Posts by CVUES

So far, so good!

Posted by on Aug 16, 2012 in News | Comments Off on So far, so good!

Well, the online booking function has been in place for about a week now. The first few tentative bookings have been made, and a few small bugs worked out.  I think it’s going to be a real hassle-saver, and the clinics using it have expressed good reviews so far! Feel free to explore the site. You may find something you didn’t know or would like to know. Meanwhile, I’ll get used to this new “blogging” habit, and try to ramble on with a few words to keep  in touch with the ultrasound community. If you’d like to receive a notice whenever anything new is...

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Welcome to the new website!

Posted by on Aug 2, 2012 in News | Comments Off on Welcome to the new website!

CVUES continues to push ahead in our efforts to get some great ultrasound information out there, and tell the world of animal lovers about ultrasound. There are a couple of very exciting new features about this website: First, and most important, is the online booking capability for mobile ultrasound.  You will be able to see my availability while you’re talking with your customer, avoiding the 3-way telephone tag that often goes on. There are several places in the website to access the booking calendar.  A user name and password will be required to log in, and will be provided to...

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Case #1 – Canine Liver Abcess

Posted by on Jul 31, 2012 in Cases | Comments Off on Case #1 – Canine Liver Abcess

Brandy A 14 y.o. FS Cockapoo presented to the clinic with the following: Dehydration, fever, extreme listlessness, anorexia, and a painful abdomen Liver enzymes were slightly increased Xrays showed a radiopaque density in the liver area Previous recent geri-panel was not consistent with the current emergency status of the patient Pathologist’s review of blood results: Acute (left shift) inflammation/infection with marked toxic change noted in the circulating neutrophils Sepsis is likely Marked decrease in platelets Hepatobiliary enzymes have worsened dramatically An abdominal...

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