EJCAP Summer 2015 issue out now

(23.06.2015) No need for fancy toys or a specialist degree: in the EJCAP Summer 2015 issue, Robyn Jarrett and colleagues describe an easy, practical technique to treat nasal squamous cell carcinoma in cats, using diathermy and curettage.

The issue also includes interactive refresher papers on bone marrow cytology, the impact of chemotherapy on the digestive tract, portable blood glucose meters and the challenging approach of diagnosing blood-clotting disorders.


It also contains a presentation of the 2014 FECAVA symposium on pet zoonoses: Which are the main diseases humans and livestock can catch from pets, and how have these been identified? What are the main recommendations from the CALLISTO project? Find out more in the CPD section!

Veterinary app & book reviews

You will also find a new line-up of veterinary app and book reviews, and a new selection of papers in the “How to…” spread, including two cardiology lectures presented at the 2015 BSAVA congress. We also provide a sneak preview of several clinical case reports to be presented at the upcoming SEVC/FECAVA congress in Barcelona.

Free interactive CPD – at your fingertips

Details on the European veterinary stray dog policy paper, on global pain control guidelines and other news can be found in the news section. EJCAP also has its very own website which greatly facilitates browsing through issues and searching for specific papers.

Access is open to all veterinary practitioners, students and nurses in Europe and beyond, and is compatible for viewing on tablets. Please visit www.ejcap.org for more details.

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EJCAP Summer 2016: Innocent heart murmurs in puppies

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EJCAP Winter 2015: Atopy in dogs and cats

EJCAP Winter 2015: Atopy in dogs and cats

Diagnosis of canine atopy (Patrick Hensel et al.), description of seasonal or recurrent flank alopecia (Sophie Vandenabeele et al.) and an audio presentation by Danny Scott on feline atopy
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EJCAP Autumn 2015: Special issue on geriatric feline care

EJCAP Autumn 2015: Special issue on geriatric feline care

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EJCAP Spring issue 2015

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What’s the risk for owners if pets have influenza, toxoplasma or cryptosporidium? Mike Lappin and Thomas Vahlenkamp, two speakers at the 2015 FECAVA Symposium present the evidence, with practical tips on management.
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EJCAP Special issue 2014: Calm pets, happy vets

EJCAP Special issue 2014: Calm pets, happy vets

How can you turn a snarling, snappy dog in your consultation into a well-behaved patient? Changing the mindset of dogs and counterconditioning are the key words in Sophia Yin’s paper on Reducing stress and fear aggression in the clinic
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