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What you get
These practical clinical monographs are written with general practice in mind and cover the clinically relevant information you need to efficiently work up your cases.
Find reliable diagnostic and treatment information on hundreds of clinical conditions and signs, from Alabama rot to xylitol toxicosis and everything in between.
Each monograph provides clear, actionable recommendations for every step of case workup, from presentation to follow-up, so you can solve your patient care puzzles and move on to your next appointment.
Dx & Tx are written by boarded veterinary specialists and undergo a rigorous peer-review process to ensure accuracy and clinical relevance.
Like all Plumb’s content, Dx & Tx are continually updated to help you keep up with significant developments in veterinary medicine.
Facing a case that isn’t by the book? Jump to the Clinical Challenges section, where you’ll discover real-life advice for issues, challenges, and curious encounters you won’t find in your stack of reference books. Plus, you can even submit your unique challenges for potential inclusion in the next update.
How it works
Tired of digging through a dozen resources to find one answer? Dx & Tx are organized for efficient decision-making at the point of care, and they’re easy to find from any device.
Start typing and Plumb’s will automatically offer results. Convenient filters help you narrow your search by species and classification (eg, infectious, zoonotic).
The predictable format includes a clickable table of contents as well as convenient links to information on presentation, diagnosis, treatment, and even consensus statements.
Help pet owners process and understand crucial details about their pet’s treatment, prognosis, and next steps for care with printable, easy-to-understand clinical handouts.