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Dr. Johnny D. Hoskins
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Dr. Hoskins received his DVM degree in 1968 from Oklahoma State University. He did a small animal internship and received his PhD in Veterinary Pathology at Iowa State University. He is a Diplomat, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine, with specialties in Small Animal Internal Medicine and Small Animal Pediatrics. He is Professor Emeritus at the Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine. He currently provides a small animal internal medicine consultant service to practicing veterinarians through DocuTech Services, Inc. He is author of numerous scientific articles and the clinical textbooks Veterinary Pediatrics: Dogs and Cats from Birth to Six Months and Geriatrics & Gerontology of the Dog and Cat. He writes monthly columns in the DVM Newsmagazine on selected topics in small animal pediatrics and geriatrics. He is a well recognized national and international lecturer on many clinical practice-related topics in small animal internal medicine.

"Recording ECGs in your clinical practice should be done on a daily basis. All dogs and cats requiring sedation and anesthesia should have a ECG tracing done prior to the scheduled event -- this is standards of care now in year 2005. Also, every dog and cat with heart murmur or any signs of cardiopulmonary disease should have a ECG tracing done. The owner expects this type of care."     -Johnny D Hoskins, DVM, PhD


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