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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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    Have Dog, Will Travel

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    It’s January 2nd and I know what you’re all thinking... It’s National Pet Travel Safety Day! Well, maybe not all of you were thinking that, but after rolling the idea around in my head for a minute I realized how often I trav...

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    Hind Limb Amputation

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    Coby Richter, DVM, DACVS, demonstrates and explains how to perform a mid-femoral hind limb amputation on a cat. Pain management as well as surgical technique are covered.

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    Enteral Nutrition

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    The fundamental question of why to feed critical patients has been confidently answered by studies in human patients demonstrating increases in infection rates, hospital stays, and antibiotic usage in patients that are fasted or “...

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    Can't We All Just Get Along?

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    I’m a fairly cynical person. It’s not a trait I’m necessarily proud of – while sarcasm is fun at cocktail parties it sometimes really poisons the genuinely good moments in life. Maybe it’s because I’m getting older, or maybe it’s...

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    Scabies (Sarcoptic Mange)

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    Lisa Berger, DVM, of Rose City Veterinary Hospital discusses a case seen in their hospital – a dog that presented with severe skin irritation. Dr. Berger discusses the diagnosis and treatments provided for this dog with...

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    Acute Kidney Injury

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    Erika Loftin, DVM, DACVECC, gives an in-depth lecture about acute kidney injury. After a review of renal physiology, diagnostics, patient assessment, treatment modalities, drug pharmacology, and patient monitoring for kidney disea...

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    Allergic to Overnights

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    I know I sound silly and slightly crazy, but I really think I’m allergic to the overnight shift. It starts just like any other allergic response minus the hives, rash (really glad I don’t get a rash) and difficulty...

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    Brachycephalic Obstructive Airway Disease

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    Coby Richter, DVM, DACVS, discusses the airway issues that are common with brachycephalic breeds. She covers clinical signs, diagnosis, client education, and post-operative monitoring for brachycephalic patients undergoing airway...

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    Yogi Tech: From Saving Dogs to Downward Dog

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    I started working at DoveLewis Emergency Animal Hospital over five years ago. Before that time I practiced yoga and did some light exercise but it was sporadic and sparse. I drank a lot, ate like a little kid (lots of pizza and ju...

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    Mandibular Symphyseal Fracture Repair

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    Ashley Magee, DVM, DACVS, demonstrates the proper technique for reducing and wiring a mandibular symphyseal fracture in a cat. Wire removal is also demonstrated.

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    Mushroom Toxicity

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    A 4-year-old MN Border Collie presented to his primary veterinarian after a hike with his owners. During that hike, the dog suddenly started hallucinating, froze in place, and then began wildly running in all directions, crash...

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    Fractured Tibia Splint Application

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    Sarah Tauber, DVM, demonstrates how to place a splint on a dog diagnosed with a closed, non-displaced tibia fracture.

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    Xylitol Toxicity with Hepatic Necrosis

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    Erika Loftin, DVM, DACVECC, discusses a case from the ICU involving a small dog that ingested a large quantity of gum containing xylitol. This dog suffered hepatic necrosis and his treatment and prognosis are mentioned.

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    Responsible Owners

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    September is Responsible Dog Ownership Month. Awesome, right? A whole month where we can talk about preventive care and a good diet and grooming and exercising and loving these wonderful animals we share our homes with. But even a...

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    Blood Typing

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    Sharlee Santos, CVT, demonstrates how to perform a blood typing procedure on a dog prior to administering a blood transfusion. In-house testing kits can identify the DEA 1.1 blood type.

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    Post Conference Culture Shock

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    As I sit here in DFW on my way back to Portland after an awesome few days at IVECCS in Indianapolis, I find that I’m sinking into a bizarre form of culture shock. The immersion into vet culture started on Tuesday when I f...

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    Myers-Briggs Thinking vs. Feeling

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    Monica Maxwell, SPHR, defines the major differences between thinkers and feelers, and how to work with both personalities, and also how to deal with both personalities from a client perspective. 

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  • Article

    Gastrogastric Intussusception

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    A 4-year- old, female spayed, mixed breed dog presented to the DoveLewis Emergency Animal Hospital for evaluation of acute vomiting. At the initial visit, she was treated symptomatically on an outpatient basis, but vomiting and re...

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    Fever of Unknown Origin

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    Erika Loftin, DVM, DACVECC, gives a RACE approved lecture on the clinical signs, diagnostic considerations, and treatment strategies for veterinary patients suffering from a fever of unknown origin. This talk is specifically RA...

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    Bite Wound Management vs. Surgery

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    Ladan Mohammad-Zadeh, DVM, DACVECC, discusses bite wounds on a small dog. She covers the criteria used to determine the decision to go with medical management and bandage changes as opposed to surgical repair right away.

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    RadLand: Severe Facial Swelling

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    A 7-year-old female spayed fox terrier presented with a history of lethargy, anorexia and weight loss. On physical examination she was non-ambulatory, severely dehydrated and noted to have severe facial swelling. Lateral and dorso...

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    You Want Me to Put the Needle Where?

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    Ladan Mohammad-Zadeh, DVM, DACVECC, gives a RACE Approved lecture for veterinarians where she describes when and how to perform thoracocentesis, abdominocentesis, and pericardiocentesis in dogs and cats. This talk is specifical...

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    Canoeing Down the Ebola River

    Views: 2,562 - Comments: 4

    I am obsessed with the Ebola virus and I have been for years. I own books titled The Coming Plague and Level 4: Virus Hunters of the CDC. For Christmas two years ago my sister gave me the book Spillover about scary viruses that li...

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    Lipid Therapy for Nutrition

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    Ladan Mohammad-Zadeh, DVM, DACVECC, discusses using lipids for nutritional support in ICU patients.

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    Site Update: New Training Plans!

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    Having pre-built and custom training plans available for our administrators will be the biggest addition to our website all year. On the Floor @Dove's new Training Plan feature ensures consistent training for each empl...

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    FAST Scan

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    Christy Michael, BVMS, demonstrates how to perform a Focused Assessment with Sonography for Trauma (FAST) on a dog presenting with non-specific clinical signs. The four main areas to scan are demonstrated as well as what to look f...

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    “Investing” in Pets

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    Every day at my job I see the amount of money clients are willing and able to spend on their pet (and often, limited to spending). The degree of pet care varies based on the client’s financial ability and their personal view...

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    Continuous Glucose Monitoring

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    Here in the ICU at DoveLewis, we have the opportunity to treat many patients with diabetic ketoacidosis either due to newly diagnosed diabetes or disregulation of a previously diagnosed diabetic patient. Previously diagnosed diabe...

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    Back Pain and Veterinary Surgery

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    Ergonomic (adj): intended to provide optimum comfort and to avoid stress or injury. There is absolutely nothing ergonomic about the veterinary surgical setting. Until they figure out how to suspend me Mission Impossible style o...

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    Instrument Palming

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    Coby Richter, DVM, DACVS, demonstrates the instrument palming technique, which makes suturing faster and causes less tissue trauma.

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    Pyothorax

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    Lee Herold, DVM, DACVECC, covers pyothorax causes, clinical signs, and treatment strategies in dogs and cats. This talk is specifically RACE-approved for 1.5 DVM or 1.5 Technician CE credits.

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    Syncope in a Cat

    Views: 4,360 - Comments: 5

    Ladan Mohammad-Zadeh, DVM, DACVECC, discusses the diagnostic process, including ECG results, of a cat that presented to the emergency room suffering from syncope.

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