ABSTRACT: Computed tomography (CT) is a widely used imaging modality in veterinary practice, often requiring contrast administration to reach a diagnosis. This case study describes a suspected anaphylactoid reaction in a female, 7- year- old Welsh springer spaniel undergoing CT to assess the skull/bullae.


Emma Louise Clifforde DipAVN (Small Animal) VTS (Anaesthesia and Analgesia) RVN

Emma qualified as a RVN in 2000; she gained her DipAVN (Small Animal) in 2011 while working at Dick White Referrals (DWR) as head theatre nurse. During this time her passion for anaesthesia continued to grow; Emma became an anaesthesia technician in 2012 while continuing to work at DWR and gained herVTS (Anaesthesia and Analgesia) in 2014.

Email: ec@dwnco.uk; Emma.clifforde@btinternet.com

Keywords: Ioversol; anaphylaxis; dog; anaesthesia; case study

To cite this article: Veterinary Nursing Journal • VOL 34 (04) • April 2019 pp92-95

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