Internal Medicine to Help Treat Serious Pet Conditions
Internal medicine is a medical specialty that focuses on the diagnosis, management, and non-surgical treatment of serious or complex diseases. The veterinarians at Conrad Weiser Animal Hospital are trained to diagnose and treat your pet with the best medical technology and treatment plans available.
Disorders affecting the following systems are often seen at our hospital:
- Viral and bacterial infections
- Hematologic (spleen and blood)
Procedures Used to Diagnose Internal Medicine Cases
- Aspirates and biopsies
- Bone marrow aspirates
- Critical care management
- Feeding tube placement
If your pet suffers from a serious disease requiring specialized care, we are trained in advanced medical procedures and techniques. Some of these procedures include:
- Diabetic stabilization
- Intravenous fluid therapy
- Biopsy procedures
Early detection is the key to a good outcome, and our staff is trained in the diagnosis and treatment of common diseases that afflict cats and dogs. If your pet is diagnosed with a problem, we will develop a specialized treatment plan that addresses the issue and allows your pet to live an active, happy life.
Conrad Weiser Animal Hospital:
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