VETERINARY MEDICINE, Jan 1, 2012 - Veterinary Medicine
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VETERINARY MEDICINE, Jan 1, 2012
Features
Lead the way: 7 steps to boost acceptance of your medical recommendations
By Michael Paul, DVM
Try these 7 steps to boost acceptance of your medical recommendations.
The expanding universe of three parasites
By Lora R. Ballweber, DVM, MS
Are these three emerging parasites on your radar?
Skills Laboratory: How to perform four oral regional nerve blocks
By Brett Beckman, DVM, FAVD, DAVDC, DAAPM
Try these quick and easy pain management techniques for oral surgery.
Departments
Editors' Guest: There isn't much of a market for buggy whips
By Michael Paul, DVM
Today's veterianry practice needs an overhaul, much like when the internal combustion engine changed practice in the past.
Leading Off: Be aware of the new anesthesia guidelines for dogs and cats
By Richard Bednarski, MS, DVM, DACVA
The guidelines emphasize the delivery of safe and effective anesthesia and perianesthetic pain management.
Just Ask the Expert: When clients decline immunotherapy for atopy
By Ian B. Spiegel, VMD, MHS, DACVD
Dr. Ian Spiegel answers this concern about managing allergic pets.
Image Quiz: A panting Great Dane with red eyes
By Enry Garcia, DVM, MS, DACVO
Which location contains the most important lesion in this dog's left eye?
Image Quiz: The case of the crying rat
By Enry Garcia, DVM, MS, DACVO
What's behind the tearing and irritation in this rat's eye?
Toxicology Brief: Phenylpropanolamine toxicosis in dogs and cats
By Judy K. Holding, DVM, RN
This drug is used primarily to treat urinary incontinence secondary to urethral sphincter hypotonia.
TSH as a marker for the development of hyperthyroidism in geriatric cats
By David S. Bruyette, DVM, DACVIM , Jennifer L. Garcia, DVM, DACVIM
The role of this hormone in diagnosing hyperthyroidism is an area of active research in veterinary medicine.
Letters: Questioning the great outdoors
A reader questions the advice of making cats outdoor pets to solve elimination problems.
Idea Exchange: A less painful way to remove torn nails
Ophthalmic proparacaine can help with this sensitive procedure.
Idea Exchange: Create your own warming waterbeds
Warm up cold patients with this do-it-yourself waterbed.
Idea Exchange: Keep spare glasses on hand for hurried pet owners
Owners dropping off their pets for surgery in a rush will appreciate this reader tip.
Mind Over Miller: Practical jokes, Tucson style
By Robert M. Miller, DVM
Dr. Robert M. Miller reminisces about trading practical jokes with a past schoolmate.

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