VETgirl Blog: chocolate
Jul 7, 2017
Vomiting Pearls for Veterinary Practice | VETgirl Veterinary Continuing Education Blog
In this VETgirl online veterinary continuing education blog, Dr. Pachtinger discusses the importance of decontamination of the poisoned veterinary patient. When should you induce emesis? Decontamination is a frequent therapy used in veterinary medicine for the poisoned patient. From toxins to tampons, from chocolate to condoms, from silica to socks…small animal patients eat silly things!
Sep 25, 2015
Top 5 poisons to induce emesis in the veterinary poisoned patient | VETgirl Veterinary CE Blog
Top 5 poisons to induce emesis in the veterinary poisoned patientDr. Justine Lee, DVM, DACVECC, DABT When it comes to common toxicants that dogs and cats get into, make sure you know when to appropriately decontaminate your veterinary patient. In veterinary medicine, the primary treatment for toxicant exposure should be decontamination and detoxification of the
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