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    Licking Our Wounds: E-Collars and Client Compliance

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    Recently I’ve had a few cases of "E-collar failure" in post-op. Sure, the E-collar was sent home. ON the pet. Yes, its use was explained and justified. Yes, instructions were typed in clear fashion, read to...

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    Gallbladder Mucocele Q&A

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    For reasons unknown, gallbladder mucocele is an increasingly common cause of acute abdomen requiring emergency surgery in dogs. Because we are diagnosing and treating more of these cases, clinical experience and research on th...

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    Hiring Right the First Time

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    Monica Maxwell, SPHR, gives tips and advice on how to properly research and interview candidates to make sure you get the right fit for your practice. This talk is specifically RACE-approved for one DVM or Technician CE credi...

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    Management of Traumatic Wounds in a Cat

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    Management of patients with traumatic wounds is a common and often challenging situation. The injuries must be immediately assessed and a treatment plan made taking into account any comorbidities the patient may be experiencing. T...

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    Head Trauma with Fractures

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    A 2-year-old neutered male Irish Setter presented to an emergency clinic after leaping from a moving vehicle (estimated vehicle speed 25 mph). At presentation he exhibited multiple soft tissue and bone injuries to his face with mi...

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    Pet Sitter Emergencies: What Up With That?

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    In the years that I have been working emergency medicine I’ve noticed a disproportionate number of emergencies occurring while pets are in the care of a pet sitter. This is not to say that the pet sitters are not doing th...

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    What's That Smell? Pet Dental Health Month

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    Ah, yes, it’s dental month!! Yay! I love the smell of perio in the morning. When I know there is a Grade 4 dental coming in the next day, I am like a kid on Christmas Eve. I can’t sleep, thinking about how spectacul...

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    Feline Upper Respiratory Infection

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    Lee Herold, DVM, DACVECC, discusses common feline upper respiratory infections (URI) and how to diagnose, treat, and manage these diseases in and out of the hospital. This talk is specifically RACE-approved for one DVM or one T...

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    Radland: Collapse

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    A 12-year-old female spayed Chihuahua presented to DoveLewis for collapse and dyspnea. She had been treated for the last eight months for heart disease attributed primarily to mitral insufficiency / degenerative valvular disea...

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    I'm a Believer... in Alternative Veterinary Medicine

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    I have taken my pets to a Woo Woo doctor. There. I said it. I realize that in this day and age people are much more open to Eastern ways (acupuncture, herbs, etc) but those of us trained in Western medicine can be “challenge...

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    Vacuum Assisted (VAC) Wound Therapy

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    Coby Richter, DVM, DACVS, explains Vacuum Assisted Wound Closure (VAC Therapy) and its applications for veterinary patients. A case study is included. Vacuum assisted wound closure (VAC), also referred to as negative pressure w...

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    Controlled Substances

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    Megan Brashear, CVT, VTS (ECC), discusses DoveLewis’ controlled drug policy and the steps taken before administering any controlled substances to a patient. Download Controlled Substance Checklist Download Controlled Substan...

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    Negatory

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    I won't fail, I won't flop, Stall or stutter yes I won't stop, It takes hard work, to be like this, (You should know) cause I'm a perfectionist Run DMC (Perfection) Negative can be a great thing in v...

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    Checklists: A Tool to Improve Function

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    Many of the tasks we perform daily in veterinary medicine are systematic--we perform physical exams in the same sequence every time, we chart notes in a SOAP format, we generate diagnostic and therapeutic plans based on differenti...

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    Pentobarbital Toxicity

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    A 3-year-old male neutered Labrador retriever presented to his regular veterinarian in the afternoon for an acute onset of severe ataxia and dysphoria. He had been normal earlier in the morning. A horse had been euthanized two...

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    Acetaminophen Toxicity

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    On the list of toxic items to dogs and cats, I think every veterinary professional and probably a large portion of pet owners all know that acetaminophen (Tylenol®) is toxic to pets (there is a therapeutic dose for dogs but it is...

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    Interpreting PCV/TS

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    Performing a packed cell volume (PCV) and total solids is one of the easiest tests performed in a veterinary hospital. Almost all team members can perform a PCV/TS (total solids), but how many of them are comfortable interpret...

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    The Lab Who Ate the Sun

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    A 9-year-old male neutered retriever presented to DoveLewis with a primary complaint of tremors. His owners reported that he had ingested the sun from a homemade play dough (50% salt and 50% flour) solar system earlier in the day....

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    Site Update: Quiz Feature

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    Due to popular demand, we have added a super-useful new feature:When a member watches any video, they can now take a short quiz at the end! Once they pass the quiz they have the option to forward their proof of completion to their...

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    Improving the Patient Experience

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    As clinical staff, veterinary technicians are often challenged to fill a diverse range of roles in providing care to their patients. We receive extensive training and continuing education to hone our medical skills and may even da...

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    Thoracocentesis (Thoracentesis)

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    3rd year Critical Care Resident Mitch Fults, DVM, explains and performs a thoracocentesis (thoracentesis) on a dog.

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    PROJECT POTLUCK: Not Just A Social Stigma Anymore

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    Low morale may be an unwelcome guest in every workplace, but is undeniably present in most job places at some point or another. It can be a chore to boost morale, but can also be especially challenging in a critical care ER hos...

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    Radland: Swollen Toes

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    A 12-year-old DMH feline presented to DoveLewis with a two week history of difficult ambulation. The distal aspect of the digits of all four limbs were severely swollen, painful and appeared necrotic. There was exudate involving t...

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    Temporary Tracheostomy

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    Lee Herold, DVM, DACVECC, performs a temporary tracheostomy on a patient with an upper airway obstruction.

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    How DoveLewis Made Me Grinchy

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    The holidays approach. Every year they come. And every year I force myself to embrace them. A little history. I used to be that annoying holiday cheer person. I would not only listen to, but sing along to Christmas music in the...

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    Another Q+A: Showing Emotion In Front of Owners

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    Q: Is showing emotion in front of owners good or bad? We have a lot of long-time clients, and we see their pets as babies, adults and geriatric patients. It is really difficult to not cry when euthanizing a pet w...

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    Veterinary "I Never" Game

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    The other night, some of the doctors and I played "I will never do". It’s a little like the "I never" game where someone says something that they have never done and then those that have done that are sup...

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    Case Study: Anticoagulent Rodenticide Toxicity

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    A nine-year-old neutered male, 5.5kg Bichon Frise presented for evaluation with an initial complaint of decreased appetite, lethargy and potential oral hemorrhage noted after grooming. The dog had no significant medical history re...

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    PEG Tube Placement

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    Ashley Magee, DVM, DACVS, and 3rd year Critical Care resident Cheryl Trempala place a percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy tube (PEG) tube in a cat.

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    Basic Physical Exam Feline

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    Sarah Tauber, DVM, demonstrates how to perform a basic physical exam on a cat.

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    Liver Lobectomy in Two Dogs

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    Liver lobectomy is performed in veterinary patients for many reasons ranging from removing traumatized or abscessed lobes, to biopsy and removal of solitary neoplasms. While many types of liver neoplasia have an aggressive nature...

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    The Other Side of the Exam Table

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    Over the last month I’ve been entirely consumed by my year-old cat’s rapid progression down the FLUTD path of horrors. After four deobstructions and five hospitalizations, I agreed to have Dr. Magee (one of our surgeons) perform a...

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    Random Surgeon Tips #2

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    Last week during surgery I commented that pre-placing interrupted mattress sutures around opposing ribs allows for excellent apposition while maintaining just the right amount of tension along the length of the ribs. However, i...

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    Traumatic Proptosis

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    In our everyday lives, it is not unusual to encounter people who are interested in and awed by our jobs as veterinarians. I was once at my physician’s office, and he relayed a story out of curiosity and (I suspect) to ferret out t...

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    Random Surgeon Tips #1

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    When ligating a vessel in preparation for transection, it is ideal to place a clamp on the side that will be removed to save you the time of tying a ligature that will ultimately end up in the trash. However, sometimes it is...

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    Blood Transfusion Basics

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    Lee Herold, DVM, DACVECC, discusses blood types, blood components, and monitoring for transfusion reactions. This talk is specifically RACE-approved for one DVM or one Technician CE credit.

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    Canine Stump Pyometra

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    A one-year-old female spayed Labrador presented to the referring veterinarian for 24 hours of inappetence, polydipsia and diarrhea. She was adopted the day before from a rescue organization. The dog had been spayed three weeks ear...

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    Take That Syringe Out of Your Mouth!

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    Some habits are tough to quit. Chewing your fingernails, picking the olives off your pizza, incessant channel surfing - they can be challenging to stop. As safety manager for our hospital, I can now recognize how tough it is to...

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    Talking to Children About Pet Death

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    The death of a beloved family pet is often a child’s first experience with loss. This sad event, when handled in a sensitive manner, is an opportunity to create a healthy foundation for future losses. There is no perfec...

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    Rigid Rhinoscopy

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    Lee Herold, DVM, DACVECC, performs a rigid rhinoscopy on a dog with bilateral nasal discharge.

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    Brachial Plexus Block

    Views: 6,416 - Comments: 5

    Kristin Spring, CVT, VTS (ECC, Anes.), CVPP, discusses a brachial plexus block; how to set up and perform the block, and which nerves will be pain-free after the block is performed.

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    Demystifying the Anesthetic Ventilator

    Views: 18,088 - Comments: 2

    Some of the most common questions I am asked involve the anesthetic ventilator. I hear everything from "How do I use it?" to "I am afraid of it," to "We have one, but no one knows how to use it."  What a shame! I am here to t...

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    The Bloods, Crips, and Basil

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    I get to meet some very interesting people on my ER overnight shifts. I realize that my role is often that of an educator – but frequently I learn something from them. I recall one client. He was homeless. After I i...

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    The Good, Bad and Ugly

    Views: 2,753 - Comments: 1

    Monica Maxwell, SPHR, and Megan Brashear, CVT, VTS(ECC), discuss case summaries of employee management. This talk is specifically RACE-approved for one DVM or one Technician CE credit. This course has been approved by th...

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    Leptospirosis Isolation Protocol

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    Leptospirosis is a zoonotic disease caused by a gram negative spirochete. Cases of Leptospirosis were historically found in sporting and working dogs with access to standing pools of water and open fields frequented by rodents. Th...

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    Antegrade Pyelogram

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    Ladan Mohammad-Zadeh, DVM, DACVECC, and Alan Lipman, DVM, DACVR, perform an antegrade pyelogram on a dog to diagnose a ureteral obstruction.

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    Sandbox Wars

    Views: 4,425 - Comments: 2

    Petty arguments between staff can sometimes make you feel like you’re back in the sandbox fighting over toys. Monica Maxwell, SPHR, helps you identify problem personalities and gives tips on how to deal with these sandbox war...

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    Fee Setting

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    Setting prices for your services can be a daunting challenge. Rona Amadon, CPA, and Christy Michael, BVMS, discuss the science behind fee setting and give you tips for your own practice. This talk is specifically RACE-appr...

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    Weekend With CRRT

    Views: 1,747 - Comments: 2

    I love a challenge. Really, truly, seriously. I thrive when placed in situations where the stakes are high and the cost of failure, daunting. Often, I find myself approaching a challenge too far inside my own head, not recogniz...

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    Did You See This Headline Recently?

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    NYC veterinarian busted for allegedly dumping dead pets along road. Full disclosure – I don’t know all of details. I am willing to presume innocence until proven guilty. This headline mostly made me think abou...

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