Toxicology | Veterinary Medicine

Toxicology

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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Sep 23, 2016
Dr. Tim Evans gives some fundamental toxicology tips and tricks to help out when it comes to finding the source in small animal intoxications and possible malicious poisonings.
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FIRSTLINE: Sep 16, 2016
While fielding calls to help save pets from drug-stash ingestion accidents and allergic reactions, the veterinary team at the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center keeps up morale and mood with some harmless tallying.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Jul 21, 2016
By dvm360.com staff
Leaves and seeds of pistachio-related genus can cause hemolytic anemia, death in horses.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Jun 07, 2016
Out of 300 dogs tested, several are found to have high or significant levels of toxin.
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VETERINARY MEDICINE: May 27, 2016
Help veterinary clients keep their furry friends safe with these handouts of common indoor and outdoor plants that can be toxic to pets.
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Pet Poison Helpline: May 03, 2016
A current case of intentional poisoning with this deadly plant sparks the question: Can you spot the signs and save the patient?
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Feb 22, 2016
Michigan state veterinarian provides information, resources to pet owners concerned about the effects of lead-tainted water on their animals.
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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Feb 01, 2016
Hospitalization and continued monitoring are recommended, even if a patient presents as euglycemic after ingestion.
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Pet Poison Helpline: Oct 20, 2015
Various mushroom species can cause adverse effects in small animals—some self-limiting, and others deadly.
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ASPCA APCC: Oct 14, 2015
At one time, veterinary spot-on topical fipronil formulations for dogs and cats were recommended for extralabel use in rabbits, but no more. Exposure to these products can cause life-threatening signs in rabbits.
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ASPCA APCC: Aug 01, 2015
Cats are more sensitive to the toxic properties of onions than other species are. Find out what you should do if an exposed cat is presented to your clinic.
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dvm360.com: Jul 17, 2015
Dogs love peanut butter treats, but pet owners should be wary of ingredients.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Jul 15, 2015
Natural sweetener known to cause hypoglycemia and hepatic necrosis in dogs.
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ASPCA APCC: May 27, 2015
Whether exposed due to an outdated therapeutic recommendation or a client attempting at-home treatment, your veterinary patients receiving these enemas need immediate attention.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Apr 21, 2015
By dvm360.com staff
Three cats have died, others sickened after owners applied cream or lotion containing the anti-inflammatory drug.