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     3  -1 2014 sep 09professional vet sitesWebsites - Veterinary Organizations & Associations - VSPNTo improve the health and welfare of the horse, to further the professional ... Their press release states the new site is targeted toward the veterinary industry ...
     3  -1 2014 sep 08potassium bromide for dogsBromide Therapy - VSPNBromide is one of the few drugs that has been shown to be effective in dogs with seizures that are ... What's the best starting dose for potassium bromide ?
     4  ~ 2014 sep 23european society of veterinary neurologyNeurology - VSPNThe European College of Veterinary Neurology (ECVN) functions to advance veterinary neurology in Europe by authenticating veterinarians as specialists in ...
     5  +5 2014 sep 19veterinary information networkVSPN - HomeVSPN.org, Brought to you by Veterinary Information Network ... The Mission of the Veterinary Support Personnel Network is to support, inspire, and lead our ...
     5  +1 2014 sep 06veterinary information netw membershipVSPN.org, Brought to you by Veterinary Information Network
     5  +3 2014 aug 05local veterinarian associationsVeterinary Organizations & Associations - VSPNAAHA recently launched a new association website. Their press release states the new site is targeted toward the veterinary industry highlighting the many ...
     6  -4 2014 aug 25charcoal tablets canineASPCA Tips to Manage a Poison Emergency - VSPNThe dosage for cats is 0.44 mg/kg IM while the dosage for dogs is 1.1mg/kg SQ ... Activated charcoal adsorbs a chemical or toxicant and facilitates its excretion ...
     6  ~ 2014 aug 16advantage flea skin contactADVANTAGE ! - 3/19/96 - Joseph - VSPNAdvantage adheres to the skin and hair coat at the hair root level but it is not ... Advantage spreads to every part of the pet's body and kills fleas on contact or ...
     8  -5 2014 sep 09dog spoton pyrethrinSmall Animal Toxicoses - Insecticides - VSPN(MacDonald, 1995) Permethrin toxicity usually occurs when the owner applies the dog spot-on product to the cat; however, cats which actively groom or engage  ...
     8  -1 2014 jul 29vet info network
     8  -1 2014 jul 25administer achtilated charcoalPropranolol is the drug of choice for treating tachycardia, administered slow I.V. at .... Administer activated charcoal to an animal in ileus or a gastric obstruction.
     9  -3 2014 sep 26veterinary information network membership statisticsVeterinary Technicians - VSPNThe Veterinary Support Personnel Network is for people working with, for, or in the field of ... Statistical information on veterinary technologists/technicians.
     9  -3 2014 aug 17induce vomiting in dogsFeeding the animal a small moist meal before inducing vomiting can increase ... Dogs , cats, ferrets, and potbelly pigs are examples of house pets that can vomit.
     10  ~ 2014 jul 29veterinary medicine sitesGeneral Veterinary Sites - VSPNIf there should be an issue with a site or a site's content, please contact the owner of ... A collection of medical , dental and veterinary images for use in teaching ...
     10  ~ 2014 jul 22non alcohol antifreezeAntifreeze Toxicoses - VSPNMethanol (also known as methyl alcohol or wood alcohol ) is found most commonly in ... are ingested and retinal toxicity in humans and non -human primates.
     11  -5 2014 jul 30inducing vomiting in dogs
     12  -3 2014 sep 09veterinary pill identifierDrug Information Resources - VSPNInformation includes a Veterinary Compounding brochure, compounding FAQs, pharmacology ... Pharmacology lectures (in French); Pill Identification (Human)
     12  +4 2014 sep 02chlorambucil for dogsVeterinary Oncology - VSPNCancer is the number one natural cause of death in geriatric cats and dogs , and it accounts for nearly 50 .... Chlorambucil , Leukeran , 2 - 8 mg/m2 PO daily.
     13  +20 2014 aug 30tetracycline pet medsDrug Therapy in Pet Rodents - VSPNBefore treating pet rodents, inform your clients that the medication will be used in an ... For respiratory disease: tetracycline in drinking water (3 mg/ml) for 7 days, ...
     14  +9 2014 sep 13make dog vomitEmesis ( vomiting ) is most productive if performed within 2-3 hours post ingestion. ... Dogs , cats, ferrets, and potbelly pigs are examples of house pets that can vomit ... a gastric torsion are other factors that could make emesis a contraindication.
     14  ~ 2014 sep 06propylene glycol antifreeze prestonePropylene glycol is the main ingredient in "safer" forms of engine antifreeze / coolants. Prestone's Low Tox® and Sierra ® are two commercial forms of propylene ...
     14  +33 2014 sep 03review sites for veterinariansBook Reviews of the Week A Veterinarian's Guide to Financial Planning VSPN Book Review by Sharlene Halozan, RVT ... Want to test our beta site ? VSPN This  ...
     14  ~ 2014 sep 02chemotherapy in dogsCancer is the number one natural cause of death in geriatric cats and dogs , and it ... Most people's perception of cancer, surgery, and chemotherapy is colored ...
     14  +18 2014 aug 15dogs and antifreezeThe minimum toxic dose in dogs is 8.0 g/kg (or 3 ounces of 100% methanol). ... Propylene glycol is the main ingredient in "safer" forms of engine antifreeze / ...
     15  +21 2014 sep 29vin australian ridgebackCanine Breeds - VSPNWhile we make every effort to check our list carefully, neither VSPN nor VIN are responsible for the content or functionality of websites listed below. If there ...
     15  +2 2014 sep 23100ml to ounceMedical Calculations and Conversions - VSPNWeight (gram, pound, ounce ) ... 1 pound (lb or #) = 16 ounces (oz) .... NOTE: 100 ml of LRS must be removed from the bag prior to adding the 100 mL of 50 ...
     15  ~ 2014 jul 22advantage flea treatmentsAdvantage (imidacloprid) Flea Adulticide for Cats and Dogs ... Single treatments of Advantage killed 98 to 100 percent of fleas on pets within 24 hours.
     16  -1 2014 jul 16network staff chatThe Mission of the Veterinary Support Personnel Network is to support,
     17  -5 2014 aug 04pet safe insecticidePermethrins appear to be relatively safe in dogs. Smaller dogs seem to have a greater risk of toxicity and any animal can have a dermal hypersensitivity reaction  ...
     19  -4 2014 jul 25body surface area chartDoses of chemotherapeutic agents are often calculated on the basis of body surface area in square meters, rather than by a patient's weight. The chart below is ...
     20  -6 2014 aug 07advantage pet treatmentAdvantage (imidacloprid) Flea Adulticide for Cats and Dogs ... When fleas get on the Advantage treated pet , they die before they have a chance to lay eggs.
     20  -12 2014 jul 28free internet veterinarianA collection of medical, dental and veterinary images for use in teaching ... A free teach yourself tutorial on Internet information skills for vets from the UK.
     21  +60 2014 sep 15pig neurotoxinSmall Animal Toxicoses - Rodenticides - VSPNAnticoagulant, Dog, Cat, Pig . Warfarin, 5-50 mg/kg or 3 ... Toxicity: Bromethalin is a somewhat slow acting, progressive neurotoxin . There are 2 ...
     22  -1 2014 sep 06propylene glycol antifreezePrestone's Low Tox® and Sierra ® are two commercial forms of propylene glycol antifreeze available in the US. Propylene glycol is approximately 3 times less ...
     24  +36 2014 aug 24chicken gizzard treeNon-toxic Plants - VSPNBaby rubber tree plant, Butterfly ginger, Chicken - gizzard plant, Creeping mahonia. Baby tears, Butterfly iris, Chickens and hens, Creeping pilea. Bachelors  ...
     25  +2 2014 jul 18new zealand veterinary associationTo return to this list of websites, close the new window. .... New Jersey Veterinary Medical Association · New Zealand Veterinary Association · North American ...
     26  -1 2014 aug 24petroleum distillate poisoningStabilization is a priority – TREAT THE PATIENT, NOT THE POISON ! Follow the .... Induce emesis with hydrocarbon/ petroleum distillate ingestion. (In most ...
     27  ~ 2014 sep 15pet health record keeperMedical Records - VSPNThe American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) established the medical record keeping standards for the entire profession. The "forms" must be tailored to ...
     27  +44 2014 sep 07world vetPresenting veterinary acupuncture from a scientifically supported and evidentially .... Founded in 1863, the World Veterinary Association works closely with the ...
     27  +4 2014 aug 23activated charcoal doseAtropine at a dose of 0.02-0.04 mg/kg I.V. (Plumb, 3rd. ed.) .... The recommended dose of activated charcoal for all species of animals is 1-3 gm/kg body weight.
     28  ~ 2014 aug 01new hire questionsInterview Questions - VSPNThe following is a submission of interview questions that can be incorporated into an interview for a new employee . These questions can provide you with much ...
     30  -7 2014 sep 15cleaning up feline necrotic tissueCancer is the number one natural cause of death in geriatric cats and dogs, .... Perivascular injection (extravasation) of some agents will result in severe tissue necrosis . .... Wearing gloves, use paper towels to clean up the remaining liquid.
     30  +5 2014 aug 31american veterinary medical associationAn association of veterinarians devoted to addressing the medical and surgical problems encountered in the canine athlete and the working breeds. American  ...
     30  +26 2014 jul 18milligrams per ounce1 milligram ( mg ) = 1000 micrograms ( mg ). 1 milligram /kilogram ( mg /kg) = 1 parts per million (ppm). 1 ounce ( oz ) = 28.4 grams (g). 1 pound (lb or #) = 0.45 ...
     31  -5 2014 sep 12aspca poison controlVSPN Tox course, Jill A. Richardson, DVM, Christine Allen, CVT ; ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center ; http:www.apcc. aspca .org; , April, 2001.
     31  -15 2014 sep 03fumes from dishwasher detergentsToxicology Of Common Household Hazards - VSPNInhalation of acid fumes may result in dyspnea, pulmonary edema, tracheobronchitis ... automatic dishwasher detergents , alkaline batteries, toilet bowl cleaners, ...
     31  -5 2014 jul 16american veterinary mailing listWhile we make every effort to check our list carefully, neither VSPN nor VIN ... To suggest a site, please email feedback@vin.com. ... American Academy of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics · American Animal Hospital Association
     34  +5 2014 aug 01advantage dog flea treatment
     34  -16 2014 jul 29vitamin k for dogsThis results in depletion of vitamin K , which leads to the inhibition of ... Owners frequently present a dog because of dyspnea and coughing.
     34  -18 2014 jul 28rat poison dog ingestionToxicity is possible when a dose is ingested greater than or equal to ... Owners frequently present a dog because of dyspnea and coughing.
     34  +4 2014 jul 26perethryn flea shampooPermethrin is approved for small animal flea control, large animal topical fly control, crops, ornamental plants and human use. Permethrin is found in shampoos , ...
     34  +13 2014 jul 20silica gel ingestionCommon Household Hazards - VSPNHowever, with ingestion , it is possible to see signs of GI upset, such as nausea, vomiting, and inappetence. Additional problems could occur is the silica gel was  ...
     36  +65 2014 sep 0123 kg to lbs1 kilogram (kg) = 2.2 pounds ( lb or #) ... 1 pound ( lb or #) = 0.45 kilograms (kg) .... 50 lb x 1 kg = 23 kg , so >> 10% x 23 kg = 0.1 x 23 x 1000 mL = 2300 mL 2.2 lb .
     36  -3 2014 aug 23sick pet ratRecognizing Common Signs of Illness in Pet Rodents - VSPNDiagnosing diseases in pet rodents ( rats , mice, guinea pigs, hamsters, and ... How to administer fluid therapy: Fluid therapy can be vital in treating sick rodents.
     37  +42 2014 aug 22clinical pathology labClinical Pathology / Laboratory Diagnosis - VSPNWebsites - Clinical Pathology / Laboratory Diagnosis. While we make every effort to check our list carefully, neither VSPN nor VIN are responsible for the content ...
     38  +5 2014 aug 09dog behavior changesGeriatric Behavior Problems - VSPNFor details on Geriatric Behavior Problems and their treatment in dogs and cats ... A good knowledge of geriatric medicine and the potential behavioral changes  ...
     39  +23 2014 oct 03lymphoma dog l-sparCancer is the number one natural cause of death in geriatric cats and dogs , and it accounts for .... L - Asparaginase , Elspar, 10,000 - 12,000 units/m2 IM weekly.
     40  -3 2014 jul 25diagnostic imaging atlasDiagnostic Imaging - VSPNWebsites - Diagnostic Imaging ... veterinarians regarding modern veterinary diagnostic imaging . Application Specific Imaging Cases · Budgerigar Brain Atlas
     41  ~ 2014 sep 30public neurology forumThe European College of Veterinary Neurology (ECVN) functions to advance veterinary
     42  -12 2014 sep 12xylazine adverse reactions dogsDrugs to have on hand for this purpose are diazepam , barbiturates, .... The side effects of Xylazine usually outweigh the benefits for its use as an emetic.
     42  +59 2014 aug 23poisonous plants for catsNon- toxic Plants - VSPNVSPN Tox Course, ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center, May, 2001. ... Any plant material ingested by an animal (as when dogs and cats ingest yard grass) ...
     42  +1 2014 aug 08phone etiquette for receptionistTelephone Etiquette - how does your staff stack up? - VSPNIs your receptionist overloaded with dual tasks of answering the phone and greeting clients? A receptionist who is on the phone when a client ...
     43  -17 2014 aug 13employee self evaluationEmployee Performance Self-Evaluation - VSPNEMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE SELF-EVALUATION . My personal goal as a ( hospital) employee is: I believe my accomplishments in this evaluation period are :.
     43  +6 2014 aug 02veterinary drug handbookVeterinary Drug Handbook , Fourth Edition - VSPNVeterinary Drug Handbook , Fourth Edition. Donald C. Plumb, Pharm D. Review by Kathy Lyon Star. This is an indispensable reference ...
     43  -7 2014 jul 25pyrethrin oil cochroachesPyrethrins . Permethrin . Permethrin is approved for small animal flea control,
     43  -1 2014 jul 21sorbitol and dogsDogs , cats, ferrets, and potbelly pigs are examples of house pets that can vomit. ... Sorbitol is an osmotic cathartic that can be used safely at a dose of 3 ml/kg ...
     44  -3 2014 aug 22prestone low toxPrestone's Low Tox ® and Sierra ® are two commercial forms of propylene glycol antifreeze available in the US. Propylene glycol is approximately 3 times less ...
     44  -5 2014 aug 01nih image bank creditMedical Images /Graphics - VSPNMedical Pictures / Disease Pictures from Hardin Library for the Health Sciences. ... instructed. NIH images are in the public domain and can not be copyrighted.
     46  +14 2014 sep 233 pints to kgMilli (m) = 0.001 = 10- 3 ... 1 kilogram ( kg ) = 2.2 pounds (lb or #) .... How many kilograms are in 5.5 pounds ? x kg are to 5.5 lb as 1 kg is to 2.2 lb. x kg = 1 kg
     46  -17 2014 sep 12ce courses for techniciansContinuing Education - VSPNWebsites - Continuing Education ... Links to many current on-site CE courses available. ... Education Programs for Veterinarians and Veterinary Technicians
     47  +17 2014 aug 17advantage flea controlAdvantage is a revolutionary new low-volume topically applied flea control product that kills 98 to 100 percent of existing fleas on cats and dogs within 24 hours ...
     47  -12 2014 jul 30how to induce vomitingEmesis (vomiting) is most productive if performed within 2-3 hours post ingestion. Feeding the animal a small moist meal before inducing vomiting can increase ...
     47  -20 2014 jul 26feline head tremorsThis is due to the feline liver being inefficient at glucuronide conjugation. ... neurologic signs are tremors , (especially of the back, top of head , and neck), ataxia, ...
     48  -26 2014 oct 02is permethrin safePermethrin is approved for small animal flea control, large animal topical fly control, crops, ornamental plants ... Permethrins appear to be relatively safe in dogs.
     49  +2 2014 oct 02sid factor sevenHereditary Bleeding Disorders in Dogs and Cats - VSPNfactors II, VII , IX, and X = vitamin- K-dependent factor deficiency .... anemia, platelet or factor replacement. Packed RBCs. 6 - 10 ml/kg. SID - BID. anemia.
     49  +9 2014 sep 22oral toxicologyOral exposure results in oral pain, vocalization, dysphagia, vomiting (+/- blood), abdominal pain, and irritation or ulceration of oral and/or esophageal mucosa.
     49  +52 2014 aug 11plants toxic to cats
     51  +26 2014 oct 02poisonous plants for dogs
     51  +50 2014 jul 17chart reviews in oncologyVeterinary Oncology .... chemotherapy to a patient, the nurse or technician should review the patient's record. ... To that end, the dose chart below gives common doses for many drugs. ... *From Small Animal Clinical Oncology Second Edition ...
     52  +11 2014 oct 01pain management for dogsIs Postoperative Pain Management Important in Dogs and Cats?Some veterinarians still think that dogs and cats do not feel pain. Others ... drugs and the need to charge clients more may inhibit appropriate pain management .
     52  -8 2014 sep 08induce vomit
     52  -24 2014 aug 20phenobarbital for dogs1) for epileptic dogs being treated with either phenobarbital or primidone, that have continued seizures despite therapeutic serum phenobarbital concentrations ;.
     52  +27 2014 jul 18older dog problemsBEHAVIOR PROBLEMS IN THE GERIATRIC DOG AND CAT ... With behavior problems of any age, but especially in cases with an older age of onset, medical  ...
     53  -6 2014 sep 18طب بيطريVeterinary & Medical References - VSPNWebsites - Veterinary & Medical References. While we make every effort to check our list carefully, neither VSPN nor VIN are responsible for the content or ...
     53  +48 2014 sep 09front network informationFront Page - Veterinary Support Personnel NetworkThe Mission of the Veterinary Support Personnel Network is to support, ... When you complete your registration application, your information will be reviewed.
     53  -44 2014 jul 28rat poison coloursIn most cases, the color and formulation (blocks versus place packs) do ... Relay toxicosis ( poisoning by eating a poisoned animal) is unlikely ...
     54  +13 2014 sep 27european board for veterinary specialisationThe European College of Veterinary Neurology (ECVN) functions to advance ... by the European Board of Veterinary Specialisation and the Royal College of ...
     54  ~ 2014 sep 09complementary medicine add urlHolistic/Alternative Medicine - VSPNTo return to this list of websites , close the new window.
     55  +15 2014 oct 02plants toxic to dogs
     55  +46 2014 sep 06target petrx waTina Wismer, DVM Veterinary Poison Information Specialist ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center, June, 2001.
     55  +33 2014 aug 07large animal anesthesia machineProblem anesthesia? --- It's not the vaporizer!! ( anesthetic machine ( anesthetic machine maintenance and trouble shooting problems) ... his own anesthesia service company for veterinary anesthesia equipment. ... content x 3 it will tell you the total # of liters left in the cylinder ( large tanks).
     55  +46 2014 jul 17kilograms to ounces1 milligram/ kilogram (mg/ kg ) = 1 parts per million (ppm). 1 ounce ( oz ) = 28.4 grams (g). 1 pound (lb or #) = 0.45 kilograms ( kg ). 1 pound (lb or #) = 16 ounces ( oz ).
     56  ~ 2014 oct 03unrleible home glusu metersHome Blood Glucose Testing for Diabetic Cats - VSPNThe movie on Home Blood Glucose Testing is available in several versions for: ... Since then, home testing has helped me monitor his regulation with ..... but are unreliable for glucose , i.e. for making insulin dose adjustments.
     56  -3 2014 sep 16european board of veterinary specialisationThe Center utilizes its close affiliation with the Department Of Veterinary Clinical ... by the European Board of Veterinary Specialisation and the Royal College of ...
     56  -14 2014 aug 24activated charcoal side effectsSide effects such as CNS and respiratory depression, ataxia, excitement, and ... Activated charcoal adsorbs a chemical or toxicant and facilitates its excretion via  ...
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