Iowa State University Veterinarian: Volume 33, Issue 3
A memorial for the lives of two students of the College of Veterinary Medicine, David Lee Hudtson and Thomas John Huerter.
The author and subject index for the issues of Volume 33 of Iowa State University Veterinarian.
Photography also provides the professional medical individual, in this case the veterinarian, with an additional recording system. It allows him to adequately record and demonstrate important patient progress (the classical before and after sequence). It provides him with visual emphasis to support written and verbal reports of selected medical-surgical cases.
The basis of this compilation is to present the inquisitive with a ready reference for feline nutrition. We will cover the known suggested amounts for each nutrient in prose and in the more readily accessible table form. For additional spice, the known clinical effects for each deficiency and toxicity will also be included. In the last portion of the paper the data will be assimilated into a practical from with suggested stock diets for the cat.
Dr. E.E. Wedman had served as an associate director of the veterinary Medical Research Institute of Iowa State University from 1964 until September 4, 1971, when his resignation became effective. Now, Dr. Wedman is the head of the department of Veterinary Science at Oregon State University.