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Canine Intestinal Evisceration

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Chance, a 4 ½ year old male neutered border collie was referred to DoveLewis for emergency evaluation and treatment of an intestinal evisceration injury that had occurred when the dog fell 15 feet from a cliff to a ledge while on a trip in the Columbia Gorge area. Chance could not walk and was hoisted to safety with a rope. At that point, evisceration of intestines was apparent. Luckily several veterinarians were at the site and able to immediately cover the contaminated segments so that Chance could be transported to a local hospital.

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Technician & Assistant Basics

  • Interpreting PCV/TS
  • Fluid Therapy
  • Tips for Handling Small Dogs

Surgery & Anesthesia

  • Perianesthetic Hypothermia
  • Be Prepared to Make Decisions in Surgery
  • Practicing Safer Anesthesia

Client Communication

  • Lobby Communication Etiquette 
  • Ask the Right Questions
  • Communication in Crisis

Treatments & Procedures

  • Endotracheal Wash: Setting Up for Success
  • Implementing Triage
  • Respiratory Distress: Emergency Treatment

Feline Retrobulbar Cellulitis

A 10-year-old male neutered domestic shorthair feline presented with a 24-hour history of exophthalmia and chemosis OD. On exam the patient was normo-thermic with a temperature of 101.5 with a normal heart rate and respiratory rate. OD exam revealed moderate exophthalmia, chemosis, small amount serous to mucoid discharge and significantly decreased ability to retropulse the right eye compared with the left. No nasal discharge was appreciated.

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