May 31st 2022
Tulathromycin injection is an option for bovine respiratory disease, and other conditions
February 1st 2022
The electronic SenseHub Feedlot from Merck Animal Health is designed to find sickness earlier and more accurately than alternative methods might provide.
May 12th 2021
A growing number of veterinarians endorse the idea of vaccinating against both canine infectious respiratory disease complex and canine influenza virus. Here’s why.
April 24th 2020
Trupanion reports no increase in respiratory-related pet insurance claims.
February 29th 2020
Five researchers will each receive $15,000 to continue their investigations on respiratory conditions in horses.
Equine intra-articular therapy (Proceedings)
Guidelines for equine intra-articular therapy
Localization of the pulmonary problem (Proceedings)
Evaluation of the pet with respiratory disease may be challenging.
Managing pleural effusions (Proceedings)
The pleural space is defined as the area between the lungs and the chest wall.
Feline upper respiratory syndrome (Proceedings)
Feline upper respiratory infection (URI) is perhaps the most frustrating illness facing shelter veterinarians, managers and staff.
Chest trauma (Proceedings)
Traumatic thoracic injuries are prevalent in small animals, particularly in dogs.
Useful procedures in respiratory medicine (Proceedings)
Treating animals with respiratory distress may be very challenging.
Cough is a common presenting complaint for dogs and, to a lesser extent, cats.
Pulmonary edema (Proceedings)
Pulmonary edema is defined as the accumulation of abnormal amount of extravascular lung water.
Using blood gases in practice (Proceedings)
Blood gas, electrolyte and lactate analysis are very useful in management of the ill or injured dog or cat. Knowledge of normal values and what they indicate can help improve patient care and understanding of the pathophysiological changes accompanying critical illness.
Feline respiratory distress (Proceedings)
Cats with respiratory distress represent a significant diagnostic and therapeutic challenge to the small animal veterinarian.
Respiratory emergencies in the ICU (Proceedings)
Respiratory emergencies should always be triaged quickly and with precision.
Medical management of respiratory distress following trauma (Proceedings)
Initial triage evaluation of the post-trauma patient should include a careful evaluation of respiratory function.
Oxygen supplementation and airway management (Proceedings)
Oxygen delivery to the tissues must be prioritized in any critical patient.
Nasal examination and aspergillosis (Proceedings)
Nasal problems are a frequent reason for seeking veterinary care.
Respiratory complications of critical illness (Proceedings)
Respiratory dysfunction commonly occurs as a sequela of critical illness in dogs and cats.
Managing puppies with pneumonia (Proceedings)
Puppies are often physiologically stressed by changes in ownership and new environments.
Understanding and treating feline asthma (Proceedings)
Feline asthma arises from a heterogeneous and poorly characterized group of conditions of the bronchi.
What in the world is in those lungs? A review of pulmonary patterns (Proceedings)
Before we can start begin to review abnormalities in the lungs lets first do a review of normal anatomy.
Medical management of upper airway obstruction in dogs (Proceedings)
Dogs and cats with partial or complete upper airway obstruction can present with varying degrees of dyspnea.
Managing the coughing dog (Proceedings)
Coughing is a common presentation in small animal practice, which can be caused by either heart or respiratory tract disease.
Rational antibiotic choices for bacterial pneumonia in dogs (Proceedings)
Antibiotic therapy is obviously one of the most important modes by which bacterial infections are treated, and the lungs are no exception.
Treating canine bacterial pneumonia: Beyond antibiotics (Proceedings)
In most patients with pneumonia, antibiotic therapy should be considered part of an overall management scheme, rather than the only treatment.
Respiratory monitoring under anesthesia (Proceedings)
Every cell in the body needs a constant supply of oxygen to produce energy to grow, repair or replace itself and to maintain normal vital functions.
Capture that airway: Everything you need to know about endotracheal tubes and difficult intubations (Proceedings)
Endotracheal tubes are usually made from silicone, polyvinyl chloride (PVC) plastic or red rubber.
Respiratory diseases of small mammals (Proceedings)
Respiratory diseases in small mammals can be challenging. Although anatomy is similar, there are variations in anatomy that can predispose to certain diseases, or can interfere with interpretation of test results.
Inhalant therapy: Finding its place in small-animal practice
The use of inhaled respiratory medications in dogs and cats is becoming more common.
Swine flu: 20 human cases confirmed in the United States
Atlanta - The number of confirmed swine flu cases in the United States climbed to 20 as the outbreak continues to take on greater proportions in Mexico.
Small airway disease: Bronchitis in dogs and cats (Proceedings)
Bronchial obstruction can develop due to inflammatory infiltrates (eosinophils, neutrophils, or macrophages) or hypertrophy of bronchial tissues.
Feline upper respiratory infection is perhaps the most frustrating illness facing shelter veterinarians, managers and staff.
Pleural space/mediastinal disease (Proceedings)
Air within the mediastinum may be the result of spontaneous rupture, trauma, or the result of diagnostic or therapeutic interventions.
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