Articles by Dennis T. (Tim) Crowe, Jr., DVM, DACVS, DACVECC, FCCM, DACHM, NREMT-I, CFF - Veterinary Medicine
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Articles by Dennis T. (Tim) Crowe, Jr., DVM, DACVS, DACVECC, FCCM, DACHM, NREMT-I, CFF

Splint application: Step 5

Jul 1, 2009

Part five of this step-by-step veterinary pictorial tutorial shows how to use newspaper to make spica, meta and back splints.

An economical way to manage fractures, luxations

Jun 1, 2009

My experience with using newspaper to make spica, meta and back splints spans more than 30 years.

Emergency medicine: Manual non-invasive ventilation with PEEP valve

A life-saving technique
May 1, 2009

When a pet arrives that is obviously having labored and difficulty breathing, an immediate course of treatment is to provide supplemental oxygen at high concentrations.

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy: the history

Mar 13, 2009

Learn the history of HBOT and see a list of suggested readings.

Using hyperbaric oxygen therapy in emergency and critical-care practice

An expert describes how it works, expected results and complications
Mar 1, 2009

Only in the last 10 or 15 years has hyperbaric oxygen therapy become widely accepted, based on well-designed and controlled experimental studies in animals.

How to apply practical suturing, stapling, wound drainage techniques

Oct 1, 2003

Dr. Tim Crowe outlines three practical surgical techniques that are effective in managing traumatic or surgical wounds.

Emergency thoracentesis

Feb 1, 2002

This two-part article is based on experience, both positive and negative, that I have encountered through the years with the emergency procedures of thoracentesis and chest tube placement.

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