The Veterinary Medical Center's newsletter, "Update for Referring Veterinarians."
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
Ohio State VMC is recognized as a cat friendly practice; From the Director; Emergency veterinarians at the VMC at Dublin; VMC at Dublin practice manager; For client liaisons, communication is key; Our new Subway is open for business; New VMC faculty; Recent board-driven enhancements at the VMC; Thanks to our practitioner boards for their involvement and iniput during the past year
Using CO-Oximetry to monitor a canine case of smoke inhalation; Using a transfixation pin case with a window to treat a fracture and wound in a ram; FAQ: Animal Blood Bank; Equine Emergency and Critical Care; Veterinary Medical Center specialty services...
From the Director; Veterinary Medical Center participating in nationwide cancer study; Clinical Trials shows promising results for treatment of osteoarthritis in horses; Update on success of ongoing equine bone healing study; Welcome new faculty;
From the director; Small Animal Practitioner Board Drives Change; Summary of Board-Driven Enhancements at the VMC; Small Animal Advisory Board Members; Large Animal Advisory Board Members; Efforts to Improve Parking Continue; New Faculty;