John Redbond details how pruritus commonly manifests in companion animals, and how to identify and treat its origins.32 mins
Nicola Ackerman details symptoms of kidney dysfunction and how veterinary nurse clinics can help manage it.
Emma Gerrard provides an overview of this joint condition in cats and dogs, including what's new, management strategies and owner guidance.30 mins
Laura Lacey details how educational opportunities, approaches, aftercare and nutrition have a part to play in improving pets’ dental health.
Abi Charteris explains the vital role nurses can play in early detection and subsequent management of acute and chronic forms of this condition in companion animals.44 mins
Joanne Brown and Victoria Robinson discuss the pathogenesis of otitis, its diagnosis and treatment options that can be used to improve owner compliance and aid response to therapy.35 mins
Helen Benney details considerations around performing the vital peri-anaesthetic role required for patients with cardiovascular disease.40 mins
Sarah Caney discusses the importance of regular blood pressure evaluation in cats, and the part RVNs can play in ensuring owner awareness and understanding.26 mins
Laura Rosewell discusses managing emergency cases of dyspnoea, types of breathing diseases commonly seen in practice, and how these canine and feline patients can be supported by veterinary nurses – both during hospitalisation and after discharge.
Gayle Morrison and Victoria Robinson discuss prevalent causes of – and latest treatment options for – pruritic patients.
Jamie Prutton discusses various diagnostic techniques and management options used for horses presenting with skin-related presentations.22 mins
Ian Wright discusses the principles of controlling these parasites and the vital role VNs play in making recommendations for individual pets.46 mins
Heather Kirkness refreshes readers’ understanding of dealing with tissue injuries in companion animals.
Emma Gerrard explores two forms of this inflammatory condition – idiopathic in cats and bacterial in dogs – as well as what helps resolve them.29 mins
Gayle Morrison and Peter Forsythe outline a strategy for dealing with this ear disease in small animals to maximise the chances of a successful outcome and minimise the likelihood of chronic disease onset.38 mins
Claire Bloor explores the significance of veterinary nurses’ involvement in the provision of dental services – both in the veterinary surgery environment and take-home advice for owners.
The components used in orthopaedics – including plates, screws, pins, wires, washers, bolts and clamps – are similar to those found in Meccano kits. Alison Young explores those similarities by discussing the implants used in small animal patients.32 mins
Amy Newfield details the latest studies and the importance of best practice in this ever-evolving field of veterinary medicine, by defining the facts among the fiction.