The term seizure is used to describe a self-limiting, asynchronous discharge of neurons within the brain. In humans, seizures are diagnosed on the basis of electroencephalography; in veterinary medicine, however, seizures are typically diagnosed on the basis of clinical appearance. Given that most seizures are witnessed by pet owners, not veterinarians, diagnosing seizures in veterinary … [Continue Reading]
In this video, learn how to clean your autoclave in a few easy steps. Simple and effective maintenance that will extend the life of your equipment.
We are proud to show you our latest technological advancement at Dispomed. The machining team has been working for a while on setting up a robotic arm on one of our milling machines. This ambitious project will allow us to maximize the operating time on this …
Cushing’s disease, or hyperadrenocorticism, is a common endocrine disease of dogs. It generally affects middle-aged dogs, especially Beagles, Boston Terriers, Boxers, Dachshunds, and Miniature Poodles. There are two types of Cushing’s disease: Pituitary-dependent Cushing’s disease A benign pituitary tumor secretes excessive amounts of adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH). This excessive ACTH leads to increased cortisol release from … [Continue Reading]
Feline panleukopenia, sometimes known as feline distemper, is a highly fatal viral disease of cats worldwide characterised by gastroenteritis and immunosuppression. In this article, we review risk factors and prevention of feline panleukopenia, with a particular focus on the use of feline panleukopenia vaccines. Feline panleukopenia: symptoms and survival rates Feline panleukopenia is caused by … [Continue Reading]