In Practice 34:564-571 doi:10.1136/inp.e7376
  • Clinical practice
    • Companion animal practice

Managing the dyspnoeic emergency Patient


Correct and rapid management of respiratory emergencies is demanded of almost every veterinary practitioner. A structured, logical approach to

the dyspnoeic patient will maximise the chance of a successful outcome. This article looks at initial treatment of respiratory emergencies as well as respiratory diseases of the lower and upper airway and thoracic cage.

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