The Veterinary Medical Center's newsletter, "Update for Referring Veterinarians."
The January / February edition of the Veterinary Medical Center's bimonthly newsletter, "Update for Veterinarians," is available. Read about the VMC's comparative opthamology service, on-site MRI capabilities for companion, farm and equine animal patients, new faculty additions and departures and how Ohio State Veterinary Medicine helped restore vision to a 12-year-old American Paint horse gelding, "Bling."
Clinical Trials: The Leading Edge of Veterinary Medicine; A Potential New Therapy for Mast Cell Tumors; Safe Spinal Surgeries; Testing Equine Osteoarthritis, Desmitis and Tendonitis with Stem Cells; VMC Breaks Ground
From the Director; Cardiology and Initerventional Medicine: Advanced Diagnostics and Treatments; Cardiology and Respiratory Medicine; Interventional Medicine; Cardiology Clinical Study Helps Rescued Lab Puppy; Welcome New faculty; Transitions and Departures; Welcome 2014 Residents; Welcome 2014 Interns
Behavioral Medicine Clinic Treats Problem Pets; Client Liaisons Enhance Communications; Recent Board-Driven Enhancements at the VMC; Welcome Dr. Yardley!; Staffing Changes at
VMC–Dublin; “Cat Mastery” Merges Research with New Technology; Departures...
New programs benefit clients, referring veterinarians; Companion Animal Rehabilitation invites referrals; Dr. Stephen DiBartola will retire after 35 years; Two of "Santa's Helpers" are back in action;
Human medicine helps veterinary medicine in canine septic shock case; From the Director; Saving a dam and her cria; Intestinal resection, blood transfusions get horse back into form; Annual Open House; FAQ: Animal Blood Bank
Small Animal Internal Medicine service; From the Director; Equine podiatry at Ohio State; New, continuous glucose monitoring; Theriogenology and Reproductive service; VMC receives AAHA Accreditation
Clinical Trials Office partners with Comprehensive Cancer Center, Nationwide Children's Hospital; From the Director; Cardiology study investigates new measurement tool; Veterinary Medical Center at Dublin now offering outpatient imaging services; Establishing new pain control standards for farm animals; Anti-inflammatory drug may prevent bone loss in bucked shins; In Memoriam; Departures...
Leading edge medical and surgical care; From the Director; New, artificial disc replacement for dogs; Welcome new faculty; VMC offers state-of-the-art technology in brain tumor resection; Spinal cord injury study seeks canine participants; Welcome new residents and interns; Dr. Couto retires; Transitions
Veterinary and human medicine collaboration; From the Director; Welcome our new veterinarians at the VMC at Dublin; Orthopedic surgery services continue growth; Departures; Referring a patient for radioactive iodine therapy; Dr. Schmall retires