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Introduction Amputation has been used and described as a treatment for small animals facing several limb abnormalities, including developmental deformities, traumatic injury, and neoplasia. 1 – 5 Most patients have good to excellent

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required to perform the procedures safely and the associated equipment costs. Nonetheless, in part because of client demand, many veterinarians in general practice are currently performing basic laparoscopic procedures in small animals (eg, OVE and

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), ACVIM small animal internal medicine diplomates (1,531) and residents (358), ACVR diplomates (725) and residents (218), and ACVS diplomates (763) and residents (211). The questionnaire was designed to investigate radiation safety behaviors, including

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-type questions. The survey was distributed via an online survey service (SurveyMonkey Inc; San Mateo) to members of the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care and the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (Small Animal Internal

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The reported chance of return to spontaneous circulation in small animals after cardiopulmonary arrest is between 35% and 45%; however, the reported rate of survival to hospital discharge for these patients is only 2% to 10%. 1 Similarly in human

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of interest gets smaller. In veterinary medicine, clinical trials involving small animals often have small sample sizes and methodological shortcomings that indicate inadequate planning. 6–8 Consequently, many RCTs could have low power from the

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study reported here were to survey small animal practitioners to ascertain their attitudes toward enrollment of their patients in veterinary clinical trials, particularly the influence of experimental and other trial variables on their likelihood of

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therapy practices in various settings in human medicine have been evaluated, 8–12 little is known about current fluid therapy practices in veterinary medicine. Additionally, small animal patients may receive subcutaneous fluid therapy, but this practice

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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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