How is HBOT applied to the patient? The patient is placed in a specialized chamber and the pressure surrounding the patient is increased by allowing the oxygen to flow into the sealed chamber. What is the goal of hyperbaric oxygen therapy? The goal of HBOT is to increase the amount of oxygen that is delivered […]
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A veterinary cardiologist is a doctor who specializes in diseases that can affect your pet’s heart, lungs and vascular system.
Dr. Julia Shakeri is available by appointment. The Exotic Animal Department sees avian, small companion mammals and reptile/amphibian species. The Avian/Exotic Pet department at Central Hospital offers wellness examinations as well as treatment and hospitalization of sick birds, reptiles, amphibians, and small companion animals such as sugar gliders, guinea pigs, rabbits and ferrets. Basic evaluation and supportive care […]
Fill and submit our I-131 referral form here Feline hyperthyroidism is one of the most common diseases of older cats, usually due to enlargement of the thyroid gland. The veterinarians of Central Hospital for Veterinary Medicine have experience in diagnosing and treating this disease, as well as administering the effective radioactive iodine or I-131 treatment option. […]
Dr. Lance Rozear is a Board Certified Radiologist and head of the Radiology Department at Central Hospital For Veterinary Medicine. He is available Monday through Friday for interpretation of all imaging studies performed on-site at Central Hospital For Veterinary Medicine. He is also available for consultation on digital and conventional imaging studies submitted through the mail or through Central’s Teleradiology service.
We are open twenty four hours a day seven days a week! No appointment is necessary for emergency visits and ICU services. We have been part of the community for over 40 years and will always be here to help. Our veterinarians are supported by a diverse hospital team of nurses, technicians, handlers and administrators. Central Hospital For Veterinary Medicine is honored to have been the recipient of the New Haven Advocate’s “Best of New Haven” in the veterinary category award eight times before the Advocate was discontinued. Call us on your way to the hospital or complete the welcome form in advance so we can assist you immediately. The welcome form is located to the right of this field (scroll over the lightbulb symbol).
Internal Medicine is accessible for case consultation and updates 6 days a week. This ensures that all hospitalized pets receive seamless monitoring and care. Our internal medicine specialists have advanced knowledge of small animal gastroenterology, endocrinology, immune-mediated and infectious disease, diseases of the kidney and lower urinary tract as well as respiratory disease. Our internists provide a continuum of care for both inpatients and outpatients, working closely with you and your referring veterinarian.
Cardiology/Interventional Radiology – Dr. Eric deMadron has joined our staff and has advanced training in in diseases of the heart and circulatory system. Some of the conditions a veterinary cardiologists may evaluate and treat include: Coughing, Heart Murmurs, Breathing Problems, Congenital Heart Defects, Irregular Heartbeats, High Blood Pressure, Cardiac Tumors and Heart Disease.
We offer some of the most advanced diagnostic and innovative surgical facilities in Connecticut. As the referring veterinary hospital for many small animal hospitals we have procedures that require specialized training and state-of-the-art technology. Our surgeons have completed advanced training in small animal surgery and are specialists in their field. Veterinary surgeons are dedicated to providing the very best in surgical care. This expertise helps to ensure the best possible outcome for your pet.
Oncologists focus on diagnosing and managing cancer, no matter where the tumor might be located. The Oncologist will perform a complete and thorough physical examination on your animal, and based on these initial findings, additional tests and treatment options will be discussed. Depending on your animal¡¯s condition, diagnostic testing or management