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An ethicist's commentary on the case of the academic veterinarian who returns to private practice
Contributor(s):: Rollin, B. E.
An ethicist's commentary on the veterinarian's failure to prescribe as much as his or her colleagues
An ethicist's commentary on training foreign graduates with humane society animals
An ethicist's commentary on using wood chippers to kill chickens
An ethicist's commentary on veterinary "nurse practitioners"
An ethicist's commentary on when a veterinarian can render medical assistance to people
An ethicist's commentary on whether a veterinarian should inform a client that a previous practitioner had left a sponge in a dog
An ethicist's commentary: Should veterinarians report cruelty to non-veterinarians charged with investigating cruelty?
Ethics and euthanasia
The ethics of referral
Contributor(s):: Rollin, B.
Veterinary medical ethics: An ethicist's commentary on the double standard in veterinary medicine
Death-proofing: preventive measures for difficult times
Contributor(s):: Milani, M.
Frames and boxes: is this how veterinarians also think?
Practical bond considerations: guilt and the treatment process
Problematic client-animal relationships: Munchausen by proxy
The art of referring: when to refer
Older Latinos, pets, and health
Contributor(s):: Johnson, R. A., Meadows, R. L.
Development of a national companion animal syndromic surveillance system for bioterrorism
Contributor(s):: Moore, G. E., Ward, M. P., Dhariwal, J., Wu, C. C., Glickman, N. W., Lewis, H. B., Glickman, L. T.
A companion animal syndromic surveillance system has been established at Purdue University to augment national U.S. efforts in bioterrorism detection. This system analyses electronic data from a veterinary practice with 360 hospitals in 42 states. Using syndromic definitions for clinical disease...
Apr 25 2012
CVC Washington, D.C.
Diagnosis and treatement methods in separation anxiety in dogs
Contributor(s):: Asztalos, L., Papuc, I., Lazar, I.
A group of 60 dogs from different races, ages and genders in Romania were studied [date not given]. We used clinical and semiological methods and a paraclinical test for the diagnosis of separation anxiety, but the most important and relevant information were the anamnetic dates that the owners...