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Lauren and JJ discuss the importance of addressing retained deciduous teeth right away, tests for marijuana toxicity in dogs, the discovery of new anatomic brain pathways in the dog, emerging veterinary specialties, and a study on the efficacy transdermal gabapentin in cats. References: (1) Fitzgerald et al. (2021). Detecting and quantifying marijuana metabolites in serum and urine of 19 dogs affected by marijuana toxicity. Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation, 33(5), 1002-1007. https://experts.illinois.edu/en/publications/detecting-and-quantifying-marijuana-metabolites-in-serum-and-urin (2) Cornell University. (2022). Study finds new links between dogs' smell and vision. Phys.org. https://phys.org/news/2022-07-links-dogs-vision.html?utmsource=nwletter&utmmedium=email&utmcampaign=daily-nwletter (3) Erica F. Andrews et al. (2022). Extensive connections of the canine olfactory pathway revealed by tractography and dissection. _The Journal of Neuroscience _. DOI: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.2355-21.2022 (4) Fiala, J. (2022). Nephrology-urology recognized as new veterinary specialty. _VIN News Service. https://news.vin.com/default.aspx?pid=210&Id=10935586 (5) Fiala, J. (2022). Should education become a veterinary specialty? VIN News Service. https://news.vin.com/default.aspx?pid=210&Id=10741751 (6) Slovak, J. E. & Costa. A. P. (2021). A pilot study of transdermal gabapentin in cats. Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine, 35(1), 1981-1987.
Starstruck

Starstruck

2022-08-0352:35

Lauren and JJ welcome veterinarian and therapist Dr. Michelle Gaspar to the podcast to talk about her unique career journey and the barriers to wellness within the profession. Special Guest: Michelle Gaspar.
Is the promotion of self-care in veterinary medicine a scam? In Snackisode 3.9, Lauren and JJ answer this question and discuss the process of creating and maintaining healthy work boundaries.
Unicorn Hair

Unicorn Hair

2022-07-2001:05:46

Lauren and JJ welcome boarded dermatology specialist Dr. Chris Reeder to the podcast to discuss veterinary dermatology! Special Guest: Chris Reeder.
In Snackisode 3.8, Lauren and JJ discuss the importance of ear protection, brachycephalic breed bans, the heartwarming story of a dog reunited with its owner at a Dollar General in Florida, and National Wildlife Federation's Certified Wildlife Habitat program. References: (1) Kelly, R. (2021). Calls for bans on breeding short-nosed dogs gain momentum. VIN News Service. https://news.vin.com/default.aspx?pid=210&Id=10411832 (2) Taylor, C. (2022). Watch this Florida dog wander into Dollar General, browse the aisles until reunited with his human. Daily Paws. https://www.dailypaws.com/pet-news-entertainment/feel-good-stories/florida-dog-wanders-into-dollar-general (3) National Wildlife Federation Certified Wildlife Habitat informaton: https://www.nwf.org/certifiedwildlifehabitat
Not My Favorite

Not My Favorite

2022-07-0601:01:39

In Episode 3.9, Lauren and JJ investigate a case of dyspnea in a cat patient. This episode includes a complete review of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy in the cat. References: (1) Lake-Bakaar, G. & Kittleson, M. D. (2017). Cardiomyopathy, hypertrophic (feline). VINcyclopedia. www.vin.com (2) Stern, J. (2019). Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and co-managing hypertension or hyperthyroidism. American Association of Feline Practitioners Conference Proceedings. (3) Kittleson, M. D. (2021). The feline cardiomyopathies: 2. Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery, 23(11), pp 1028-1051. (4) Pereira, Y. M. (2018). Approach to the dyspnoeic cat. British Small Animal Veterinary Conference Proceedings. (5) Rothrock, K. & Shell, L. (2021). Pulmonary edema (feline). VINcyclopedia. www.vin.com (6) Rishniw, M. (2017). Feline heart size and hypertrophy. VIN Medical FAQs. www.vin.com (7) Lisciandro, G. R. (2015). Lung ultrasound in small animals: The vet blue. American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine Conference Proceedings. (8) Brister, J. (2018). Heart failure, left-sided (feline). VINcyclopedia. www.vin.com (9) Rishniw, M. (2017). Furosemide trial. VIN Medical FAQs. www.vin.com (10) Rishniw, M. (2017). Feline murmurs and gallop sounds: A quick primer. VIN Medical FAQs. www.vin.com (11) Campbell, F. E. (2013). Cardiac disease and examination. World Small Animal Veterinary Association World Congress Proceedings.
Lauren and JJ welcome clinical pathology resident Dr. Sarah Laroche back to the podcast to discuss common misconceptions about veterinary practice and being a new veterinarian. Special Guest: Sarah Laroche.
Pointy Teeth

Pointy Teeth

2022-06-2257:47

In episode 3.7, Lauren and JJ welcome clinical pathology resident Dr. Sarah Laroche to the podcast to discuss the case of an icteric cat, a dog’s run-in with a rabbit, and veterinary school struggles. Special Guest: Sarah Laroche.
Lauren and JJ discuss the 2/3 rule in veterinary oncology, a Florida criminal case in which a woman has been charged with four counts of felony animal cruelty following the heatstroke deaths of four dogs, and the 2021 report of an imported dog who developed Rabies following insufficient vaccination. References: (1) Information about the 2/3 rule in veterinary oncology: http://www.veterinarycancer.com/hermangiosarcoma (2) Millar, S. L., Curley, T. L., Monnet, E. L., & Zersen, K. M. (2022). Premature death in dogs with nontraumatic hemoabdomen and splenectomy with benign histopathologic findings, Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 260(S1), S9-S14. Retrieved Jun 4, 2022, from https://avmajournals.avma.org/view/journals/javma/260/S1/javma.21.01.0033.xml (3) News article about the woman charged in Florida with four counts of animal cruelty after leaving four dogs in her car: https://nypost.com/2022/05/27/florida-woman-charged-with-leaving-four-dogs-to-die-in-her-car/ (4) The Philadelphia Inquirer article about the CDC's investigation of a case of Rabies in an imported dog: https://www.inquirer.com/health/rabies-dog-azerbaijan-pennsylvania-cdc-20220519.html (5) The CDC's Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report regarding the case of Rabies in an imported dog: https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/71/wr/mm7120a3.htm?scid=mm7120a3w
Zombie Shark

Zombie Shark

2022-06-0855:52

Lauren and JJ investigate a case of collapse in a middle-aged dog. This episode includes a detailed discussion of hemoabdomen and splenic hemangiosarcoma in the dog. References Primary sources of information for this episode: (1) Rothrock, K., Smrkovski, K., & Rosenthal, R. C. (2021). Hemangiosarcoma, splenic (canine). VINcyclopedia. Last updated 5/8/2021. Last accessed 5/26/2022. www.vin.com (2) Pope, K. (2018). Evidince-informed integrative oncology: Canine splenic hemangiosarcoma. Southwest Veterinary Symposium Proceedings, 2018. Information about rates of metastasis, splenectomy as a palliative procedure, and poor overall survival rates: (1) Pope, K. (2018). Evidince-informed integrative oncology: Canine splenic hemangiosarcoma. Southwest Veterinary Symposium Proceedings, 2018. (2) Clifford, C. A. & Liptak, J. M. (2017). Splenic tumors. Atlantic Coast Veterinary Conference Proceedings, 2017. (3) Batschinski, K., Nobre, A., Vargas-Mendez, E., Tedardi, M. V., Cirillo, J., Castari, G., Ubukata, R., & Dagli, M. L. (2018). Canine visceral hemangiosarcoma treated with surgery alone or surgery and doxorubicin: 37 cases (2005-2014). The Canadian Veterinary Journal, 59(9), 967-972. (4) Wendelburg, K. M., Price, L. L., Burgess, K. E., Lyons, J. A., Lew, F. H., & Berg, J. (2015). Survival time of dogs with splenic hemangiosarcoma treated by splenectomy with or without adjuvant chemotherapy: 208 cases (2001-2012). Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 247(4), 393-403. Information about median survival times: (1) Thamm, D., Withrow, S. W. (2013). Miscellaneous tumors: Hemangiosarcoma. Withrow & MacEwen’s Small Animal Clinical Oncology,St. Louis, MO. Saunders/Elsevier, 679-88. (2) Aronsohn, M. G., Dubiel, B., Roberts, B., & Powers, B. E. (2009). Prognosis for acute nontraumatic hemoperitoneum in the dog: a retrospective analysis of 60 cases (2003-2006). Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association, 45(2), 72–77. (3) Collard, F., Nadeau, M. E., & Carmel, E. N. (2010). Laparoscopic splenectomy for treatment of splenic hemangiosarcoma in a dog. Veterinary surgery : VS, 39(7), 870–872. (4) Marconato, L., Chalfon, C., Finotello, R., Polton, G., Vasconi, M. E., Annoni, M., Stefanello, D., Mesto, P., Capitani, O., Agnoli, C., Amati, M., & Sabattini, S. (2019). Adjuvant anthracycline-based vs metronomic chemotherapy vs no medical treatment for dogs with metastatic splenic hemangiosarcoma: A multi-institutional retrospective study of the Italian Society of Veterinary Oncology. Veterinary and comparative oncology, 17(4), 537–544. A selection of information about chemotherapy and adjunctive treatments for hemangiosarcoma (outside of the scope of this episode, for further reading): (1) Wendelburg, K. M., Price, L. L., Burgess, K. E., Lyons, J. A., Lew, F. H., & Berg, J. (2015). Survival time of dogs with splenic hemangiosarcoma treated by splenectomy with or without adjuvant chemotherapy: 208 cases (2001-2012). Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 247(4), 393-403. (2) Alexander, C. K., Cronin, K. L., Silver, M., Gardner, H. L., & London, C. (2019). The addition of metronomic chemotherapy does not improve outcome for canine splenic haemangiosarcoma. Journal of Small Animal Practice, 66(1), 32-37. (3) Matsuyama, A., Poirier, V. J., Mantovani, F., Foster, R. A., & Mutsaers, A. J. (2017). Adjuvant doxorubicin with or without metronomic cyclophosphamide for canine splenic hemangiosarcoma. Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association, 53(6), 304-312. (4) Teske, E., Rutteman, G. R., Kirpenstein, J., & Hirschberger, J. (2011). A randomized controlled study into the efficacy and toxicity of pegylated liposome encapsulated doxorubicin as an adjuvant therapy in dogs with splenic haemangiosarcoma. Veterinary and Comparative Oncology, 9(4), 283-89. (5) Kahn, S. A., Mullin, C. M., de Lormier, L. P., Burgess, K. E., Risbon, R. E., Fred, R. M., Drobatz, K., & Clifford, C. A. (2013) Doxorubicin and deracoxib adjuvant therapy for canine splenic hemangiosarcoma: A pilot study. The Canadian Veterinary Journal, 54(3) 237-42. (6) Kim, S. E., Liptak, L. M., Gall, T. T., Montelth, G. J., & Woods, P. (2007). Epirubicin in the adjuvant treatment of splenic hemangiosarcoma in dogs: 59 cases (1997-2004). Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 231(10), 1550-57. (7) Alvarez, F. J., Hosoya, K., Lara-Garcia, A., Kisseberth, W., & Couto, G. (2013). VAC protocol for treatment of dogs with stage III hemangiosarcoma. Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association, 49(6), 370-77. (8) Marconato, L., Chalfon, C., Finotello, R., Polton, G., Vasconi, M. E., Annoni, M., Stefanello, D., Mesto, P., Capitani, O., Agnoli, C., Amati, M., & Sabattini, S. (2019). Adjuvant anthracycline-based vs metronomic chemotherapy vs no medical treatment for dogs with metastatic splenic hemangiosarcoma: A multi-institutional retrospective study of the Italian Society of Veterinary Oncology. Veterinary and Comparative Oncology, 17(4), 537-44. (9) Gardner, H. L., London, C. A., Portela, R. A., Nguyen, S., Rosenberg, M. P., Klein, M. K., Clifford, C., Thamm, D. H., Vail, D. M., Bergman, P., Crawford-Jakubiak, M., Henry, C., Locke, J., & Garrett, L. D. (2015). Maintenance therapy with toceranib following doxorubicin-based chemotherapy for canine splenic hemangiosarcoma. BioMed Central Veterinary Research, 11(0), 131. (10) Lana, S., U'ren, L., Plaza, S., Elmslie, R., Gustafson, D., Morley, P., & Dow, S. (2007). Continuous low-dose oral chemotherapy for adjuvant therapy of splenic hemangiosarcoma in dogs. Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine, 21(4), 764-69. (11) Vail, D. M., MacEwen, E. G., Kurzman, I. D., Dubielzig, R. R., Helfand, S. C., Kisseberth, W. C., London, C. A., Obradovich, J. E., Madewell, B. R., & Rodriguez, C. O. (1995). Liposome-encapsulated muramyl tripeptide phosphatidylethanolamine adjuvant immunotherapy for splenic hemangiosarcoma in the dog: a randomized multi-institutional clinical trial. Clinical Cancer Research: An Official Journal of the American Association for Cancer Research, 1(10), 1165-70. (12) Grammel, T. (2016). A pilot, uncontrolled study of postsurgical treatment with autologous dendritic cell-based immunologic therapy in 10 dogs with splenic hemangiosarcoma. Veterinary Cancer Society World Congress Proceedings, 2016.
Snackisode 3.5: A Tire

Snackisode 3.5: A Tire

2022-06-0137:48

Lauren and JJ share some important clinical updates including a study about client perception of veterinary attire, guidelines from the FDA regarding veterinary drug compounding, updates for appropriate patient cooling in heatstroke cases, and the use of continuous glucose monitoring in diabetic cases. References and Resources: 1. The study on veterinary attire: E. Bentley, H. Kellihan, C. Longhurst, & R. Chun. (2020). Effect of attire on client perceptions of veterinarians. The Veterinary Journal, 265(1), 105550. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tvjl.2020.105550 2. VIN News article on the FDA guidelines for veterinary drug compounding: Lau, E. (April 21, 2022). FDA finishes veteirnary drug compounding guidance at last. VIN News Service. https://news.vin.com/default.aspx?pid=210&Id=10904160 3. Link to the FDA document, "Compounding Animal Drugs from Bulk Drug Substances:" https://news.vin.com/apputil/image/handler.ashx?docid=10887416 4. Link to the FDA document, "List of Bulk Drug Substances for Compounding Office Stock Drugs for Use in Nonfood-Producing Animals:" https://www.fda.gov/animal-veterinary/animal-drug-compounding/list-bulk-drug-substances-compounding-office-stock-drugs-use-nonfood-producing-animals 5. Link to the FDA's information regarding reporting adverse drug events, including Form 1932a: https://www.fda.gov/animal-veterinary/animal-drug-compounding/list-bulk-drug-substances-compounding-office-stock-drugs-use-nonfood-producing-animals 6. Sources for heatstroke clinical updates: (1) Wells RJ: Environmental emergencies. Western Veterinary Conference Proceedings. February 2012, 19-23. Las Vegas, NV. https://www.vin.com/members/cms/project/defaultadv1.aspx?id=5604141&pid=11348& (2) Brashear M: Canine heat stroke – Keeping your cool. Pacific Veterinary Conference Proceedings. June 2019, 21-24. Long Beach, CA. https://www.vin.com/members/cms/project/defaultadv1.aspx?id=9048897&pid=23140& (3) Carr M: The Pathophysiology and Treatment of Heat Stroke. International Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Symposium 2003. https://beta.vin.com/members/cms/project/defaultadv1.aspx?id=3848363&pid=11162& (4) Bruchim Y: Canine Heatstroke: Patient Management. International Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Symposium 2016. https://www.vin.com/members/cms/project/defaultadv1.aspx?id=7480469&pid=15793& (5) Waxman C: Temperature extremes: From hypothermia to heatstroke. New York Vet Show Proceedings. November 2019, 7-8. New York, NY. https://www.vin.com/members/cms/project/defaultadv1.aspx?id=9319962&pid=23658& (6) Hemmelgarn C, Gannon K: Heatstroke: clinical signs, diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis. . Compend Contin Educ Vet 2013 Vol 35 (7) pp. E3. https://beta.vin.com/members/cms/document/default.aspx?objecttypeid=2&template=articleview&objectid=1930137&said=1 7. Source for clinical updates regarding continuous blood glucose monitoring in diabetic patients: Lathan, P. A. (2021). Monitoring diabetic dogs and cats. Southwest Veterinary Symposium 2021 Proceedings. 8. Link to Patty Lathan's video on continous glucose monitor application in companion animals: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ytkcjpdxtKY
No Limit

No Limit

2022-05-2501:12:52

Lauren and JJ welcome therapist Dr. Kevin Stoltz to the podcast to discuss career counseling and developmment. Special Guest: Kevin Stoltz.
Lauren and JJ welcome veterinary clinical pathologist Dr. Kate Baker back to the podcast to talk about telecytology, sample preparation, and crumbs on the microscope. Special Guest: Kate Baker.
Blood Smears for Everyone

Blood Smears for Everyone

2022-05-1101:00:36

Lauren and JJ welcome veterinary clinical pathologist Dr. Kate Baker to the podcast to review some cool hematology cases. References: (1) The study referenced re: tick-borne relapsing fever: Piccione, J., Levine, G. J., Duff, C. A., Kuhlman, G. M., Scott, K. D., & Esteve-Gassent, M. D. (2016). Tick-Borne Relapsing Fever in Dogs. Journal of veterinary internal medicine, 30(4), 1222–1228. https://doi.org/10.1111/jvim.14363 (2) Reference for the information about zinc toxicosis and pennies: Zinc toxicosis is possible with US pennies minted after 1982 and Canadian pennies minted between 1997-2001. Rothrock, K., Dekker, & Shell, L. (2021). Zinc Toxicosis (Canine). VINcyclopedia. Last updated 11/28/21. Last accessed 5/2/22. Special Guest: Kate Baker.
Lauren and JJ discuss a case of veterinary resiliency, including the importance of mental flexibility, divergent thinking. The ladies also discuss brainstorming and goal setting.
Lauren and JJ welcome Dr. Cherese Sullivan to the podcast to discuss the Multicultural Veterinary Medical Association and the importance of diversity and inclusion in our field. Visit the Multicultural Veterinary Medical Association at https://mcvma.org/ Special Guest: Cherese Sullivan.
Lauren and JJ discuss what's new in pet technology and a Roomba disaster story.
All Eyes on JJ

All Eyes on JJ

2022-04-1350:56

Lauren and JJ investigate the case of a dog with a strange mandibular swelling. The episode includes an in-depth review of the fungal disease blastomycosis. Source: * Brister, J., & Morgan, R. V. (2019). Blastomycosis (Canine). VINcyclopedia of Diseases. https://www.vin.com/members/cms/project/defaultadv1.aspx?pid=607&id=4953586
Lauren and JJ discuss real-world interventions for compassion fatigue. References: 1. Fonken, L. (2019). Living between the lines: Life, work and wellbeing. 2019 Pacific Veterinary Conference Proceedings. http://www.vin.com 2. National Wellness Institute. (2020). Retrieved August 28, 2021, from https://nationalwellness.org/resources/six-dimensions-of-wellness/ 3. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (n.d.). Creating a healthier life: A step-by-step guide to wellness. Department of Health and Human Services. 4. Swarbrick, M. (2006). A wellness approach. Psychiatric rehabilitation journal, 29(4), 311-314. https://doi.org/10.2975/29.2006.311.314 5. The Ohio State University Office of Student Life Wellness Center. (2021). Retrieved August 28, 2021, from https://swc.osu.edu/about-us/nine-dimensions-of-wellness/ 6. Munley, P. H. (1977). Erikson’s theory of psychosocial development and career development. 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