1373A Hot Topics in Canine Medicine

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About the course

Areas of Canine Medicine are developing rapidly and it’s not always easy to keep up to date. This interactive seminar based course will help you to get right up to date in key areas and apply learning to the cases you’re likely to see in your consulting room.  

What you’ll learn: 

  • Current concepts in asymptomatic bacteriuria and urinary tract infections in dogs – When are antibiotics really necessary?
  • Diabetes mellitus in dogs – Which insulin to use and how to monitor your patients effectively
  • The coughing dog – What to look for and how to treat your patients
  • Acute pancreatitis in the dog – current concepts in diagnosis, management and monitoring
  • Raised liver enzymes in the dog – What should you do?
  • Chronic diarrhoea in the dog – Do you always need to biopsy?
  • Proteinuria in the dog – Investigations and practical management for the best outcomes
  • Canine Leptospirosis – What’s new? 
  • An update on the diagnosis and management of hepatic encephalopathy in dogs

Tutor: Guillaume Ruiz DVM CEAV-MI DipECVIM-CA


Start date Location / delivery
11 Oct 2019 CPD Solutions Training Centre, Studley Book now

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