VETERINARY MEDICINE, Nov 1, 2012 - Veterinary Medicine
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VETERINARY MEDICINE, Nov 1, 2012
Features
How to perform a positive contrast GI study
By Tasha M. Axam, DVM, DACVR
Add a little contrast to help you find your diagnosis.
Departments
Editors' Note: Matters of the heart
By Heather Lewellen, DVM
Dr. Heather Lewellen reports on how a recent cardiology workshop demonstrated how heart disease and heart failure don't change, but the way we treat and manage them changes constantly.
Journal Scan: Examining methicillin resistance of Staphylococcus pseudintermedius in dogs
By Jennifer L. Garcia, DVM, DACVIM
Is there a difference between resistant and nonresistant strains?
Journal Scan: Is adjunctive levetiracetam effective in treating refractory canine epilepsy?
By Jennifer L. Garcia, DVM, DACVIM
A study investigated the utility of this anticonvulsant.
Journal Scan: Standardizing veterinary triage for emergency patients
By Jennifer L. Garcia, DVM, DACVIM
An analysis of the best method to prioritize critical patients.
Journal Scan: Bigger dogs may need less trilostane to control hyperadrenocorticism
By Jennifer L. Garcia, DVM, DACVIM
New research shows sensitivity to trilostane may increase as body weight increases.
Just Ask the Expert: Three keys to orthopedic postoperative care compliance
By Walter Renberg, DVM, MS, DACVS
Dr. Walter Renberg helps with what may be the Holy Grail of veterinary medicine.
Why is this 3-year-old pug acutely regurgitating?
By Max L. Rinaldi, DVM , Heather A. Towle, DVM, MS, DACVS
Examine the imaging results to help solve this pug's problem.
Toxicology Brief: Phenylephrine ingestion in dogs: What's the harm?
By Colette Wegenast, DVM
Veterinarians should be aware of phenylephrine's toxic potential in dogs since its use as a human decongestant has likely increased.
Idea Exchange: Wipe away noxious smells with ear cleanser
Try this reader tip to help clear the air.
Idea Exchange: Practice placing catheters on this beary good patient
Create your own Cathy the catheter bear to master your catheter placement skills.

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