eCPD Medical Problem Solving with Fiona Adam

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  • Speciality Medicine
  • Course type Online
  • Job Role/Target Audience Veterinary surgeon
  • Skill level Introduction, Intermediate
  • CPD Hours 5
  • Price £35 + VAT *Price includes 1 month subscription fo

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A series of 5 videos with Fiona Adam studying, diagnosing and planning treatments for a diverse range of cases.

***The cost of this course also includes unlimited access to vet-ecpd.com for 1 full month, allowing you to view hundreds of hours of certified CPD lectures on a huge variety of topics!**

Pattern recognition is one of the stalwarts of clinical practice- a combination of book-learning and experience helps us all to know that the pot-bellied, panting, polyphagic, polydipsic dog is very likely to be Cushingoid. But when the situation is less clear-cut, or there are conflicting clinical findings, it is easy to lose confidence with your work up and decision making. In these situations, a problem-based approach becomes imperative. This series will explore some challenging medical cases using this problem-based approach. The cases examined are a range of endocrine, respiratory, GI, urogenital and beyond and look critically at clinical pathology, imaging and histopathology results in the quest to make diagnoses and plan treatments for these patients- this is a whistle-stop tour of advanced internal medicine! The objective of this series is to improve confidence and promote a logical approach when dealing with more challenging medical cases.

Topics to be covered include:

    • How to approach cases using problem-based techniques
    • Interpretation of diagnostic tests and imaging
    • Logical systematic approach for investigation of endocrine, respiratory, GI and urogenital cases

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