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    Fluid Therapy

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    Fluid therapy is a topic that we all learned from day one in veterinary school. Although it is a fundamental part of many of our therapies, it is far from a basic concept. This review of fluid therapy will start with understan...

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    Fractures: Radiographs and Diagnostic Considerations

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    Alan Lipman, DVM, DACVR, discusses the radiographic interpretation of a vertebral body compression fracture and important rule outs that should be considered for diagnosis.

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    Surgical Debulking of Nerve Sheath Tumor

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    A 13-year-old spayed, female retriever mix, presented to DoveLewis’ surgery department for evaluation and possible removal of a large tumor on the right forelimb.  She was diagnosed with a peripheral nerve sheath tumor approx...

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    Pericardial Effusion Diagnosis

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    Lee Herold, DVM, DACVECC, demonstrates how to look for pericardial effusion in a dog using an ultrasound.

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    Nutrition in the Critically Ill

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    Ladan Mohammad-Zadeh, DVM, DACVECC, reviews the metabolic processes of the ill patient and how they differ from a healthy patient.  Different modes of nutritional support will be outlined from enteral to parenteral, as well a...

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    How to Keep Members Engaged & Learning

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    Take full advantage of your atdove.org subscription by keeping staff consistently engaged and learning. Here are a few tips to help your team utilize atdove.org training: Show an interesting video or CE lecture in...

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    How to Show Appreciation to Colleagues

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    So let’s just get this out of the way: I think that almost every veterinary professional can agree that the best way to show your appreciation at a veterinary hospital is with food. It doesn’t matter if you are a doctor, tech, rec...

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    Avian Blood Draw

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    On location at Oswego Veterinary Hospital, Deb Ward, DVM, demonstrates how to draw blood from a bird using either the wing vein or right jugular vein.

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    Exploratory Laparotomy and Enterotomy

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    Ashley Magee, DVM, DACVS, performs an exploratory laparotomy on a kitten diagnosed with a GI foreign body. Once the foreign body is located, she performs a single enterotomy to remove the object.

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    Exploratory Laparotomy and Gastrotomy

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    Ashley Magee, DVM, DACVS, performs an exploratory laparotomy on a dog diagnosed with a linear foreign body. She is able to remove the foreign body via gastrotomy, and explains the procedure while demonstrating.

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    Surgery of the Liver and Biliary System

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    Ashley Magee, DVM, DACVS, discusses different surgical techniques and the decision-making process when performing surgery on the liver and the biliary system. This talk is specifically RACE-approved for one DVM or one Technicia...

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    Canine Epidural

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    Coby Richter, DVM, DACVS, performs a single injection epidural in a dog prior to perianal surgery. Various methods for ensuring proper placement are discussed.

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    Journal Club

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    Lee Herold, DVM, DACVECC, does the reading work for you in this talk – she discusses the most clinically practical techniques and knowledge from recent veterinary journals. Topics include: urethral obstructions in cats, toxicology...

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    Open Gloving Technique

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    Megan Brashear, CVT, VTS (ECC), demonstrates how to don sterile gloves using an open gloving technique – meaning only the hands are sterile – to prepare for such procedures as placing a urinary catheter or central line.

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    Malignant Hyperthermia

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    Lee Herold, DVM, DACVECC, discusses a case of malignant hyperthermia seen in a patient in the ICU. Triggers of the disorder and treatment options are discussed.

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    Online Reputation Management

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    CEO of DoveLewis, Ron Morgan, and Monica Maxwell, SPHR, speak about how to navigate the world of online reviews and social media; covering posts from both your hospital staff and your clients.  This talk is specifical...

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    Avian Beak Trim

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    On location at Oswego Veterinary Hospital, Deb Ward, DVM, and Stephanie Cooper explain when a bird may need a beak trim and also demonstrate the procedure.

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    Your Favorite Content of 2013

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    2013 was big for online veterinary training with atdove.org. Our membership base now spans 45 US states, including Puerto Rico and Washington DC, and 19 different countries across the globe! Here are the most popular videos, ar...

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    Intestinal Occlusion During Surgery

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    The phrase ‘resection and anastomosis’ can send a shiver of anticipatory dread through many a fearless veterinarian. This is a reasonable response, given that so many things can go wrong and each one of them alone could result in...

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    Avian Wing Trim

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    On location at Oswego Veterinary Clinic, Deb Ward, DVM, and Stephanie Cooper, CVT, perform a wing trim on a bird. Blood feather identification is discussed.

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    Holiday Disclosure: I Was a Tree Killer

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    I got this card in the mail yesterday and it caused me to burst into laughter in the middle of my kitchen. I admit it. I used to be a tree killer. But the tree my friend is referencing is the one that made me stop. It’s b...

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    My Dog Ate Christmas

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    So, I wasn’t going to write a blog this month cause I couldn’t think of anything holiday related that I wanted to write about. But then a Christmas Miracle took place! Well, more like a forgetful roommate and a naughty dog......

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    Three Awesome Holiday Gifts From Clients

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    Our hospital doors at DoveLewis are open 365 days a year, 24 hours a day. The holidays are often some of our busiest times, and require a full staff. This means that our holidays are often spent away from family, friends and the t...

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    Assign and Track Member Activity

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    Take full advantage of your content assigning and tracking features. As an account administrator, you have the ability to assign content to any of your premium account members. Here are some helpful tips on using these effectiv...

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    Holidays in Veterinary Hospitals

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    You hate it before you played it I already forgave ya J. Cole (Villematic) It's holiday time at DoveLewis Emergency Animal Hospital… My belly aches at the mere thought of how much chocolate and cookies I will consume in the...

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    Veterinary Professionals and Grief Resilience

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    Last night I lost sleep over a dog I never knew when he was alive. We all have those cases where the pet was awesome or the clients were stellar or some combination of those attributes. Then when the case “ended” for the pet, you...

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    Medical Math - Titratable CRI

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    Megan Brashear, CVT, VTS(ECC), walks through the calculations necessary to create a titratable medication CRI. These calculations will allow you to create a CRI where 1ml/hr = 1mcg/kg/hr (or 1mcg/kg/min) so the dose to the patient...

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    Hate Veterinary Holidays? You Don't Have To!

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    Veterinary professionals hate the holidays. It’s true. And with good reason! Between the “Seasonal Sixteen” weight gain from all of the delicious treats our grateful clients and vendors bring us this time of year, and the generali...

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    Avian Restraint and Exam

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    On location at Oswego Veterinary Hospital, Deb Ward, DVM, and Stephanie Cooper, CVT, demonstrate and explain basic avian restraint and how to perform a physical exam.

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    Toxicities in the ER

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    Erika Loftin, DVM, DACVECC, discusses approach, diagnosis, decontamination and treatment plans in common toxicity cases. This talk is specifically RACE-approved for one DVM or one Technician CE credit.

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    Tiny Talk - Pancreatitis

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    In this Tiny Talk, Katherine Earl, DVM, discusses pancreatitis in cats and dogs. Clinical signs, diagnostics, and treatment of this common disease are covered in the talk.

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    Feelings and Veterinary Jobs

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    Today’s blog isn’t going to run smoothly. These are just a few random thoughts on feelings and the veterinary workplace. Summary: Feelings suck. A few months ago at work a DVM started telling me all about this cute, cuddly...

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    When Veterinary Medicine Gets Personal

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    I’m standing at the treatment table, looking down at a 120 pound Bullmastiff. Her mucus membranes are pale, she is almost completely unconscious and barely breathing. Under normal circumstances, this is the kind of case that gets...

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    Making Sense of Nutritional Trends

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    As a clinician in a facility where vomiting and diarrhea top the list of presenting complaints, I find myself asking most clients “what does your pet eat?” It seems that more frequently the client will reply they are feeding some...

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    Penrose Drain Placement

    Views: 7,556 - Comments: 1

    Maree Doolan, DVM, places a penrose drain in a dog that was attacked by a larger dog. She performs a local block before drain placement and talks through where and how to place each drain.

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    Radiograph Interpretation: Linear Foreign Body

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    Alan Lipman, DVM, DACVR, discusses the identification of linear foreign bodies and important considerations for radiographic study.

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    Little Things: Tips for Better Veterinary Client Service

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    In the peak hours of our emergency hospital (DoveLewis) the wait to see a doctor or get results for diagnostics can be long. Especially when there are multiple emergencies and urgent care visits pulling staff in every directi...

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    Seizures! What Do I Do?

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    Ladan Mohammad-Zadeh, DVM, DACVECC, talks about seizure disorders, and how to manage them in your hospital and with pet owners at home. This talk is specifically RACE-approved for one DVM or one Technician CE credit.

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    RadLand: Pulmonary Infiltrates

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    A 7 year old neutered male mixed breed dog presented to DoveLewis Emergency Animal Hospital for lethargy, anorexia and respiratory distress. Physical examination revealed left sided pulmonary crackles and generally harsh lung soun...

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    Feline Ovariohysterectomy (Spay)

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    Glynis McCorkle, DVM, performs a feline ovariohysterectomy under the guidance of Coby Richter, DVM, DACVS.

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    The Little Things Matter. Be Proud of Your Work!

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    Every little thing we do's like magic Anything we do will not go wrong Every little thing we do's like magic Everywhere we go we're rockin' on Black Eyed Peas (Magic) When I read the topic suggestion for this month’s at...

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    Interview with VMD Technology

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    I recently had the pleasure of answering some interview questions for Dr. Caleb Frankel of VMD Technology about my career and how atdove.org came to be. Here are a few of those questions, and a link to the full article!How di...

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    Don’t Fear the Reefer - Marijuana Toxicity

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    Dietary indiscretion and resulting toxicities are some of the most common emergencies in veterinary medicine. Each class, and potentially each individual toxin, may present as a distinct set of clinical signs. Marijuana is one of...

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    Challenging Urethral Obstructions

    Views: 3,543 - Comments: 0

    Coby Richter, DVM, DACVS, gives a case-based presentation that covers ruptured urethras, ruptured bladders, stones that won’t budge and stones you know are there but cannot find.  This talk is specifically RACE-approved fo...

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    Five Radiographic Opacities

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    Alan Lipman, DVM, DACVR, discusses the five radiographic opacities and the diagnosis of a lipoma for a patient presenting with a mass in the retroperitoneal space.

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    I Can Help! Veterinary Training and Planning

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    As veterinary managers go, I'm a PLANNER. While flying by the seat of my pants and treating unpredictable emergencies in the DoveLewis ER is fun, in every other area I need a PLAN. I like to set my expectations based on what I thi...

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    Marijuana Toxicity

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    Megan Brashear, CVT, VTS (ECC), discusses the common clinical signs seen in Marijuana (THC) toxicity, and the common emergency treatments. This video highlights the ataxia and hyperesthesia often noted in these cases. 

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    Voiding Urohydropropulsion

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    A three-year-old, 39-pound, spayed Cocker Spaniel was referred for evaluation of a urinary tract obstruction. She had stranguria of several hours in duration. Evaluation at her primary care veterinarian’s office revealed a large,...

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    Gross ER Veterinary Stuff

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    IVECCS is coming. It’s NEXT WEEK. It’s my favorite conference of the year, even when it’s in San Antonio (river walk again?). Because it’s 4 days of emergency nerds trying to one up each other with our stories. Stories of how many...

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    Veterinary Superstition

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    I don’t feel like a particularly superstitious person. Cracks in the sidewalk get stepped on, black cats walk around me all the time, and I don’t generally notice that any given Friday was the 13th day of a month until a couple of...

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