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Orthotics, Prosthetics Move Beyond DIY

Though the field of orthotics and prosthetics is young, the science and development of equipment is evolving. Find out the latest.

New Therapies Take Hold in Fight Against Cancer

Veterinary oncologists, take a look: A host of emerging therapies are coming to treat pet cancer.

How Great a Surgeon Are You?

Here are 10 signs to look for.

Straight Talk About NSAID Controversies

Many controversies surround the proper use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). We look into it.

Cannabis for Intractable Epilepsy

If cannabis has a place in epilepsy treatment, more research needs to be performed.

How Pesticide Cocktails can Taint Natural Herbs

The safety and purity of traditional medicines are a growing concern in a world of unscrupulous production.

Why Administering Alfaxalone Requires A Bit of Education

Find out everything you need to know about this drug that recently hit the U.S. veterinary market.

What ‘One Health’ Is Missing

This movement fails to mention the most widely practice treatments: native healing practices and integrative medicine.

The promises and perils of St. John’s wort

Are your clients giving your patients herbal supplements before procedures? Here's why this can be bad.

How to Diagnose and Treat Uroabdomen Cases

Most uroabdomen cases are caused by blunt trauma to the abdomen.

4 Myths About Acupuncture

Learn the myths and facts behind acupuncture.

3 Halloweenish but Preventable Horror Stories

Some scary things can happen in your practice. Avoid them with these tips.

Why You Should Go Back to the Basics to Heal Wounds

Skip shortcuts and put away the goop: When it comes to wound care, the basics are best.

Why You Should Wake up to the Realities of Anesthesia

Knowing how a drug works, its effects and any side effects can improve the safety of veterinary anesthesia.

Is Plasma The Future Of Veterinary Medicine?

A case for cold plasma medicine was made—and rewarded—at the KC Animal Health Corridor Investment Forum.

A Look at Veterinary Patient Warming Systems

As animal surgical procedures become longer and more complex, the industry is rising to meet the demand for the next generation of patient warming systems.

Vets Say Why they Use Laser Therapy

Veterinarians weigh in on why they offer laser therapy and how they use it.

Acupuncture and Sepsis

Unless sepsis is on your radar, you might well miss it.

Merck Releases 12-Week Flea, Tick Medicine

Bravecto (fluralaner) tablets for dogs kill fleas and multiple tick species for 12 weeks in a single dose.

How To Perform A Thorough Oral Examination

Find out how to exam a dog with oral bleeding from a tongue laceration.

The Anesthetized Intraoral Examination

A comprehensive oral examination requires anesthesia to obtain a complete assessment of oral health and disease.
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