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Internal medicine: Veterinary CE

Canine and Feline Heart Disease Basics (Sponsored by IDEXX)

August 9, 2010

This online on-demand course is designed to give you a general overview of the most common canine and feline heart diseases and their effect on the cardiovascular system. (0.5 CE credits pending)

Poisonous Plants: Plants Affecting the Urinary and Hemic-Lymphatic Systems

July 23, 2010

In the first half of this course, you will become familiar with the important oxalate-containing plants that cause kidney disease in animals. The second half of this course deals with plants such as onions, sweet clover, red maple and bracken fern. (1 CE credit)

Poisonous Plants: Plants Affecting the Integumentary System

July 23, 2010

This course will enable you to recognize the signs of photodermatitis associated with a variety of plants. (1 CE credit)

Health Management of Nursery-Stage Pigs

July 23, 2010

At the end of this module, practitioners should be able to describe the changes in immune status of the piglet that occur upon weaning, and much more. (2 CE credits)

Bovine Lameness

July 23, 2010

This course covers the fundamentals of bovine lameness, including its diagnosis and treatment. (1 CE credit)

Toxic and Exotic Diseases of Swine

July 23, 2010

This course will enable veterinarians to describe the pathophysiology of the major infectious, nutritional, and toxic diseases of swine, as well as describe analogous diseases in other species. (1 CE credit)

Health Management in the Grower/Finisher Stage

July 23, 2010

At the end of this module, practitioners should be able to list the industry targets for desired average daily gain, days to market, and market weight, and more. (2 CE credits)

Reproductive Management of Swine

July 23, 2010

This course is designed to provide the veterinary practitioner with fundamental information on swine production. (2 CE credits)

Poisonous Plants: Toxic House Plants

July 23, 2010

The most important toxic house plants and the clinical signs they produce in dogs and cats are discussed. (1 CE credit)

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