VETbytes is delighted to be exhibiting at the upcoming virtual BSAVA Congress 2021, taking place 25-27 March, where we will be showcasing our Emergency and Critical Care (ECC) module. Join us for live demonstrations of the ECC module during the event and sign up for a free trial of VETbytes during Congress for a chance to win[…]
One of the many VETbytes features is its ‘latest evidence’ feed, which provides a snapshot of the latest evidence in bitesize form, recently added to the emergency and critical care module.
Rapid identification of colonic torsion is imperative to prevent significant ischaemic injuries.
A new study by Czajkowski and Fryer,* describes a rapid, low morbidity test that can be used in cases of suspected colonic torsion in dogs which may help to differentiate this rare condition from generalised ileus or small intestinal volvulus.
In our new feature ‘Ask VETbytes’, our team of vets will be answering your questions. This week we were asked “What are the options for post-operative pain relief in dogs and cats undergoing caesarean section?” This is an area where veterinary evidence is lacking and where our patients don’t always receive adequate analgesia, so we[…]