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EDITORIAL CALENDAR 2018

WINTER

Vital Signs
-Nutrition: GI Microbiome
-The Exam Room: Toxicology Talk
-Internal Medicine Case Report: Peritoneal Dialysis Following Urethral Obstruction and Acute Kidney Injury
-Ideas Into Practice: Pet Obesity

Features
-Otitis Externa
-Imaging: How to Obtain the Optimal Dental Radiographs
-Infection Control: Discospondylitis
-Equine Medicine: Equine Pythiosis

The Extra Mile
-Career Challenges: Identifying Abuse
-Final Thoughts: Building Resiliency

 
 Rabbit Dentistry

SPRING

Vital Signs
-Nutrition: Feeding the Large Breed Dog
-The Exam Room: Parasitology/Dermatology – Flea Allergy Dermatis
-Internal Medicine Case Report: Hematemesis, Abdominal Pain and Anemia in and Older Cat
-Heartworm: Updated Guidelines for Transportation

Features
-Pain Management: Chronic Pain Management in Felines
-Internal Medicine: Calculations for Fluid Therapy
-Hypothermia Under Anesthesia
-Diagnostics: Blood Gases
-Large Animal: Atlanto-Occipital Luxation and Treatment in a Goat

The Extra Mile
-Career Challenges: Veterinary Nurse Initiative Update
-Personal Wellness: Channeling Grief and Loss to Find Strength and Drive

SUMMER

Vital Signs
-Nutrition: Feeding the New Kitten and Puppy
-The Exam Room: The Veterinary Technician’s Guide to Toxicology
-Internal Medicine Case Report: Clinical Progress of Lingual Hermangiosarcoma in a Cat

Features
-Anesthesia: Difficult Airway Management
-Oncology: Preventing, Managing and Treating Chemo Induced GI Toxicity
-Postoperative Management of the Orthopedic Patient
-Alternative Medicine: Healing at the Speed of Light: Photobiomodulation Therapy in Practice
-Exotics: Lead Poisoning in Wildlife

The Extra Mile
-Career Challenges: Becoming a Mentor
-Personal Wellness: Ergonomics

Puppies for the Holidays: Keeping Them Fear Free℠

FALL

Vital Signs
-Nutrition: Feeding the Critical Care Patient
-Toxicology: Ethylene Glycol Toxicity
-Internal Medicine Case Report: Peritoneal Dialysis in the Treatment of AKI

Features
-Pain Management: CE Stress and Pain Management
-Cardiovascular Disease Common Congenital Cardiac Disorders of Dogs and Cats
-Emergency/Critical Care: Introduction to Transfusion Medicine
-Diagnostics: Acid/Base Balance
-Large Animal: Gastric Ulcers in Performance Horses

The Extra Mile
-Career Challenges
-Final Thoughts: Personal Wellness: Ergonomics Part 2