Forelimb amputation of a feline with a humeral fracture: a patient care report

This report looks at the nursing care of a feline patient that underwent a forelimb amputation. Key areas of care for amputee patients include targeted and appropriate analgesia, alongside appropriate wound care and rehabilitation. Veterinary nurses are essential in aiding the return of these patients to normal ambulation and therefore require good knowledge of physiotherapy practices.

Thymomas in rabbits

This article will look at thymoma recognition and treatment in rabbits. Medical versus surgical treatment options will be explored along with nursing...

Nutrition in critical care

Veterinary professionals in emergency and critical care see the sickest and most unstable patients, and it is understandable that nutrition is not at...

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