1160 Urinary Tract Disease

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About the course

Kidney disease and lower urinary tract disease account for a significant proportion of the animals that you'll see in small animal practice. The amount we know about these diseases is increasing all the time, as are the treatment options available for them. On this course we will focus on some of the more common diseases and presenting complaints associated with this complex body system, the pitfalls that can be encountered with their diagnosis and how you can optimise their management in a realistic and practical manner.

What you'll learn:

  • How to investigate azotaemia
  • A stepwise approach to the management of chronic kidney disease
  • How to manage acute kidney injury
  • How to investigate and manage glomerular disease
  • How and when to combat urinary tract bacteria
  • How to deal with urethral obstruction
  • What can be done for ureteral disease
  • How to approach the incontinent patient

Course Tutor: Mayank Seth BSc(Hons) BVetMed(Hons) DACVIM(SAIM) DECVIM-CA MRCVS

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