Migrating foreign body

Migrating foreign body – Video by Dr. Gerardo Poli

In the video below, Dr. Gerardo Poli will show how to use ultrasound to locate a migrating foreign body. HELPFUL TIP!! Did you know that comparing the glucose and the lactic acid levels in the free abdominal fluid, with the peripheral blood, can be helpful in determining if bacteria is present and that exploratory surgery is required. Bacteria consumes glucose …

Veterinary Emergency Medicine

Veterinary Emergency Medicine – Video by Dr. Gerardo Poli

If you would like to learn more about veterinary emergency medicine, in this video Dr. Gerardo Poli will show you. He will take you on a tour through his hospital and all the things they do. From patients like companion animals to exotic animals. When they are in need, emergency veterinarians are there to help. In any time of they, …

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Tips To Improve Ultrasound Guided Aspirates

4 Quick Tips To Improve Ultrasound Guided Aspirates – Video by Dr. Gerardo Poli

In this video, Dr. Gerardo Poli will show tips to improve ultrasound guided aspirates. In this online tutorial, I show you some useful ways to perfect the basics of ultrasound-guided fine needle aspirates.    If you liked this video, watch “Interpretation of the Caudal Vena Cava – Video by Dr. Gerardo Poli” on our blog.

Interpretation of the Caudal Vena Cava

Interpretation of the Caudal Vena Cava – Video by Dr. Gerardo Poli

Using the Caudal Vena Cava to Guide Fluids: Interpretation of the caudal vena cava via the diaphragmatic hepatic view is a useful tool for assessing the volume status of a patient. This is particularly helpful for those hypotensive patients that you are uncertain if they need more volume or need vasopressor agents or other management options. With regards to “more …

Examination of an Echidna, emergency veterinary medicine

Examination of an Echidna – Video by Dr. Gerardo Poli

Examination of an Echidna. This can be tricky and challenging task. Echidnas are egg-laying mammals and are sometimes known among the public as “spiny anteaters”. Their diet is consisted of ants and termites, and are known to live in Australia and New Guinea. With globalization and over population of people, more and more wild animals come in close contact with …