President-Elect Pam Nichols, DVM, reflects on the benefits of accreditation in light of her newly opened, newly accredited hospital, Animal Care Daybreak. Also, a new eLearning course on spay and neuter recommendations; Dear AAHA answers a question on radiology machine inspections; and an intro to your MX team.
Understanding the concept of veterinary anesthesia can be daunting, as it is constantly evolving with advances in medicine. However, anesthesia patient monitoring is practical, attainable, and required for maintaining best practices.
Now more than ever, the wide range of integrative modalities is beginning to make significant contributions to veterinary healthcare. These techniques can be combined with conventional approaches to offer noninvasive strategies, such as massage therapy, to facilitate the return of function and mobility, and to aid in the process of healing.
In the summer of 2019, Janice Huntingford, DVM, DACVSMR, was asked to teach continuing education classes on canine rehabilitation and pain management in China and Taiwan. She was not unsure of the subject matter, just the language barrier and the details veterinary medicine in China.
Five variables to properly quantify your social media return on investment.
Hurricanes, torrential rain, flooding, hail, high winds, tornadoes, heat waves, brownouts, power failures, wildfires. If you’re in North America, summer is sure to send something your way. You have insurance to protect the building and its contents. A disaster plan to safeguard staff and animals. How’s your computer system?
Ellie, an eight-year-old, female spayed Chihuahua cross was attacked by a rottweiler breed. Five days after initial treatment, she presented with lethargy and wound breakdown and was referred to a specialty practice.
There is no doubt that student debt is a top concern among veterinarians. Not only is the amount of debt climbing at a dizzying pace, but the multiple available repayment options are difficult to understand and navigate. Read about all of your options!