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Internal medicine: Veterinary CE

Prevention of nosocomial infections

December 7, 2010

Though any infectious agent can spread in a hospital, nosocomial agents are those that have evolved to be highly adapted to the hospital ecosystem. Certain strains of Staph aureus, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Clostridium difficile, and others spread between patients and hospitals in both humans and animals. The ecology and general means by which nosocomial agents spread will be covered in the first hour. Details for specific agents along with disinfection and monitoring will be covered. 1 CE credit.

Small animal cardiology

December 7, 2010

Heart disease is a common problem diagnosed in cats and dogs. It can be a congenital problem or acquired later in life. Patients with heart disease may present with an incidental murmur or in fulminant congestive heart failure requiring immediate emergency treatment. 6 CE hours.

Vaccination basics (Sponsored by Pfizer Animal Health)

December 6, 2010

This program provides team members with a general understanding of immunity, how vaccination protects against disease and a description of various canine and feline diseases for which vaccines are currently available. 1 CE credit hour.

Vaccination compliance

December 6, 2010

Dental Compliance is an engaging, interactive training program that helps your team understand dental compliance issues and how they impact pet wellness, the management of related disease processes and the fiscal/economic well being of the practice. 1 CE hour.

Diagnosis and Staging of Canine and Feline Heart Disease and Heart Failure (Sponsored by IDEXX)

December 2, 2010

This online on-demand course will introduce you to the ACVIM classification scheme for heart disease and heart failure to help you appropriately diagnose and stage at risk patients in your practice. (0.5 CE credits)

GDV: What's new? (Sponsored by PetsVetSpace)

September 30, 2010

In this presentation, Dr. Theresa J. Fossum discusses what's new regarding risk factors for this deadly disease, what to tell your clients who have high risk pets, whether prophylactic gastropexy is indicated, what you can do to reduce mortality, how quickly you need to operate and the best gastropexy techniques to use. (1 CE credit)

Hemangiosarcoma - All Bleeding Stops Eventually (Sponsored by PetsVetSpace and Capital Area Veterinary Specialists)

September 30, 2010

In this online on-demand course, Dr. Pam Jones discusses hemangiosarcoma - including staging tests and treatment options for various forms of hemangiosarcoma. (1 CE credit)

Daily Nutrition Matters - Nutrition for GI Cases (Sponsored by Nestle Purina)

August 10, 2010

This online on-demand course presents a series of case studies that teach veterinary professionals how to use nutrition to tackle everyday GI challenges. (2 CE credits)

Daily Nutrition Matters - Project: Pet Slim Down (Sponsored by Nestle Purina)

August 10, 2010

This on-demand online module includes a step-by-step approach to setting up an in-clinic weight management program, as well as six case studies covering a range of cat and dog weight issues. (1 CE credit)

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