, full-thickness biopsy samples may be preferred because many cats studied had segmental disease Journal Scan: Physiological heart murmurs are more common in our veterinary patients than we may think VETERINARY MEDICINE: Dec 09, 2015 By Jennifer L. Garcia, DVM, DACVIM Murmurs may not only be limited to specific breeds or growing dogs. Using insulin detemir to treat diabetes in dogs VETERINARY MEDICINE: Dec 02, 2015 By Jennifer L. Garcia, DVM, DACVIM Veterinary practices have scant guidance on using the drug in dogs. Journal Scan: Reptile wellness management VETERINARY MEDICINE: Nov 16, 2015 By Jennifer L. Garcia, DVM, DACVIM Improper care is the No. 1 reason reptiles are brought into the veterinary clinic. 1 2 3 4 5 ... 7 Next » Last » Hot topics on dvm3605 ways to wow pet owners (and pets) 10 steps to take when a practice owner dies dvm360 sits down with Dr. Pol Ack! How do you spell that again? "Best. Veterinary Practice. EVER."