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Regional Anesthesia in Small Animal Dentistry

Why Should You Incorporate Regional Anesthesia into Your Dentistry? Regional anesthesia is a critical method of pain management and is also known as local nerve blocks. When properly performed, regional anesthesia provides complete local analgesia, which markedly decreases minimum alveolar concentration (MAC) of inhalational anesthetics and improves recovery.  However, regional anesthesia is not without its…

Compassion Fatigue: A Hidden Danger to Veterinary Professionals

Compassion Fatigue Part 1: A Hidden Danger to Veterinary Professionals

Compassion fatigue is a state of mental and physical distress that occurs when caregivers are chronically exposed to the suffering of others. Symptoms of compassion fatigue vary and might include exhaustion, frustration, depression, apathy, headaches, gastrointestinal distress, sleep disturbances, intrusive imagery, and fear. Compassion fatigue is a state of mental and physical distress that occurs when caregivers are chronically exposed to the suffering of others. Symptoms of compassion fatigue vary and might include exhaustion, frustration, depression, apathy, headaches, gastrointestinal distress, sleep disturbances, intrusive imagery, and fear. These negative effects worsen over time if the underlying cause is not addressed.

Compassion Fatigue Part 2: Understanding Your Risk

Compassion fatigue is a state of mental and physical distress that occurs when caregivers are chronically exposed to the suffering of others. Symptoms of compassion fatigue vary and might include exhaustion, frustration, depression, apathy, headaches, gastrointestinal distress, sleep disturbances, intrusive imagery, and fear. Compassion fatigue is a state of mental and physical distress that occurs when caregivers are chronically exposed to the suffering of others. Symptoms of compassion fatigue vary and might include exhaustion, frustration, depression, apathy, headaches, gastrointestinal distress, sleep disturbances, intrusive imagery, and fear. These negative effects worsen over time if the underlying cause is not addressed.

Compassion Fatigue: Shielding and Healing Yourself

Compassion Fatigue Part 3: Shielding and Healing Yourself

Compassion fatigue is a state of mental and physical distress that occurs when caregivers are chronically exposed to the suffering of others. Symptoms of compassion fatigue vary and might include exhaustion, frustration, depression, apathy, headaches, gastrointestinal distress, sleep disturbances, intrusive imagery, and fear. Compassion fatigue is a state of mental and physical distress that occurs when caregivers are chronically exposed to the suffering of others. Symptoms of compassion fatigue vary and might include exhaustion, frustration, depression, apathy, headaches, gastrointestinal distress, sleep disturbances, intrusive imagery, and fear. These negative effects worsen over time if the underlying cause is not addressed.

Compassion Fatigue Part 4: The Many Faces of Mindfulness

Compassion fatigue is a state of mental and physical distress that occurs when caregivers are chronically exposed to the suffering of others. Symptoms of compassion fatigue vary and might include exhaustion, frustration, depression, apathy, headaches, gastrointestinal distress, sleep disturbances, intrusive imagery, and fear. Compassion fatigue is a state of mental and physical distress that occurs when caregivers are chronically exposed to the suffering of others. Symptoms of compassion fatigue vary and might include exhaustion, frustration, depression, apathy, headaches, gastrointestinal distress, sleep disturbances, intrusive imagery, and fear. These negative effects worsen over time if the underlying cause is not addressed.

Compassion Fatigue Part 5: Brainstorming Your Way to a Personalized Self-Care Plan

Compassion fatigue is a state of mental and physical distress that occurs when caregivers are chronically exposed to the suffering of others. Symptoms of compassion fatigue vary and might include exhaustion, frustration, depression, apathy, headaches, gastrointestinal distress, sleep disturbances, intrusive imagery, and fear. Compassion fatigue is a state of mental and physical distress that occurs when caregivers are chronically exposed to the suffering of others. Symptoms of compassion fatigue vary and might include exhaustion, frustration, depression, apathy, headaches, gastrointestinal distress, sleep disturbances, intrusive imagery, and fear. These negative effects worsen over time if the underlying cause is not addressed.

Compassion Fatigue Part 6: Achieving Your Wellness Goals

Compassion fatigue is a state of mental and physical distress that occurs when caregivers are chronically exposed to the suffering of others. Symptoms of compassion fatigue vary and might include exhaustion, frustration, depression, apathy, headaches, gastrointestinal distress, sleep disturbances, intrusive imagery, and fear. Compassion fatigue is a state of mental and physical distress that occurs when caregivers are chronically exposed to the suffering of others. Symptoms of compassion fatigue vary and might include exhaustion, frustration, depression, apathy, headaches, gastrointestinal distress, sleep disturbances, intrusive imagery, and fear. These negative effects worsen over time if the underlying cause is not addressed.

Addisonian Crisis Management. Let’s Get Salty, K?

Canine hypoadrenocorticism, also known as Addison’s disease, results from inadequate production of adrenal hormones. An Addisonian crisis is a life-threatening complication requiring aggressive treatment.  Causes Immune-mediated destruction of the adrenal cortex remains the most common cause of primary hypoadrenocorticism in dogs. A small number of dogs suffer from iatrogenic primary Addison’s disease. Secondary hypoadrenocorticism occurs…