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Internal medicine: Veterinary CE

New Insight into the Practical Diagnosis of Bleeding Disorders (Sponsored by IDEXX)

January 13, 2011

In this online on-demand archived Webinar, Dr. Urs Giger presents the practical approach to diagnosing bleeding disorders, including thrombocytopenias, thrombocytopathias, and von Willebrand's disease, as well as many coagulopathies, such as disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC), by utilizing signalment, history, clinical signs and in-house diagnostics. (1 CE credit)

Preanesthetic Evaluation - Make No Compromises (Sponsored by IDEXX)

January 13, 2011

In this online on-demand archived Webinar, Fred Metzger, DVM, DABVP, discusses preanesthetic testing best practices and the medically sound reasons for same-day, fasted results to minimize risks, protect your patients against adverse anesthetic events and speed up patient recovery time. (1 CE credit)

Holistic Medicine Naturally Nutraceutical

December 7, 2010

In this course, you'll learn the theory and practice of providing information and clinical support for clients interested in home preparing foods or selecting ?natural? commercial diets and the theory and practice that underlie the clinical use of botanical and nutraceutical medications alongside of or instead of conventional pharmaceuticals or surgery. 6.8 CE Credits.

Endocrinology

December 7, 2010

This course will help you change your entire approach in treating diabetic cats and help you have a better understanding of the various insulin preparations available. You will feel comfortable treating the Ketoacidotic Diabetic and know how to prevent and treat diabetic cataracts and complications associated with them. 7 CE credits.

Common brain disorders in dogs and cats

December 7, 2010

This neurology course focuses on common brain disorders in dogs and cats. Some animals have untreatable brain tumors or other serious diseases, and others have conditions that are treatable or at least controllable. How do we tell them apart? How do we localize the problem to different parts of the brain? 7 CE credits.

Practical clinical oncology

December 7, 2010

This course covers basic Principles of oncology, diagnostic imaging of cancer patients, practical radiation therapy, chemotherapy drugs, managing the feline cancer patient, canine nasal tumors, lymphoma in dog and cats. 12 CE hours.

Practical Oncology: Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

December 7, 2010

This course will highlight practical aspects of veterinary oncology such as breaking the news to clients, and managing chemotherapy side effects and cancer pain. 8.5 credit hours.

Oncologic Cytology

December 7, 2010

Cytology is a minimally invasive, yet diagnostically powerful tool that can provide you and your clients with a wealth of information about the patient. The goal of this conference will be to strengthen cytologic skills through the extensive use of clinical examples. The emphasis will be on improving recognition of the more common neoplasms and differentiating them from non-neoplastic conditions. 5.25 CE hours.

Feline geriatric medicine

December 7, 2010

This course features practical tips on minimizing stress for their feline patients in the clinic setting; the latest information on managing renal failure, practical and effective protocols for anesthesia and analgesia in geriatric cats. 7.2 CE credits.

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