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We are able to offer specialist level investigations and treatments for the full range of disorders including those of the gastrointestinal, hepatic, pancreatic, respiratory, renal, urinary, endocrine, and haemolymphatic systems.

Out-of-hours service and emergency referrals

There is always a medicine clinician on duty to manage in-patients and provide support for on-going cases. The duty clinician is also available for advice to vets and to see emergency referrals if appropriate. Urgent advice requests are returned by the first available clinician. We always try and accommodate daytime and out-of-hours emergencies but on occasions when we feel we have insufficient resources to give the level of care necessary we may have to recommend an alternative centre or a delay in the referral.

Communication

Communication is a key element in managing our cases. Owners of hospitalised pets will usually be updated twice daily. We endeavour to get an interim or discharge report to the referring vet as soon after the pet has been discharged as possible. Referring vets should always feel that they can telephone for updates on cases if necessary.

Acute Kidney Injury ('Alabama Rot')

The medicine team at Anderson Moores have been heavily involved in investigating and managing cases of 'Alabama Rot', that have been widely reported in the media. News items and information sheets on this condition can be found in the 'News/Blog' section of the website.

 

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