Laryngeal Paralysis in Dogs

Posted by VSS on 6 October 2022
Laryngeal paralysis is a frequently encountered respiratory condition in dogs characterised by partial to complete failure of abduction of one or both arytenoid cartilages during inspiration resulting in mechanical upper airway obstruction. The in...
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VSS Conference | VRA Member Offer

Posted on 30 September 2022
VSS Conference | VRA Member Offer
Offer to VRA members Our sixth annual VSS Conference has just been announced, and we're excited to see you all there. As a way of saying thank you to our Vet Resource Area subscribers, we've created a separate, exclusive ticketing portal...
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A Refresher on the Neurological Exam

Posted by Wendy Archipow on 19 May 2022
Wendy Archipow, BVSc, MS, DACVS-SA, Specialist in Small Animal Surgery Veterinary Specialist Services, Underwood   Neurological Exam: The neurological exam is made up of six parts: the distance exam, cranial nerve assessment, postural reac...
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Tips and Tricks of Feeding Tubes

Posted by Anita Parkin on 7 April 2022
Anita Parkin RVN, AVN, Dip (Surg & ECC), VTS (Anes & Analgesia), CVPP, TAE Veterinary Specialist Services, Jindalee QLD   Tips and Tricks of Feeding Tubes Nutrition is a very important component of patient management especially in ...
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The Vomiting Patient

Posted by Bruce Mackay on 24 March 2022
      This week, internal medicine specialist Dr Bruce Mackay has prepared a talk on ‘The Vomiting Patient’. We all see vomiting pets frequently, and Dr Mackay talks us through the history we need, the patient asses...
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