Lesley King, MVB, DACVECC, DACVIM
Initial triage evaluation of the post-trauma patient should include a careful evaluation of respiratory function.
Oxygen delivery to the tissues must be prioritized in any critical patient.
Respiratory dysfunction commonly occurs as a sequela of critical illness in dogs and cats.
Puppies are often physiologically stressed by changes in ownership and new environments.
Feline asthma arises from a heterogeneous and poorly characterized group of conditions of the bronchi.
Dogs and cats with partial or complete upper airway obstruction can present with varying degrees of dyspnea.
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