Mechanical Ventilation – How? When? Why?

One of the most important processes within the body is the ability to breathe. Mechanical ventilation is the act of assisting or controlling the patients’ ability to breathe, and although it is an important part of treatment in some cases, the process can cause...

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5 Signs Your Pet Needs an Emergency Vet

Do you know when you need to take your pet to the vet? Whilst it might be easy if there is an obvious issue such as an open wound, active bleeding or they have been involved in an accident, but what about the hidden illnesses?  If you detect any of these symptoms in...

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5 Common Signs Your Pet is in Pain

Animals suffer from pain just like humans do and whilst most pet owners believe they would know if their pet were in pain, the truth is that it can be very difficult to recognise. Being observant and knowing the signs of chronic pain could prevent your pet from...

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How to Be Prepared for a Pet Emergency

We’ve all been there. That terrifying moment when you realise it could be life or death for your beloved pet. Your heart is racing, a million thoughts are running through your head, you panic because you don’t know what to do. Whether it be a dog fight, car accident,...

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Inspiring Vets Around the World

Animal Emergency Service’s very own dream team, Dr Alex Hynes and Dr Gerardo Poli, were recently offered the opportunity to speak to Veterinary students about the field of Emergency and Critical Care at the Royal Veterinary College in London, and then at the Society...

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