Since the discovery of penicillin by Alexander Fleming in 1928, antibiotics have saved millions of lives, in both human and veterinary medicine. They are an invaluable tool used against many diseases and are constantly evolving.
Antibiotics are incredibly useful and invaluable, but they can pose a significant challenge when used in rabbits
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Ear base abscesses
Electrical burn injury
Epizootic rabbit enteropathy
Illness - caring for your rabbit
Medicines - how to administer them
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus infection
Nephrotoxicity - toxicity in the kidneys
Pododermatitis - sore hocks
Red eye - hyperemia
Samples - how they help your veterinarian
Septic arthritis - joint inflammation
Snuffles - the facts
Surgery - post-operative care
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Pain relief overview
Skin cancer / tumors
Infraorbital / mental nerve block landmarks: diagram
Use of supraglottic airway device (V-gel)
Emergency first aid
Laparoscopy equipment: intra-operative position - diagram
Medial patella desmotomy/lateral retinacular imbrication: diagram
Lateral fabelloligament suture placement: diagram
Lateral fabellopatellar suture placement: diagram
Trochlear wedge sulcopasty: diagram
Patella luxation 02: AP radiograph
Patella luxation 01: LL radiograph
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