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veterinarian's attire and the influence of this attire on their trust and confidence in veterinarians have not been investigated. The purpose of the study reported here was to evaluate preferences of clients of a small animal emergency hospital regarding their

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pets as family members, especially the younger generation, 1 , 4 the need for veterinary care is expected to continue outpacing the number of veterinarians. 2 , 5 As a result of demand, many pet owners are utilizing emergency services because they are

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rabies exposure, and, rarely, death. 3 Animal bites may also require emergency department visits, hospitalization, rabies PEP administration, and other costly health-care utilization. 4–11 Dog bite injuries are associated with an estimated mean lifetime

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familiar with evacuation, stabilization, and care standards for a variety of species that may be encountered in rescue efforts. In October 2017, the University of California-Davis Veterinary Emergency Response Team (VERT) and the Aquatic Animal Health

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In this, the fourth and final article in his series on compliance with Occupational Safety and Health Administration regulations, Mr. Seibert discusses the requirements for emergency action and fire prevention plans.—Kurt J. Matushek, Assistant Editor.

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human medicine, there has been a lack of information about owner-witnessed CPR in the veterinary literature. The objectives of the study reported here were to determine opinions of veterinary emergency health-care providers on the topic of owner

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A literature search failed to find any studies evaluating possible relationships of the lunar phase and case evaluations in veterinary medicine. Although scientific evidence is lacking, many veterinarians and emergency room staff members believe that

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Viewpoint articles represent the opinions of the authors and do not represent AVMA endorsement of such statements. Introduction Animal health emergencies can result from geophysical hazards, infectious disease outbreaks, or crises such as

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Daily caseload at a veterinary emergency room is often difficult to predict. Results of a recent study 1 indicate that a full moon significantly increases the caseload at a veterinary emergency room. In that study, 1 there was an increase of 0

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emergency response safety, hazardous materials, or bloodborne pathogen procedures. The Incident Support Team Veterinary Officer was able to provide just-in-time training and consultations to help local support team members operating safely in the disaster

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