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The COMPANION newsletter is published by BluePearl with sponsorship by our Partners in Education for Washington’s veterinarians, veterinary technicians, assistants and practice managers. Your feedback is important to us. If you have any questions or would like follow up on any story, please contact Cedar Francis of our veterinary relations team at cedar.francis@bluepearlvet.com.

Thank you to our 2017 Partners in Education: Antech, Elanco, Hill’s Pet Nutrition, Royal Canin, Stokes Pharmacy, and Trupanion.

Most Recent Newsletters
2017 Fall

Linear Accelerator Coming to BluePearl in Seattle | Electrochemotherapy Now Available Patient Selection is Important | BluePearl Team Joins Humane Society Veterinary Medical Association Rural Area Veterinary Services | Immunosuppressive Drugs | Zygomatic-Mandibular Synostosis | Continuing Education

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2017 Summer

BluePearl Seattle (Lake City Way) Moving to a NEW Location | Open Fractures and Treatment Approaches in Orthopedic Trauma Cases | Case summary: Respiratory paralysis secondary to disk-associated spinal cord injury | Pesky Proteinuria: When to Care About Protein in the Urine | Continuing Education

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2017 Spring

Autologous Blood Transfusions in an Emergency Setting | The Meaning Is Clear: Urine’s Hidden Secrets | What to do with a Hypoalbuminemic Patient | Meet Duane Robinson, DVM, PhD, DACVS-SA | Continuing Education

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2017 Winter

The Complicated Uti | Minimally Invasive Surgery | A Trip With World Vets In Cambodia | Unsung Heroes Of Specialty Hospitals | Meet Cardiologist Bryan Eason | Continuing Education

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2016 Fall

Negative Pressure Wound Therapy | Degenerative Valve Disease | Platelet Transfusions | New Doctors | Continuing Education

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2016 Spring

Renton And Seattle Level I Veccs Certified | Leptospirosis | Unresectable Mast Cell Tumors | Canine Influenza | Chemotherapy Safety | Patella Luxation | Continuing Education

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