midfemoral amputation

Midfemoral Amputation, Kitten – Video by Vet Surgery Channel

A midfemoral amputation on a kitten, a video by the Vet Surgery Channel.      LEGAL DISCLAIMER FOR MIDFEMORAL AMPUTATION VIDEO: 1. COPYRIGHT POLICY: The owner of this Surgical Channel videos is the only legal copyright holder of all the material on this channel. No part of the material on this Surgical Channel may be reproduced, stored in a …

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Surgical Hypothermia

Veterinary surgery is a huge part of most veterinary clinics. All veterinary clinics are aware of surgical complications and surgical hypothermia. On the infographic below you may see the path for heat loss in animals during surgeries, the main reasons for heat loss during surgeries and simple ways of preventing heat loss during surgeries. All veterinary surgeries can be divided …

surgical repair of a Diaphragmatic Hernia in a Cat

Diaphragmatic hernia in a cat – Video by Vet Surgery Channel

A diaphragmatic hernia in a cat occurs as a rupture of the diaphragm which is a very thin muscle that divides the chest cavity from the abdominal cavity. When this thin muscle gets damaged, the organs from the abdominal cavity can get inside the chest cavity. These organs include the stomach, the intestines, even the liver, and they can apply pressure …

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Combination of surgeries to save a dog’s life

This news is about a combination of surgeries to save a dog’s life. A black Labrador puppy, age 11 months with the name Lottie, was the lucky and unlucky patient of a revolutionary combination of surgical techniques and procedures carried out at the Royal Veterinary College (RVC). The adorable dog went for a routine spay when the team of veterinary …

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Bladder Stones in a Dog 40 lb – Video by Vet Surgery Channel

The video presented below shows a surgery technique for removing bladder stones in a dog. Formation of bladder stones in the bladder of dogs are a collection of minerals and some other materials. The most common bladder stone seen in dogs is made of calcium oxalate, struvite, cystine crystals or urate. Many types of bladder stones can be identified by …

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Lizard Hindlimb Amputation Surgery – Video by Dr. Evan Antin

“My Savannah Monitor patient had a resistant bacterial infection in his right back leg that unfortunately led to necrosis of his foot and lower leg. These affected tissues were non-recoverable and amputating the dead foot along with the infection was the indicated treatment. I introduce the bone saw…Good luck in the OR and thanks for viewing!” Watch this video by …

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Large Inguinal Hernia. Female Dog 14 lb. – Video by Vet Surgery Channel

Inguinal hernia in dogs is a condition that involves an enlargement of the inguinal canal with the risk of spilling abdominal contents through that canal. Usually, the organs spill into the groin area. Inguinal hernias are considered to be genetically predisposed, but genetics are not always the sole cause of them. Most common dog breeds that are prone to inguinal …

Hip Replacement on a Cat

A Bengal cat with the name Fridgey was the lucky receiver of a total hip replacement surgery at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital at Purdue University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. The cat is very young, 2-years old, and already suffering from orthopaedical issues.  In 2017, the beautiful Bengal had problems with its left hip for which a FHO (femoral head ostectomy …