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Transfusion therapy refers to the infusion of donated whole blood or components of blood (such as plasma) into a patient. A variety of conditions may warrant a transfusion, such as acute blood loss from trauma or hemolytic anemia; clotting defects such as with hemophilia; or blood protein deficiencies as in serious intestinal and kidney conditions. Blood products may be taken from a hospital blood donor program or from a third party veterinary blood bank. Our blood donors are screened for infectious diseases and other illnesses to insure the safety of blood products for our critically ill patients.

Emergency & Critical Care

When every second counts for your dog or cat, our Emergency Center is open for you and your pet 24/7, 365 days a year. If your dog or cat becomes sick, or is injured during your veterinarian’s normal business hours, he/she should be your first choice for treatment. But pets, like people, seem to need medical attention in the middle of the night...

Our Emergency & Critical Care Services

Aggressive Analgesia
Cardiac Output Monitoring
Central Venous Pressure Monitoring
Continuous ECG Monitoring and Telemetry

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