Webinar: Pre-Vetoryl Cortisol: a new method of monitoring canine Cushing’s disease

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About the course

Canine hyperadrenocorticism, or Cushing’s disease, is a common diagnosis that usually needs life-long treatment with Vetoryl. Monitoring this treatment is an important component of a successful experience for patients, their owners and vets.

Recently a rapid monitoring technique that relies on a simple clinical assessment technique and single cortisol measurement has been developed. This short webinar will describe how to deliver this monitoring to your patients, including how to interpret the cortisol results, to achieve optimal management of these cases.

Speaker: Professor Ian Ramsey, BVSc PhD DSAM DipECVIM-CA FHEA FRCVS,  Small Animal Hospital, University of Glasgow

This webinar will entitle you to 2 hours CPD

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