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Articles by Jennifer L. Garcia, DVM, DACVIM

Current understanding of feline epilepsy, diagnostic testing, and treatment

Jul 23, 2014

An overview of our current understanding of feline epilepsy, including diagnostic testing and treatment.

Is an oral electrolyte solution an effective way to treat dehydration in dogs with severe diarrhea?

Jul 1, 2014

A study looks at whether administration of an oral electrolyte solution would safely and effectively correct dehydration in dogs with acute onset hemorrhagic diarrhea and decrease the cost of care.

Can a point-of-care test detect more than one anticoagulant rodenticide?

Jun 18, 2014

A study looks at whether a point-of-care test could detect more than one anticoagulant rodenticide in a serum sample.

Early signs of chronic kidney disease: Are we looking hard enough?

Jun 11, 2014

A study looks at the importance of identifying risk factors and performing preemptive screening for chronic kidney disease.

Laboratory requisition forms: It's all about the history

Jun 4, 2014

A commentary on the importance of providing a clinical history on laboratory requisition forms.

One month later ... Effects of storage on compounded doxycycline

Jun 1, 2014

Does a doxycycline suspension made from doxycycline tablets maintain an appropriate concentration four weeks of storage?

Survival data and prognostic factors in cats with newly diagnosed diabetes

Jun 1, 2014

This information about survival times and prognostic factors can provide valuable information for clinicians to better educate owners about treatment expectations and outcomes.

Using evidence-based medicine to approach decision-making in clinical practice

May 28, 2014

A commentary on the use of evidence-based medicine as part of a more methodical approach to decision-making in clinical practice.

Case study: The cat that suffered an Addisonian crisis

May 21, 2014

A study looks at the diagnosis and treatment of hypoadrenocorticism in cats.


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