Veterinary emergency and critical care is dedicated to provide quality care to the animals that are critically ill and require intensive monitoring. Veterinary ICUs offer a large number of treatments including Continuous invasive monitoring, ventilation, inotropes and vasopressors, Nutritional support through feeding tubes, Fluid and colloid therapy, Blood and plasma transfusion, Bedside monitoring of blood gases, hematocrit, hemoglobin, electrolytes and colloid osmotic pressure.
Veterinary intensive care unit aims to provide a caring environment for critically ill animals and monitoring with the most advanced veterinary treatments available.
Related Journals of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care
Journal of Veterinary Science & Technology, Journal of Animal Nutrition, Arabidopsis C. Elegans and Zebrafish, General Medicine: Open Access, Journal of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care, Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Veterinary Parasitology, Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine, American Journal of Veterinary Research.
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