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Journal November 2008 (Vol 30, No 11)

NOTE: You have already passed this course.
NOTE: This course is no longer valid for accreditation purposes.

Five Common Toxins Ingested by Dogs and Cats CE Article #1

1. Induction of emesis is recommended for noncaustic toxins if the toxin was ingested in the past ____ hour(s).
2. The agent of choice to induce emesis in a feline patient in a veterinary hospital is
3. Which of the following laboratory tests would have an abnormal result in a dog with early anticoagulant rodenticide toxicity?
4. Ethanol acts in the treatment of ethylene glycol toxicity by
5. Which of the following signs are suggestive of marijuana toxicity?
6. Repeated administration of activated charcoal can be beneficial in the management of which of the following toxicities?
7. Metaldehyde is a
8. The treatment of chocolate toxicosis involves
9. In which of the following cases would emesis be indicated?
10. Laboratory abnormalities associated with ethylene glycol toxicity do not include
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