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    Removing a Needle from a Cat’s Soft Palate

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    Ladan Mohammad-Zadeh, DVM, DACVECC, shows radiographs of a cat with a sewing needle lodged in her tongue and soft palate, and then demonstrates her strategy for removing the needle safely.

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    Spring Weather Preparedness

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    Spring Has Sprung! Watch Out for Wild Weather! Tornadoes, lightning, floods, rip currents and early season heat - spring dangers rampage across the United States throughout March, April and May. And there’s one hazard tha...

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    How We Keep Our Dogs From Barking

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    We’ve been doing yoga, coloring sheets, having healthy snacks, and taking extra time for ourselves because it’s self-care month at DoveLewis. But there’s one topic that’s got us all talking: our shoes! So w...

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    My Fear of Wellness Month

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    Let’s start with the basics: I’m new to my employer and have been with the company for 90 days. I’ve been put in charge of spearheading Wellness and Self Care Month for our 115 employees. Now the complicated factors: I do not c...

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    Fractured Canine Root Canal

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    VCA Raleigh Hills Dental Center’s Rebecca Martin, DVM, performs a root canal on a fractured canine. The process of performing a root canal is covered as well as reasoning behind each decision made along the way.

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    Are You Taking Dental Radiographs?

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    It’s dental month so let’s talk about a touchy subject. Dental radiographs,  YES, you need to be taking them. Dentistry is kind of the red headed stepchild in veterinary medicine; it gets less attention and is kind of an afte...

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    Hemoabdomen in the ICU

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    Ladan Mohammad-Zadeh, DVM, DACVECC, discusses the medical treatments of a dog that presented to the ER with an acute hemoabdomen. Stabilization prior to surgery, anesthesia, and post-operative stabilization are all covered.

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    Serotonin Syndrome

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    A 5-year-old spayed female 22.7kg Standard Poodle presented for evaluation due to mental alteration and abnormal breathing. The owner revealed that approximately 11 hours prior to presentation the dog had ingested a bag containing...

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    Liver Punch Biopsy

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    Ashley Magee, DVM, DACVS, demonstrates how to get a punch biopsy of the liver on a dog that was undergoing a laparotomy and splenectomy.

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    Root Canal Discussion

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    Rebecca Martin, DVM, from VCA Dental Center Raleigh Hills discusses a case about a dog presenting with a fractured canine tooth. Dr. Martin shows and talks through the radiographs of this tooth and describes her thought process fo...

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    Skin Cytology

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    Veterinary Dermatologist, Jon Plant, DVM, DACVD, of SkinVet in Portland demonstrates multiple methods of obtaining samples for skin cytology looking for bacterial contamination of the skin.

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    Splenectomy

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    Ashley Magee, DVM, DACVS, performs a splenectomy on a dog that presented to the hospital with a hemoabdomen. The procedure of removing the spleen, in this case using a LigaSure™ to aid in hemostasis and speed of procedure, and the...

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    Wellness Program

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    DoveLewis Wellness Program coordinators Enid Traisman, CT, MSW, and Josey Kinnaman, CVT, discuss the staff benefits of a coordinated hospital wellness program and the steps DoveLewis has taken to improve the wellness options for e...

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    A Winter’s Tale: Ethylene Glycol

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    Given the recent overall trend for a drier but very cold winter season, ethylene glycol as an intoxication may become more prevalent in our metro area. Ethylene glycol can be found in numerous car fluids (motor fluid, brake fluid,...

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    Aural Hematoma

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    Ashley Magee, DVM, DACVS, drains and repairs a severe and chronic aural hematoma in a Weimaraner. Different repair techniques are discussed and stents are used in this particular patient.

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    Gastric Ulceration

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    Gastroduodenal ulceration is a common pathology in people with numerous etiologies. There are a few different classifications of gastroduodenal ulcers in people. They are based on differentiating the location and/or cause of th...

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    Be Open to Learning

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    One of the things I’ve personally learned in my 12 years at DoveLewis is how important staff training, education and solid protocols are in building and maintaining a successful veterinary hospital. I also think the vital ro...

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    Art Therapy

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    Enid Traisman, CT, MSW, discusses the benefits of art therapy to veterinary staff, and describes how DoveLewis has instituted art therapy for employees.

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    Thorascopic Partial Pericardiectomy

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    An 11-year-old male neutered golden retriever was referred to Dove Lewis Emergency Animal Hospital for surgical management of idiopathic pericardial effusion.  The dog was originally diagnosed in February 2012 (22 months...

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    GDV: The Surgeon’s Perspective

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    Ashley Magee, DVM, DACVS, covers gastric dilatation-volvulus from presentation to post-operative recovery. The majority of her talk focuses on the surgical correction of GDV including splenectomy, gastrectomy, and detailed instruc...

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    Tiny Talk – GDV The First 15 Minutes

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    Megan Brashear, CVT, VTS (ECC), talks about gastric dilatation volvulus and how to approach these patients in the first few minutes of their arrival at the hospital. Shock, perfusion, pain management, and basic diagnostics are cov...

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    Present Tense

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    It’s a quiz on Facebook. It’s a plot point in every time travel movie. The thought of it might keep you awake at night. Do you want to know the day that you’ll die? Do you want to plan? Have time to travel? Spend all of your money...

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    Management of Open Fractures

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    Ladan Mohammad-Zadeh, DVM, DACVECC, discusses the basics of emergency treatment for open fractures. Initial patient care, pain management, and wound care are discussed.

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    Late Night Phone Call

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    I spent my whole life, fighting myself That I can’t win so I'm inviting some help  -2Pac One day at a time Several weeks ago I had a late phone call from one of my colleagues at DoveLewis. I almost didn’t answer the p...

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    Severe Pododermatitis

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    In this video, Lee Herold, DVM, DACVECC, describes a case of severe dermatitis in a dog in the ICU. Diagnosis and treatment of this care are discussed. 

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    Canine Bacterial Cholangiohepatitis

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    Clinical case A 9-year-old spayed female 9.1 kg American Eskimo was referred for further evaluation of elevated liver enzymes. She was initially seen by her primary care veterinarian with an acute history of vomiting and diarrh...

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    Unblocking a Cat

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    Lee Herold, DVM, DACVECC, demonstrates how to perform a urinary deobstruction in a cat. Different types of urinary catheters, placement, securing the catheter, and placement radiographs are discussed.

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    RadLand: Summer Grilling

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    A 9-month old Labrador retriever presented with a two-day history of anorexia following ingestion of garbage. No vomiting or diarrhea was reported and the patient was slightly lethargic. Abdominal palpation revealed a tense abdome...

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    Uroabdomen Management

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    Ladan Mohammad-Zadeh, DVM, DACVECC, discusses a patient that presented to the ER with severe azotemia and hyperkalemia diagnosed with uroabdomen. Dr. Zadeh discusses various ways to diagnose uroabdomen as well as emergency treatme...

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    The Declaw Debate

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    The Oregon state legislature is voting this week on a bill that would almost outlaw declawing cats and debarking dogs. The reason I say almost is that there are a few exceptions to this bill. Declawing a cat would be allowed...

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    Just Me and the Cats

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    Growing up, my siblings and I were animal lovers but never had many pets. We had to relocate often due to my dad’s Coast Guard career, and my parents were understandably wary of adding animals to our very mobile family. Early on i...

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    Journal Club II

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    Lee Herold, DVM, DACVECC, does the work for you by summarizing practical evidence based information from the last year in veterinary journals. Topics include urinary tract disease in dogs, antibiotic use in urinary tract disease,...

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    Closing a Cystotomy

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    Ashley Magee, DVM, DACVS, demonstrates how to close a cystotomy incision in the case in a patient with severe cystitis. Dr. Magee uses a double layer closure and discusses suture material choices, leak testing, and urinary cathete...

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    Winning the Career Lottery

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    When I tell people I am a veterinarian, I usually hear one of two questions, “Have you always wanted to be a veterinarian?” and “Do you have a lot of pets?” And much to their surprise my answer is...

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    Anaphylaxis Q & A

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    Q: What is anaphylaxis? A: Anaphylaxis is a type I hypersensitivity reaction. In type I hypersensitivity reactions antigens bind to preformed IgE present on mast cells and stimulate mast cell degranulation. Anaphylactic reaction...

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    Finding Your Passion

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    Like many young children, I was veritably obsessed with animals. By the time I was 5 years old I knew that one day I would be a veterinarian. And since we all know it didn’t really happen unless you have a t-shirt to prove it......

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    When to Say Goodbye

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    My recent experience saying goodbye to our pug Lucy led me to the DoveLewis Pet Loss Support Program and Enid Traisman, program director and certified grief counselor. Ron: I work in a building where end of life for animals i...

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    My Two Favorite Superheroes

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    It has been a while since my last blog and I have been thinking what my few readers would find interesting. I think we all love superhero stories, but mine just so happen to be real. My favorite superheroes have saved countless li...

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    Check Your 'Tude at the Door

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    Who you aim to be Who you claim to be Do you aim to be Insane bane with me Can you hang with me Man claim strange with me Dangerously Then tell me who you came to see Tech N9ne (Anghellic) Recently a staff m...

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    Feline Acne

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    Ladan Mohammad-Zadeh, DVM, DACVECC, discusses feline acne in a cat. While not usually considered an emergency, it can prove painful to the cat and distressing to the owner. Diagnosing true feline acne as opposed to pyoderma, treat...

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    There's an Opossum in My Bed!

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    I was privileged to work at Veterinary Services of Wickford in Saunderstown, Rhode Island for five years. They not only take care of small animals and exotics but also have a wildlife clinic attached to the building. The Wildlife...

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    Can vs. Should

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    Just because we can doesn’t mean we should… Those words are heard in ICUs around the country – for animal and people alike. We have reached a point where medicine can do amazing things, but it may not always be working for us....

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    Think Positive

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    Daily affirmations were not invented by Saturday Night Live's Stuart Smalley, but this character played by comedian Al Franken popularized - though undoubtedly also mocked - the idea of affirmations. Even if you don't k...

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    Transfusion Medicine to the Rescue

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    A seven-year-old, 6.3kg, spayed female Border Terrier was referred to DoveLewis for evaluation of pleural effusion and coagulopathy. She had originally presented to her primary veterinarian earlier in the day due to a 24-hour hist...

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    Medical Errors

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    Ladan Mohammad-Zadeh, DVM, DACVECC, takes this hour to discuss medical errors. She covers classification of errors, what to do when errors occur in the hospital, owner communication, and some personal examples of medical errors an...

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    Vomit Induction (Emesis)

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    Ladan Mohammad-Zadeh, DVM, DACVECC, discusses vomiting in patients, specifically induction of vomiting. The time frame for vomit, which foreign objects are safe to induce vomiting with, and the exploration of a patient’s vomit are...

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    Why Do People Hate Leashes?

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    I want to know why so many dog owners think that it’s okay to have their dog off leash everywhere. Do dog owners think a “good” dog will walk next to them and only “bad” dogs need to be on a leash? They don’t realize the leash is...

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    Diabetic Complications

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    Diabetes mellitus is a disease of glucose dysregulation secondary to relative insulin resistance (non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus) or an absolute insulin deficiency (insulin dependent diabetes mellitus). The pathophysiolog...

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    Buccal Mucosal Bleeding Time (BMBT)

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    Megan Brashear, CVT, VTS (ECC), and assistant Sue Marcoe perform a buccal mucosal bleeding time (BMBT) test in a dog prior to an elective surgical procedure. This test measures platelet function and is especially helpful in dogs w...

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    Lifters and Leaners Part 2

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    CEO of DoveLewis, Ron Morgan, continues his series on employee engagement. Topics discussed include motivating different types of employees and management tips for employee discipline, documentation, and handling passive aggressiv...

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