Interpreting In-House Screening Tests

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This course has been created to help first opinion practitioners with the interpretation of common haematology and biochemistry markers in clinical practice. In house analysers can give us a rapid animal side results but how do we interpret these and what tests should we select to further investigate abnormalities?

Our team of specialists will help you to use the results of laboratory testing to manage your clinical cases effectively using evidence based medicine and taking into account recent advances in this area of medicine.

There will also be an opportunity to work through some interactive cases to consolidate the material covered in the lectures.


Dan Batchelor BVSc PhD DSAM DipECVIM-CA (Internal Medicine) MRCVS

This course will be of value to first opinion practitioners working in small animal practice along with those enrolled on one of our CertAVP medicine modules.


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05 Nov 2019 Leahurst Campus Book now

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