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Determining an optimum propofol infusion rate for induction of anaesthesia in healthy dogs: a randomized clinical trial

K. Walters, K. Lehnus, N.-C. Liu and S.E. Bigby | Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia | January 2022
The aim of this randomised, blinded, clinical trial, carried out in a veterinary school hospital in the United Kingdom, was to determine an optimum infusion rate of propofol that permitted rapid tracheal intubation while minimising the duration of postinduction apnoea in healthy dogs…

Outcomes of dogs undergoing surgery for gastric dilatation volvulus after rapid versus prolonged medical stabilization

E. Lhuillery, L. Velay, S. Libermann, K. Le Boedec, A. Gautherot, L. Bonneau, E. Mongellas, K. Harris and S. Etchepareborde | Veterinary Surgery | January 2022
The aim of this prospective study was to compare the outcomes of dogs with gastric dilatation volvulus (GDV) treated surgically after rapid versus prolonged stabilisation…

Surgery on the dog in veterinary clinic

Incidence of and risk factors for surgical site infection following canine limb amputation

A.R. Billas, J.A. Grimes, D.L. Hollenbeck, V.M. Dickerson, M.L. Wallace and C.W. Schmiedt | Veterinary Surgery | April 2022
The objective of this retrospective study was to identify the prevalence of postoperative surgical site infection (SSI) and risk factors for SSI in dogs following limb amputation…

Prospective cohort study of the association between early lactation mastitis and the presence of sole ulcers in dairy cows

C. Watson, M. Barden, B.E. Griffiths, A. Anagnostopoulos, H. M. Higgins, C. Bedford, S. Carter, A. Psifidi, G. Banos and G. Oikonomou | Vet Record | February 2022
The main aim of this prospective cohort study was to investigate the association between clinical mastitis (CM) in the first 30 days in milk (DIM) and presence of sole ulcers (SU) in dairy cows in early lactation…

Retrospective study of the prevalence of factors contributing to successful standing at first attempt in horses recovering from general anesthesia

C. de Miguel Garcia, L. Campoy, S.A. Parry, M. Martin-Flores and R.D. Gleed | Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia | November 2021
The aim of this retrospective study was to identify factors associated with successful or unsuccessful attempts to stand in horses following general anaesthesia…

Feline blood pressure measurement: when is it needed?

S.Caney | Companion Animal | December 2021
This clinical review article provides a clear overview of systemic hypertension and blood pressure measurement in the cat…

Using psychopharmacology in the treatment of problem behaviours in dogs and cats

C. Warnes | UK-Vet Companion Animal | October 2021
This review article, written by a veterinary behaviourist, provides an overview of some of the behaviourally-active drugs that are used to treat dogs and cats in the UK and discusses some of the factors that need to be considered when using medication as part of behaviour modification in cats and dogs…

A prospective, randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blinded clinical trial comparing the incidence and severity of gastrointestinal adverse events in dogs with cancer treated with piroxicam alone or in combination with omeprazole or famotidine

M.H. Shaevitz, G.E. Moore and C.M. Fulkerson | Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association | August 2021
The aim of this randomised placebo-controlled, double-blinded trial, which was carried at a Veterinary Teaching Hospital in the United States and funded by the Veterinary Cancer Society’s Resident Research Award, was to assess the impact of prophylactic administration of omeprazole or famotidine on the incidence and severity of gastrointestinal (GI) adverse events (AEs) in dogs with cancer treated with piroxicam…

Factors that cause bandage complications in equines and how they can be resolved

C.M. Bennett | UK-Vet Equine | July 2021
This review article discusses the various factors that need to be considered to prevent and resolve bandage complications in equines…

Outcomes of nine cats with urinary retention after sacrocaudal luxation managed with long-term urinary diversion

M. Garcia, C. Dumartinet, F. Bernard and A. Bernardé | Veterinary Surgery | August 2021
The aim of this retrospective case series was to document the outcomes of cats with urinary retention following sacrocaudal luxation managed by long-term cystostomy. The study was carried out at the ‘contributing institution’, which is taken to be the authors’ workplace, the Centre Hospitalier Vétérinaire St Martin in France…