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Blackwell's Five-Minute Veterinary Consult: Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care is a new handbook-style textbook that is designed to be a quick reference for emergency room clinicians and practitioners dealing with medical emergencies. The book has an

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Introduction A 4-year-old neutered male domestic shorthair cat was presented to the University of Minnesota. Veterinary Medical Center emergency room because of an acute onset of inappropriate behavior, tachypnea, and ataxia. On physical

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children developed intestinal volvulus. One death secondary to intestinal volvulus, bowel necrosis, and sepsis was documented. In another report, 5 emergency room management of magnet ingestion in 38 humans was described. Thirty of the 38 cases involved

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in the emergency room and later expelled 1 dead pup that appeared grossly normal and fresh. The fetal membranes were not observed, and it was suspected that they had ruptured or slipped back into the uterus when labor was likely interrupted by the

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extremely lethargic and anorexic and had no interest in anything around it. The dog was taken to the emergency room, at which point, detection of metastases was reported but not described. The owner elected euthanasia without postmortem examination

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at presentation in the emergency room. A total of 6 of the 16 animals received dextrose during their hospitalization; all received supplementation without documented clinical hypoglycemic events occurring in the ICU. Another limitation of this study

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Introduction Feline urethral obstructions (UOs) are a common presenting reason for visits to the veterinary emergency room. Urethral obstructions may lead to clinically important life-threatening metabolic disturbances including hyperkalemia

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clinical signs in addition to SIRS. On arrival at the emergency room, dogs with either anaphylaxis or sepsis may have similar clinical signs, and markers that could differentiate the 2 would be helpful to clinicians. The objectives of the retrospective

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≥ 2 surgeries. Eighty-four of the 164 (51.2%) surgeries were performed in an emergency room, and 80 (48.8%) were performed in an operating room. A total of 174 surgical procedures (repairs) were performed, including 114 (65.5%) soft tissue procedures

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