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Articles by Tim Crowe, DVM, DACVS, DACVECC, FCCM

Tim Crowe, DVM, DACVS, DACVECC, FCCM


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Practical management of severe lung disease and injury (Proceedings)
April 1, 2010

The principles of management of patients with severe lung disease and injury are summarized and the cases depicting the use if these management techniques are presented

Getting ready, being ready, and having fun doing It (Proceedings)
April 1, 2010

From the very first time I was faced with the responsibility of possibly having to respond to an emergency when I was a young boy scout (at age 11) to just yesterday when I was an emergency clinician at the Pet Emergency Clinic, the immediate goal was "to make everything ready".

GI emergency patients (Proceedings)
April 1, 2010

Commonly affecting the large breed deep chested breeds gastric dilatation and volvulus syndrome has the potential to be a life threatening problem.

Management of bad wounds and open fractures (Proceedings)
April 1, 2010

Practical management of severe wounds and open fractures begins with initial assessment and management. The first priority is the control of severe hemorrhage that may be associated with the injury.

Practical ABCDE management of severe trauma patients (Proceedings)
April 1, 2010

The object of this review is to convey new scientific information and resultant practical techniques applicable to the care of the severely injured patient. One near death, severely injured patient is then briefly presented to exemplify A – airway, B-breathing C- cardiovascilar, D – disability, E – everything else techniques that contributed to her recovery.

Assessment and basic care of emergency patients (Proceedings)
April 1, 2010

When a patient first arrives we have all been taught the ABCs of emergency care. We know that the assurance of a clear airway is paramount and the first thing we should all do, and then we move one to B and assure breathing is adequate. Then we move on to C (for cardiovascular) and assess and ensure the heart is pumping and pumping adequately... This process is termed vertical resuscitation and is a "step by step" process that is completed in a "priority of need" sequence.

Managing patients in cardiopulmonary arrest due to reversible conditions (Proceedings)
April 1, 2010

Review the common pathophysiology – Cause – Affect of the reasons cardiopulmonary arrest occurs in clinical practice and then review the current views on basic and advanced cardiac life support and provide my personal views on the subject based on over 35 years of clinical and some years of experimental research experience.

Management of bad wounds and open fractures (Proceedings)
November 1, 2009

Practical management of severe wounds and open fractures begins with initial assessment and management.

Practical management of severe lung disease and injury (Proceedings)
November 1, 2009

The principles of management of patients with severe lung disease and injury are summarized and the cases depicting the use if these management techniques are presented.

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