Euthanasia: Considerations, Concerns, and Complications

March 2013
Journal of Avian Medicine & Surgery;Mar2013, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p53
Academic Journal
The article focuses on a panel discussion on euthanasia among seasoned veterinarians who have been performing euthanasia for several years in the U.S. which include Jeffrey R. Applegate of Oakhurst Veterinary Hospital, Oakhurst, New Jersey, Jennifer Rode Bloss of Brook-Falls Veterinary Hospital and Exotic Care, Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, and James R. Onorati of Des Moines Veterinary Hospital, Des Moines, Washington. It also states that major topics discussed include hospital policy regarding euthanasia, procedures followed by hospitals to perform euthanasia and provisions of special service to clients from hospitals after euthanasia.


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