‘critical care’

When to mechanically ventilate your patient | VetGirl Veterinary CE Podcasts

Have a dyspneic, hypoxemic, hypercapneic dog or cat? Not sure […]

The importance of PCV/TP in veterinary medicine | VETgirl Veterinary CE Blog

In today’s VETgirl online veterinary continuing education blog, we review […]

ABCs of acid-base analysis | Dr. Lisa Powell, DACVECC | VetGirl Veterinary CE Podcasts

Not sure how to interpret all those values from your […]

Lactate evaluation in GDV Patients – What’s the evidence? | VetGirl Veterinary CE Podcasts

Gastric dilatation volvulus (GDV) patients often typically present shocky, due […]

Activated charcoal: To give or not to give? | VETgirl Veterinary CE Blog

Activated Charcoal – To Give or Not To Give Decontamination […]

Pulse Oximetry | VetGirl Veterinary CE Blog

Pulse oximetry is a non-invasive method of measuring the oxygen […]

Transfusion medicine: How much blood should I give to correct the anemia? | VetGirl Veterinary CE Podcasts

Transfusion of packed red blood cells (pRBCs) is a common […]

Systolic Anterior Motion (SAM) and feline echocardiography | VetGirl Veterinary CE Blog

SAM. SAM I am. SAM I am commonly seen with […]

Managing chylothorax in dogs and cats: Can’t cure chyle? | VetGirl Veterinary CE Podcasts

Chylous effusions are produced when lymph escapes lymphatic vessels to […]

Blood Pressure Monitoring | VetGirl Veterinary CE Blog

Do you get hypertensive thinking about blood pressure (BP) in […]

Steroids and trauma: To use or not to use?

Should no animal die without the benefit of steroids?┬áLike a […]

Chest radiographs on your GDV patients: Are they worth it? | VetGirl Veterinary CE Podcasts

Chest radiographs are a common diagnostic tool used in veterinary […]