CUHA Beat: The Pulse of the Cornell University Hospital for Animals is an electronic newsletter for referring veterinarians. Published twice a year online and by email, it provides news about the College’s animal hospitals, clinical cases, and upcoming continuing education.

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  • CUHA Beat, September 2017 

    Cornell University Hospital for Animals Editorial Team; Office of Marketing and Communications (Cornell University, College of Veterinary Medicine., 2017-09)
    Contents of this CUHA Beat issue include: Large Animal Case Study, Equine TVEC (Romain Paralut, Bruce Kornreich); Small Animal Case Study, Caval Syndrome Cured (Romain Parault); Surgery Saves Injured Bobcat (Ursula ...
  • CUHA Beat, March 2016 

    Cornell University Hospital for Animals Editorial Team; Office of Marketing and Communications (Cornell University, College of Veterinary Medicine, 2016-03)
    Contents of this CUHA Beat issue include: RefVet Portal Allows Immediate Online Access to Patient Records; Case Study: Canine Patient with Immune-Mediated Thrombocytopenia; Theiler's Disease: Dr. Thomas Divers Talks about ...
  • CUHA Beat, September 2016 

    Cornell University Hospital for Animals Editorial Team; Office of Marketing and Communications (Cornell University, College of Veterinary Medicine, 2016-09)
    Contents of this CUHA Beat issue include: Case study: Cardiac ablation cures Labrador's ventricular pre-excitation; Case study: Ambulatory Clinic cures ketosis in dairy herd; Case study: Endoscopy removes fish hook from ...
  • CUHA Beat, April 2017 

    Cornell University Hospital for Animals Editorial Team; Office of Marketing and Communications (Cornell University, College of Veterinary Medicine, 2017-04)
    Contents of this CUHA Beat issue include: Welcome; Large Animal Case Study: An Unusual Case of Temporohyoid Osteoarthropathy (THO) in a Mare; Small Animal Case Study: Bear Mauling Leads to Trauma and Sepsis in Dog (Jessica ...
  • CUHA Beat, July 2014 

    Cornell University Hospital for Animals Editorial Team; Office of Marketing and Communications (Cornell University, College of Veterinary Medicine, 2014-07)
    Contents of this CUHA Beat issue include: First Dog Breeding Database in United States Launched to Improve Canine Health; New Sports and Rehabilitation Medicine Program Gets Pets Back in the Game (Joseph Wakshlag); Hospital's ...

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