Diabetes mellitus in cats and the veterinary nurse's role

Christopher Scudder
Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Diabetes mellitus is a common endocrinopathy in cats with an increasing prevalence, likely reflecting the changes in nutrition and lifestyle of domestic cats. The management of the disease requires good communication between the owner of the diabetic cat and the veterinary team. This article discusses the causes and consequences of diabetes in cats, treatment options and role of the veterinary nurse in the management of the condition.

Diabetes mellitus in cats and the veterinary nurse's role
Diabetes mellitus in cats and the veterinary nurse's role

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