Specialty Spotlight: Classifications of Shock

Specialty Spotlight: Classifications of Shock
Madeline Libin, DVM, DACVECC

There are several types of shock, but ultimately the definition of shock is consistent. Shock is the result of any condition in which the metabolic demand for oxygen exceeds uptake and utilization of oxygen. Most cases of shock are due to decreased delivery of blood to tissues.

Shock is… Read More

Angel Fund Story: Klaus’ Emergency Surgery

Klaus is a 4-year old terrier mix who presented to our emergency service earlier this month for progressive anorexia, vomiting, and lethargy. Klaus was scheduled for an outpatient ultrasound the following Monday but rapidly declined over the weekend. Our emergency team moved up… Read More

Dr. Amanda Little Joins our Emergency Team

We’re excited to announce, Dr. Amanda Little is joining our emergency team. Dr.  Little attended Cornell University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences for her undergraduate degree in Animal Science in 2009 and obtained her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2013. Following her… Read More

Specialty Spotlight: Minimally Invasive Surgery for Management of Lung Tumors

Minimally Invasive Surgery for Management of Lung Tumors
Joseph Palamara, DVM, DACVS-SA

Minimally invasive surgery is a constantly evolving field of veterinary surgery. Competency and expertise in minimally invasive surgery are requirements in the process of board certification in small animal surgery. Thoracoscopy, laparoscopy and arthroscopy are minimally invasive procedures which involve… Read More

Upstate Veterinary Specialties

Upstate Veterinary Specialties