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FEATURES 71 JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2018 ● TVPJOURNAL.COM Bridget M. Lyons Bridget M. Lyons, VMD, is a resident in emergency and critical care at the University of Pennsylvania. She graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine and completed a small animal rotating internship at the Animal Medical Center. Her research interests include sepsis and the role of the microbiome in critical illness. Lori S. Waddell Lori S. Waddell, DVM, DACVECC, is clinical professor of critical care medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, working in the intensive care unit. She graduated from Cornell University's College of Veterinary Medicine and completed an internship at Angell Memorial Animal Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. After her internship, she briefly worked as an emergency clinician in private practice before completing a residency in emergency and critical care at the University of Pennsylvania's Veterinary Hospital. Her current areas of interest include fluid therapy, acid– base disturbances, and coagulation in critically ill patients. 7. Mathews KA. The various types of parenteral fluids and their indications. Vet Clin N Am 1998;28(3):483-513. 8. Glover PA, Rudloff E, Kirby R. Hydroxyethyl starch: a review of pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, current products, and potential clinical risks, benefits, and use. J Vet Emerg Crit Care 2014;24(6):642-661. 9. Perel P, Roberts I, Ker K. Colloids versus crystalloids for fluid resuscitation in critically ill patients. Cochrane Database Syst Rev 2013;2:1-64. 10. Hayes G, Benedecenti L, Mathews K. Retrospective cohort study on the incidence of acute kidney injury and death following hydroxyethyl starch (HES 10% 250/0.5/5:1) administration in dogs (2007-2010). J Vet Emerg Crit Care 2016;26(1):35-40. shutterstock.com/Africa Studio

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