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a lot more to shock the physicians of the future, such as what is seen routinely in a hospital emergency room, than seeing an anesthetized animal. Regardless of the lack of emotional development that such students may exhibit, the concluding

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the type and quantity of information collected during emergency room visits. Primary and secondary prevention strategies and the expected implementation challenges were identified. We predicted that the data obtained at human emergency-room facilities

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clinical condition was unchanged or improved in most dogs, regardless of treatment. See PAGE 243 RETROSPECTIVE STUDY Canine and feline emergency room visits and the lunar cycle The lunar cycle has long been credited with influencing

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favor not just strong dangerous dog legislation in general, but breed-specific legislation in particular. Anecdotal evidence from surgeons, emergency room doctors, and pediatricians who treat dog-bite victims' injuries, 2 along with results of various

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anesthesia and analgesia protocols for emergency conditions. Section 8 is aptly titled Unique Emergency Medicine Topics and contains discussions of 10 very important topics, such as working dogs in the emergency room, approaches to unowned or shelter animals

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people, radiographic signs of aerodigestive foreign bodies are often overlooked by emergency room doctors and ear, nose, and throat specialists (79% and 67% of the time, respectively). 7 An additional confounding interpretation factor in the cat of the

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distributed on paper in a tertiary veterinary referral hospital between May 2022 and May 2023. The clinical surveys were located in the emergency room, specialty service round rooms, and high-traffic areas including medical record distribution areas and the

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intravascular blood volume or hemorrhage, is the most common form of shock presenting to the emergency room. 1 In occult circumstances, it is one of the more difficult forms of shock to identify due to physiologic compensatory mechanisms that mask typical

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with marijuana toxicity at presentation to the emergency room. No. of cases Median Range (min–max) Heart rate (beats/min) 222 111 50–200 Respiratory rate (breaths/min) 222 30 12–100 Body temperature (°C

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