‘emergency critical care’

January 27, 2014: Treatment of the yellow cat (2 hrs)

Veterinary NSAIDS: Friend vs. foe? | VetGirl Veterinary CE Podcasts

Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) provide analgesia by altering the body’s […]

Early goal directed therapy: Goals of treatment in veterinary medicine

The use of goal directed therapy (GDT) is prevalent in […]

Aortic thromboembolism in dogs

Although more common in cats, aortic thromboembolism (ATE) can be […]

Seizures following head trauma in dogs

Post-traumatic seizures (PTS) are complications that are seen following head […]

Steroids in head trauma: Contraindicated or indicated?

The use of steroids in head trauma is a hot […]

Xylitol poisoning in dogs | VetGirl Veterinary CE Podcasts

Xylitol, a natural, sugar-free sweetener, is becoming more prevalent in […]

Lispro insulin in veterinary medicine: Short-acting insulin in dogs and cats

Diabetes mellitus is a common endocrine disease in dogs and […]

Canine Specific Albumin (CSA): Does it help with colloid osmotic pressure (COP)?

Albumin is the primary determinate of colloid osmotic pressure (COP). […]

Acute kidney injury and hemodialysis: What’s the prognosis?

Intermittent hemodialysis (IHD) is an accepted method for acute kidney […]

Glucagon Therapy for Hypoglycemia – What you should know! | VetGirl Veterinary CE Podcasts

Glucagon is a hormone secreted by the pancreas that raises […]

Impedence threshold device use in CPR | VetGirl Veterinary CE Podcasts

The impedance threshold device (ITD) is a device which attaches […]