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A 6-year-old spayed female mastiff dog was presented with a 2-week history of inappetence and diarrhea.
The goal is to provide maximum patient comfort in the absence of general anesthesia and with minimal complications when performing painful or stressful procedures.
The key to successful resuscitation and return of spontaneous circulation is maintenance of both coronary and cerebral perfusion.
There is little room for error in triage; delaying treatment for a patient due to inadequate evaluation can result in decompensation or death.
A 5-year-old domestic shorthair cat presents for decreased willingness to eat. A 4-year-old ragdoll also presents for a change in eating behavior. What's your diagnosis?
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