Voyce Case Study: Lady Mayberry
By: Dr. Amanda Landis-Hanna
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This week’s edition of my Medical Monday blogs is coming from sunny Orlando, Florida. I am participating in our largest veterinary conference of the year: the North American Veterinary Conference (#NAVC2015). I am excited to be here, and to use the opportunity to learn new techniques, but also to share the latest news about Voyce Pro.
For instance, this week I will be presenting data from individual patients. Each of these use cases is designed to help show the power of data to influence medical decisions, to improve outcomes, and help dogs live healthier lives.
One case is Lady Mayberry, a German Shepard Dog who lives in Tennessee.
She was diagnosed with arthritis, and her medical team wanted to know how her treatment plan would be able to help her. Baseline data was collected (while waiting on her lab test results), and then she was started on a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory (NSAID). Over the course of several weeks, her veterinarian noticed she was sleeping better at night, as well as being more active during the day. Her low impact activity increased 14% and her moderate impact activity increased 35%.
Additionally, she began displaying high impact activity (100% increase) because she was more comfortable.
I am excited to share this case, as well as others, with my colleagues. In the weeks to come I will share additional dog stories and use cases.
If you have a use case you would like to share, or questions about how Voyce Pro can help you and your veterinarian, feel free to reach out to us on Facebook or Twitter!