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Just Ask the Expert: The best way to treat ivermectin toxicosis

April 1, 2014

An overview of the recommended treatment protocol for ivermectin toxicosis.

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Toxicology case: Managing hypernatremia after activated charcoal administration

April 1, 2014

A look at the presenting signs and case management of a 9-year-old Shetland sheepdog with acute hypernatremia secondary to activated charcoal administration.

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Tips and trends in the ER

March 1, 2014

Plug in to these important pointers from the 2013 International Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society meeting.

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Positive-contrast cystography in a dog with a hard-to-detect bladder rupture

February 1, 2014

Be sure to look a little deeper when using this technique during your search for a ruptured bladder to prevent missing the diagnosis.

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Can canine blood be safely given to cats?

February 1, 2014

In an emergency, can you turn to your canine blood stores in a cat that needs a transfusion?

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Shock fluid therapy basics

December 11, 2013

An overview of the use of crystalloids and colloids for critical care veterinary patients.

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Managing bacterial cystitis in the ER

December 4, 2013

An overview of diagnostic and treatment options for veterinary patients with signs of lower urinary tract disease.

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Audio: Elements of negative pressure wound therapy

December 2, 2013

Use the various parts of negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) to tailor your technique to each patient's needs.

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Wound therapy: The positives of negative pressure

December 1, 2013

Dr. Adin discusses a state-of-the-art wound treatment that helps trauma patients heal faster.

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