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Updates in the Management of the Small Animal Patient with

traumatic intervertebral disk herniation, spinal cord parenchymal contusions, and extra-axial hemorrhage) are also common, with an estimated incidence rate of 14 % in cats and 9% in dogs based on the information from single-center retrospective studies.2,3 The causes of neurologic trauma in dogs and cats include motor ...

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Evaluation of thoracic trauma in dogs and cats: a review of

postpneumonectomy syndrome. Three dogs and a cat died during treatment management. The necropsies revealed that the animals had pulmonary artery and tracheobronchial ruptures. The cat also had sudden onset cardiac arrest during surgery. In conclusion, cases with thoracic trauma should be assessed closely and.

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2015 AAHA/AAFP Pain Management Guidelines for Dogs and Cats*

The robust advances in pain management for companion animals underlie the decision of AAHA and AAFP to expand on the information provided in the 2007 AAHA/AAFP Pain Management Guidelines for Dogs and Cats. The 2015 guidelines .... conditions (e.g., nerve injury, severe tissue trauma, or presence of pre-existing ...

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Bite Wounds in Dogs and Cats

The true incidence of dog and cat bites is unknown but dog bite wounds were responsible for 10% of canine admissions to an emergency service in one study. In spite of the frequency of bite wounds, there remains little objective information to guide veterinarians= management of these injuries. This article reviews the local ...

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Traumatic Diaphragmatic Herniation: Pathophysiology and

Mar 2, 2005 ... diaphragmatic hernias ranged from 52% to 88%. Approximately 15% of ani- mals died before surgical intervention, and after excluding these animals, the mean survival rate for surgery was 79% for dogs and 74% for cats.7,20. Early studies on the surgical management of traumatic diaphragmatic her-.

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Evaluation and treatment of the head trauma patient

Brain injury in dogs and cats is most frequently caused by road traffic accidents, but can also be due to falls, kicks, gunshot wounds and animal bites. Appropriate management of patients with head trauma remains a controversial area in veterinary medicine because of a lack of retrospective studies evaluating treatment ...

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Dealing with Accidents and Emergencies

Traumatic head injuries in cats • How I approach… Canine ocular emergencies • Emergency visits to primary care veterinary hospitals • Emergency management of open fractures •. Penetrating injuries in dogs • Gastric dilatation and volvulus • Thoracic trauma • Cut-out and keep guide... Pain assessment in the dog: the ...

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AAHA/AAFP Pain Management Guidelines for Dogs & Cats

Sep 3, 2007 ... 43. AAHA/AAFP Pain Management Guidelines For Dogs & Cats. 237. Table 1. Definitions Associated with Pain and Pain Management. Type of Pain. Definition. Adaptive pain—inflammatory*. Spontaneous pain and hypersensitivity to pain in response to tissue damage and inflammation. Occurs with tissue ...

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Management of Acetaminophen and Ibuprofen Toxicoses in Dogs

Management of Acetaminophen and Ibuprofen Toxicoses in Dogs and Cats ... Centrilobular necrosis is the most common form of hepatocellular damage seen with acetaminophen toxicity.1,9. Liver necrosis is considered to be less common with cats than with dogs.10 Large doses of acetaminophen can also.

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Initial management of the trauma patient

boluses of up to 22ml/kg in the dog and 5-10ml/kg in the cat. If both crystalloids and colloids are administered, these doses should be decreased. As oxygen delivery is diminished in animals in shock, oxygen therapy should also be started as soon as possible. Analgesia of the trauma patient is important not only because of ...

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Acute liver failure in dogs and cats

Diagnosis – A patient may be deemed to be in ALF when there is a progression of acute liver injury with no known previous ..... no specific therapy for canine adenovirus infection, and treatment is supportive.33. Cats. Idiopathic hepatic lipidosis. Cats are prone to forming hepatic lipid vacuoles that may be idiopathic or ...

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Idiopathic Chylothorax in Dogs and Cats: Nonsurgical and Surgical

Idiopathic Chylothorax in Dogs and Cats: Nonsurgical and Surgical Management differences in the etiology (traumatic versus idiopathic) of chylo- thorax. Pharmaceutical treatment of idiopathic chylothorax with furo- semide or corticosteroids has been described anecdotally, but scientific evidence demonstrating the benefit ...

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Hypothermia and targeted temperature management in cats and dogs

people, dogs, and cats, as well as the application of therapeutic hypothermia in clinical medicine. Etiology – Hypothermia may be a primary or secondary condition, and may be due to environmental exposure, illness, medications, anesthesia, or trauma. Hypothermia has been applied therapeutically in human medicine.

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Guidelines for the Identification, Evaluation, and Management of

Diagnosis and management of hypertension in the ... veterinarians with guidelines regarding the pathophysiology, diagnosis, or treatment of animal diseases. .... subsequent hypertensive damage,79 there is presently no justification for treating white-coat hypertension in dogs or cats. Anxiety-induced increases in BP can ...

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Guidelines for the Identification, Evaluation, and Management of

Management of Systemic Hypertension in Dogs and Cats. Next meeting: http:// www.acvim.org/. Reprinted in the IVIS website with the permission of the ACVIM ..... subsequent hypertensive damage,79 there is presently no justification for treating white-coat hypertension in dogs or cats. Anxiety-induced increases in BP can ...

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Traumatic urinary bladder injuries in small animals

intervention, while others will require a combined management intervention. Key words: Injuries, review, small animals, traumatic, urinary bladder. INTRODUCTION. Trauma of lower urinary tract is frequently recognized in veterinary patients and is the most common cause of uroperitoneum in cats, dogs , and humans ...

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Management of Acute Postoperative Pain in Dogs and Cats

contact [email protected] Recommended Citation. Kuchinka, G. D. and Riedesel, D. H. (1994) "Management of Acute Postoperative Pain in Dogs and Cats," Iowa State University. Veterinarian: Vol. ... role in inducing pain after inflammation, trauma, bone tumors, and chronic ischemia.2o Injury to tissue, whether before or.

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Clinical Mgmt of Military Working Dogs Combined

Mar 19, 2012 ... Joint Theater Trauma System Clinical Practice Guideline. Guideline Only/Not a Substitute for Clinical Judgment. March 2012. Page 1 of 106. Clinical Management of Military Working Dogs. CLINICAL MANAGEMENT OF MILITARY WORKING DOGS. Original Release/Approval 15 Apr 2011. Note: This CPG ...

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Arrhythmias in Dogs & Cats

in dogs and cats and outlines recommended treatment protocols. TOP 5. TOP 5 Arrhythmias Seen in. Dogs & Cats. 1. Sinus arrhythmia. 2. Atrial fibrillation. 3. Ventricular ... In dogs, the goal of treatment is typically to slow the ventricular response rate to a target ... dog with vehicular trauma showing an initial accelerated idio-.

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CORNEAL OPACITIES IN DOGS & CATS

Treatment involves emergency surgical support—either conjunctival grafting or placement of a third eyelid flap.4,5. In ammatory Cell In ltration a yellow, green, or tan corneal stromal opacity suggests white blood cell (Wbc) infiltration, which. FIGURE 2. Diffuse corneal edema in a dog with a penetrating corneal cat claw injury ...

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