Treatment of equine sarcoids
Below are abstracts and links to two articles on the treatment of equine sarcoids using either imiquimod or aciclovir cream: Imiquimod is an immune response modifier with potent antiviral and antitum...
Emma Lagerlow 1:06pm February 3rd, 2016
Use of oral trazodone for sedation in cats
Resistance to transportation and stressful veterinary visits are major causes for a decrease in feline veterinary care. Few options exist for oral sedatives to reduce cats’ anxiety prior to v...
Emma Lagerlow 2:14pm January 28th, 2016
Antimicrobial use in foals: Do we need to change how we think?
As clinicians, a vet's primary aim is always to save the individual animal, and for this reason, the use of broad-spectrum antimicrobial therapy to treat neonatal sepsis will remain a high priority. H...
Emma Lagerlow 1:51pm January 7th, 2016
Canine tracheal collapse
Tracheal collapse occurs most commonly in middle-aged, small breed dogs. Clinical signs are usually proportional to the degree of collapse, ranging from mild airway irritation and paroxysmal coughing ...
Emma Lagerlow 12:01pm January 7th, 2016
Antimicrobial stewardship: Time for change
Antimicrobials are an essential part of modern equine practice; imagining clinical practice without them seems far fetched, yet antimicrobial resistance is an escalating problem for all healthcare p...
Emma Lagerlow 12:55pm January 4th, 2016