Veterinary Vertex

Veterinary Vertex

Veterinary Vertex is a weekly podcast that takes you behind the scenes of the clinical and research discoveries published in the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association (JAVMA) and the American Journal of Veterinary Research (AJVR). Tune in to learn about cutting-edge veterinary research and gain in-depth insights you won’t find anywhere else. Come away with knowledge you can put to use in your own practice – along with a healthy dose of inspiration to remind you what you love about veterinary medicine.

Episodes

February 6, 2023 22 min

Drs. Jane Shaw, Natasha Janke, and Jason Coe, authors of "Veterinary technicians contribute to shared decision-making during companion animal veterinary appointments in: Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association Volume 260 Issue 15 (2022) (avma.org)," describe and compare veterinary professionals’ use of shared decision-making during companion animal appointments. Hosted by Associate Editor, Dr. Sarah Wright, a...

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Dr. Briana Domenegato, one of the authors of “Effects of handling and storage on potassium concentration in plasma and serum samples obtained from cats in: Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association Volume 260 Issue 2 (2022) (avma.org)" talks about her experience as a JAVMA Student Award Winner. Hosted by Associate Editor, Dr. Sarah Wright, and Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Lisa Fortier, PhD, DACVS.

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Small animal internist, Dr. Jillian Haines, MS, DACVIM author of "A randomized crossover study of compounded liquid sildenafil for treatment of generalized megaesophagus in dogs in: American Journal of Veterinary Research Volume 83 Issue 4 (2022) (avma.org)", discusses Sildenafil as a treatment for generalized megaesophagus in dogs. Hosted by Associate Editor, Dr. Sarah Wright, and Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Lisa Fortier, PhD, DA...

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Veterinary internal medicine specialist, Dr. Adam Rudinsky, DACVIM, MS, author of "Randomized controlled trial demonstrates nutritional management is superior to metronidazole for treatment of acute colitis in dogs in: Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association Volume 260 Issue S3 (2022) (avma.org)", discusses how for canine noninfectious acute colitis, dietary management with an easily digestible diet with or w...

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January 2, 2023 19 min

Equine surgeon, Dr. Katherine Garrett, author of "When radiography and ultrasonography are not enough: the use of computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging for equine lameness cases in: Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association Volume 260 Issue 10 (2022) (avma.org)", discusses the applications of CT and MRI for equine lameness cases, including her unique perspective on diagnostic imaging as a surgeon. ...

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December 26, 2022 25 min

Editor-in-Chief and Publications Division Director, Dr. Lisa Fortier, PhD, DACVS, and Assistant Director, Nick DeLuca, share the many positive changes and improvements for the AVMA Journals and the exciting plans for 2023. Hosted by Associate Editor, Dr. Sarah Wright, and Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Lisa Fortier, PhD, DACVS.

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Editorial Manager, Karen Dodson, Senior Administrative Coordinator, Stacey Geelan, and Publishing Editor, Michelle Krieger, discuss how the AVMA Journals prioritize customer service to ensure a great author experience. Hosted by Associate Editor, Dr. Sarah Wright, and Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Lisa Fortier, PhD, DACVS.

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December 5, 2022 19 min

Veterinary nutritionist Dr. Valerie Parker, DACVIM, author of "Home-cooked diets cost more than commercially prepared dry kibble diets for dogs with chronic enteropathies in: Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association Volume 260 Issue S3 (2022) (avma.org)" discusses financial and nutritional considerations for home-cooked vs. commercially prepared diets. Hosted by Associate Editor, Dr. Sarah Wright, and Editor-i...

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November 28, 2022 29 min

Veterinary nutritionists and Guest Editors for the December 2022 JAVMA supplement, "Emerging Topics in Nutrition," Dr. Valerie Parker, DACVIM, and Dr. Teresa Burns, MS, PhD, DACVIM, discuss important clinical nutrition topics for small and large animals. Hosted by Associate Editor, Dr. Sarah Wright, and Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Lisa Fortier, PhD, DACVS.

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Veterinarian, Dr. Chris Rademacher, one of the authors of “Impact of human behavior on the spread of African swine fever virus: what every veterinarian should know in: Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association Volume 260 Issue 12 (2022) (avma.org)" discusses African swine fever virus (ASFV) and how ASFV is an animal disease and a human problem. Hosted by Associate Editor, Dr. Sarah Wright, and Editor-in-Chief, Dr. ...

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Veterinary radiologist, Dr. Mathieu Spriet, MS, DACVR, DECVDI, one of the authors of “Positron emission tomography: a horse in the musculoskeletal imaging race in: American Journal of Veterinary Research Volume 83 Issue 7 (2022) (avma.org)" talks about PET and one health. Dr. Spriet also shares how there is great promise for earlier and more accurate clinical diagnosis, as well as better understanding of pathophysiology and res...

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Veterinary dental and oral surgery specialist, Dr. Boaz Arzi, DAVDC, DEVDC, FF-AVDC-OMFS, one of the authors of “The oromaxillofacial region as a model for a one-health approach in regenerative medicine in: American Journal of Veterinary Research Volume 83 Issue 4 (2022) (avma.org)" talks about regenerative medicine and one health. Dr. Arzi also shares the challenges in this arena as a clinician-scientist. Hosted by Associate E...

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Small Animal Surgery Resident, Dr. Ashley Iodence, one of the authors of “Dogs undergoing surgical excision of mast cell tumors are not at increased risk of incisional complications in: Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association Volume 260 Issue S1 (2022) (avma.org)" talks about her experience as a JAVMA Intern Award Winner. Hosted by Associate Editor, Dr. Sarah Wright, and Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Lisa Fortier, PhD, DA...

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