Webinar: Where did all the blood cells go? Approach to anaemia in dogs and cats

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About the course

Key Areas

  • Classification of anaemia
  • Blood smear evaluation and other practical tips
  • Getting the most from a haematology panel
  • Management of IMHA and other cases of anaemia
  • When and how to pursue bone marrow testing

About this course

Where did all the red cells go? What to do when your patient is anaemic

This live webinar will discuss the common clinical problem of anaemia in dogs and cats. Anaemia may be discovered during the routine diagnostic evaluation of a patient or be the cause of an emergency presentation to the practice. During the webinar, a logical approach to these cases will be presented to ensure a diagnosis is rapidly reached, and the latest recommendations given for the treatment of the most common causes of anaemia in dogs and cats. 

There will also be discussion of when bone marrow evaluation is warranted and how to interpret the results. Why do this course? You will learn a logical approach you can apply to all cases with anaemia in a practice setting. There will be a focus on practical techniques and getting the most information from diagnostic testing. We will cover the common causes of anaemia and their diagnosis. We will also cover the current recommendations for their management using the latest evidence available.

The webinar will take place from 12.00pm to 2.00pm (GMT).

Course details
Course format: Live webinar with an opportunity for Q&As with the lecturer plus access to recorded version for 2 weeks
Course length: Two hours
Relevant to CertAVP modules: Emergency and Critical Care (C-ECC.3), Small Animal Medicine (C-SAM.8)

A recorded version will be available to purchase for £30 approximately two weeks after the live course date.


Lindsay Kellett-Gregory, BSc BVetMed DipACVECC FHEA MRCVS 
Lecturer in Emergency and Critical Care 
The Royal Veterinary College 

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