From time to time your rabbit may be admitted to your veterinary practice for nursing care needs. This is usually when the care is intensive, specialized or if your rabbit is very poorly and needs 24-hour care.
When hospitalised your rabbit will be cared for by vets, nursing and support staff, all treating your rabbit with care and dedication
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Health insurance for your rabbit
Illness - caring for your rabbit
Medicines - how to administer them
Recumbent or paralyzed rabbits - how to care for them
Samples - how they help your veterinarian
Stress in rabbits
Surgery - post-operative care
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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
Osteoporosis: lateral radiograph
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