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Improve International Quick Case Study: Canine protein-losing enteropathy

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Posted in Case Studies at 09 September, 2021

Canine protein-losing enteropathy (PLE) is commonly considered to occur secondary to severe inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and is associated with poor outcome, with only about 50% of dogs surviving longer than 4 months. The syndrome typically causes ga...

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New Boutique Veterinary Clinic Takes Paddington By Storm - An Elite Case Study

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Posted in Case Studies at 05 August, 2021

A new veterinary clinic in Brisbane reimagines what a clinic &should& look like.A new veterinary clinic has opened in the inner-Brisbane suburb of Paddington, and it looks a little bit different to most vet practices in the area. It's a neighbourhood local vet that specialises in vaccinations, pet grooming and vet care for cats and dogs - but it looks like a boutique store. Elite Fitout Solutions delivered the fit out and layout design, with the branding and interior finishes completed by Superhero Company.......

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Posted by The Elite Team
 

Improve International Quick Case Study: Feline Blood Transfusions ISFM Guidelines

Improve International Case Study - Feline Transfusions
Posted in Case Studies at 27 July, 2021

Blood transfusions can be lifesaving and, with the growth of blood banks, they may become more routinely used in feline medicine. Recently, the International Society of Feline Medicine has published their Consensus Guidelines......

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Acupuncture as adjunctive modality to treat symptoms of intervertebral disc disease in a beagle

Murphy's Story - Acupuncture Case Study
Posted in Case Studies at 13 August, 2019

Intervertebral Disc Disease (IVDD) in dogs is one of the common neurological conditions seen in practice. It is caused by displacement of part of the intervertebral disc, often located in the thoracolumbar and cervical region, causing pain and neurologica...

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Posted by Dr Alison Shen, BVSc (Hons) CVE (IVAS) Aussie Mobile Vet, Brisbane
 

Acupuncture as adjunctive modality to treat symptoms of canine cognitive dysfunction & neck pain

Dudley's Case Study - Acupuncture Case Study
Posted in Case Studies at 17 July, 2019

Canine cognitive dysfunction (CCD) is neurobehavioral syndrome similar to Alzheimer's in humans, leading to a decline in cognitive function as part of an age-related degenerative process in the central nervous system. Common symptoms described by pet own...

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Posted by Dr Jennifer Robinson, Veterinarian (DE), CVE (IVAS) Melbourne Veterinary Acupuncture
 
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