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It is ten years since the RVC began delivering extracorporeal therapies for cats and dogs with kidney injury, immune-mediated disease and certain toxicities. More than 50 patients have received the advanced treatments, most of which would have died without it.
Laura Cole, Staff Clinician in Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care, and Stefano Cortellini, Senior Lecturer in Emergency and Critical Care A Labrador puppy with anuric acute kidney injury (AKI) with fluid overload and hyperkalaemia secondary to …
This RVC First Aid Guide for pet owners is an aid for emergency situations, but is not intended to replace veterinary advice that is specific to your pet.
The Royal Veterinary College has establishment a digital pathology platform, which allows digital scanning of glass slides to produce high-resolution digital slide images.