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May 2019 marks Veterinary Nursing Awareness month. To celebrate it we spoke to three of our nursing staff about their job and how they got into them.
Exciting news! Our cardiovascular interventional service is expanding and can now offer minimal invasive, interventional closure of intra-hepatic portosystemic shunts.
The “popcorn-like” appearance was typical of a multi-lobular tumour of bone (multilobular osteochondrosarcoma), consistent with the histopathological diagnosis.
STEPHANIE BEST is one of our animal hydrotherapists who has placed second with her collie Rio at Crufts in agility. Here is her incredible performance she has shared with us.
Extracorporeal shockwaves are acoustic waves of high pressure and velocity, which differ from ultrasound waves due to the lower frequency and non-thermal production.
First ever Resident of the European College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation
SCVS announce the start of its student veterinary nurse program
Correction of a forelimb deformity in young dogs
‘Queen Anne legs’ is a term used to describe a certain form of deformity of the forelimbs between the elbows and wrists…
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Manual bagging (squeezing the reservoir bag to create positive pressure ventilation) is a procedure that is very commonly performed...
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...
The cardiology department at Southern Counties Veterinary Specialists has been offering a minimal invasive, interventional cardiology service for 8 years...
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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