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To bag or not to bag...

To bag or not to bag...

...that is the question!

Manual bagging (squeezing the reservoir bag to create positive pressure ventilation) is a procedure that is very commonly performed...

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Feline Meningioma

Feline Meningioma

Meningioma account for over 50% of all neoplasms of the CNS in cats and are typically seen in older cats over 10 years of age. Meningioma arise from neoplastic arachnoid cap...

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Case Study from the New C-Arm

Case Study from the New C-Arm

The cardiology department at Southern Counties Veterinary Specialists has been offering a minimal invasive, interventional cardiology service for 8 years...

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IMTP in a cat

IMTP in a cat

Simba, a 3 year old MN DSH was referred for further investigation of pale mucous membranes and petechiae of his gums. He was an indoor, outdoor cat who had been well until he...

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Thoracic Wall Resection

Thoracic Wall Resection

A Load Off Berkeley’s Chest – Thoracic Wall Resection and Reconstruction Following Excision of a Chondroblastic Osteosarcoma of a Rib in a 14-Year-Old Cat...

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Rehabilitation for THR

Rehabilitation for THR

Hip dysplasia is the most commonly diagnosed orthopaedic problem in the growing dog. The disease is multifactorial with breed, lifestyle and diet all playing a part...

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Diagnostic Approach to Otitis

Diagnostic Approach to Otitis

Otitis externa, inflammation of the external ear canal, with or without middle ear involvement, is very common in dogs and quite common in cats...

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Multiple Metacarpal Fractures

Multiple Metacarpal Fractures

Metacarpal and metatarsal fractures are common traumatic injuries in dogs and cats. Meaning and methods of surgical repair can be found in this article...

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Encephalitis: Unknown Etiology

Encephalitis: Unknown Etiology

Encephalitis Case Study: A four-year-old female Labrador Retriever was presented to SCVS depressive, vomiting intermittently and her gait becoming progressively uncoordinated...

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Use of TOE

Use of TOE

Veterinary experience with the use of transoesophageal echocardiography (TOE) has continued to rapidly grow since it was first described in dogs and cats in the 1990s...

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A Case of Diabetes Insipidus

A Case of Diabetes Insipidus

Diabetes Insipidus Case Study: An 8 year-old female neutered Staffordshire Bull Terrier referred for episodes of sporadic fainting/collapsing...

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Airway Management Part 2

Airway Management Part 2

There is a wide variety of equipment available to aid intubation. The most common of these will be discussed in this section...

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