- Refer to this handy table when interpreting culture and susceptibility reports.
- Follow this step-by-step guide to external splinting for pectus excavatum in a kitten.
- Make more successful diagnoses using a clinical reasoning approach.
Test your knowledge of blood and transfusion products, from packed RBCs, whole blood, and fresh-frozen plasma, to blood typing and crossmatching.
Corneal perforations don’t all look the same. Click through these images of various kinds of corneal perforations to guide diagnosis and treatment.
Follow this approach to successfully manage the surgical patient—from admission to discharge.
Dental gag or no dental gag? The choice (and consequences) are yours in this interactive case study.
Effective case assessment requires more than just medical knowledge. Make more successful diagnoses with this approach to clinical reasoning.
Follow along as one surgeon creates a custom brace to correct pectus excavatum in a kitten.
Mirtazapine is increasingly used for appetite stimulation in cats and dogs. Discover the ins and outs of this helpful drug.
Blood film evaluation is an important part of the routine CBC. Review this image gallery to improve your interpretation skills.
Your patient’s pulse can reveal more than just your patient’s heart rate. Discover key differentials to consider when your patient has pulse alterations.
From penicillins to fluoroquinolones, refer to this handy table when interpreting culture and susceptibility reports.
A reader responds to "Feline Complications from Mouth Gags," published in the May 2018 issue of Clinician's Brief.