In this online on-demand archived Webinar, Dr. Urs Giger presents the practical approach to diagnosing bleeding disorders, including thrombocytopenias, thrombocytopathias, and von Willebrand's disease, as well as many coagulopathies, such as disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC), by utilizing signalment, history, clinical signs and in-house diagnostics. (1 CE credit)
In this online on-demand archived Webinar, Dr. Dennis DeNicola focuses on minimizing the confusion around characterizing its severity and defining whether or not an anemia is regenerative or non-regenerative to ensure the correct direction for diagnostic investigation. (1 CE credit)
In this online on-demand archived Webinar, Dr. Stephen DiBartola discusses why fluid therapy can be critical when treating conditions such as vomiting, dehydration, hypovolemic shock and gastroenteritis, to name just a few. (1 CE credit)
In this online on-demand archived Webinar, Dr. Saxon focuses on the clinical implications of thrombocytopenia and how to best diagnose this common bleeding disorder in your patients. In addition, Dr. Saxon discusses treatment options and case management based on a patient's clinical signs. (1 CE credit)
This online on-demand archived Webinar focuses on the interpretation of changes that occur in the hemogram of the dog and the cat which have clinical significance in the diagnosis and management of diseases. (1 CE credit)
This course will help you change your entire approach in treating diabetic cats and help you have a better understanding of the various insulin preparations available. You will feel comfortable treating the Ketoacidotic Diabetic and know how to prevent and treat diabetic cataracts and complications associated with them. 7 CE credits.
After completing this lesson, you will be able to: Identify the changes in gait related to each stage of a 4 point and 5 point locomotion scoring system and understand which scoring system to use depending on purpose of scoring. 1 CE credit.
These lectures focus on current and ?cutting edge? techniques in pain management for the small animal or special species patient. Participants will learn about current principles of pain physiology and pain assessment techniques that they will be able to implement in their veterinary practices. 6.25 CE credits.
As cultural and societal ideas concerning animal pain and suffering are progressing, so must our ideas about veterinary anesthesia and analgesia. Thus, we will discuss new anesthetic and analgesic techniques as well as new twists on some old techniques, including fluid therapy. In addition, lectures on machines and monitors will help you decide which pieces of equipment suit your practice the best. 7.25 CE hours.