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Articles by Anthony Carr, Dr. med. vet., DACVIM

You gotta measure blood pressure: Hypertension case studies (Proceedings)

Apr 1, 2010

This session will deal with case examples where blood pressure measurement is indicated. This is meant to be an interactive session with participation of the attendees. Your diagnostic skills will be tested as will your knowledge on blood pressure issues.

Geriatric cardiology: Managing endocardiosis (Proceedings)

Apr 1, 2010

Endocardiosis is the most common cause of heart failure in small breed dogs and the most common cause of heart failure in dogs in general.

Constipation in cats (Proceedings)

Apr 1, 2010

Constipation is a frequent complaint middle aged to older cats. In some cases the disease becomes refractory enough to treatment that either subtotal colectomy or euthanasia have to be considered.

Chronic renal failure: What matters clinically (Proceedings)

Apr 1, 2010

It is known that high blood pressure is associated with renal disease in many species including cats and dogs. That this is important is known from many studies including ones involving dogs.

Geriatric endocrinology: Cushing's disease (Proceedings)

Apr 1, 2010

Hyperadrenocorticism remains one of the most common endocrine disorders diagnosed in the geriatric dog population. It is a disease that is seen in almost every veterinary practice.

Zoonotic disease: What you don't know can hurt you (Proceedings)

Apr 1, 2010

Zoonotic disease has always been an area where veterinarians have been involved. Zoonotic infections can be viral, bacterial, fungal and parasitic in origin.

You gotta measure blood pressure: Nuts and bolts of measuring (Proceedings)

Apr 1, 2010

Blood pressure measurement is often not a routine part of small animal practice. This partially has to do with the equipment available to measure blood pressure as well as our patients (they tend not to hold still like we have to).

Diagnosis by breed: A hodge-podge of breed-related internal medicine problems (Proceedings)

Nov 1, 2009

Although we at times are not pleased by breeders, the very tight breeding that has went into producing the purebred dogs we see in practice can make our jobs easier in regard to diagnosing complex internal medicine problems.

Practical in-clinic hemostasis (Proceedings)

Nov 1, 2009

Hemostasis results through a complex interaction between platelets, blood vessel wall and coagulation factors.

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