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Learn more about relevant topics and conditions in veterinary medicine in these lectures from previous CE events.
November 7th, 2018- 2 Hour CE lecture on: Handling Challenging Cases from Top to Bottom
Hour 1: The Use of Anticonvulsants in Small Animal Practice
This presentation will focus on the clinical use of anticonvulsants in dogs and cats. We will focus on chronic therapy rather than stopping seizures in the acute setting. Topics discussed will include goals of therapy, when to start therapy, drug selection, adverse effects, and adding a second medication. The medications discussed will be phenobarbital, bromide, zonisamide, and levetiracetam. SPEAKER: Dr. Dharshan Neravanda
Hour 2: Using Nutrition to Improve Clinical Outcomes in Canine GI Patients.
This presentation will focus on the use of nutrition in canine GI cases beyond simple dietary indiscretion. We will discuss the GI microbiome, probiotics and probiotics as well as nutritional options for stress related GI issues in dogs. Learn about recent upgrades and new products that can help you get more of your canine GI patients feel better faster. SPEAKER: Dr. Wendy Weirich
WHERE? Prime Street Grille- 4680 Crain Hwy White Plains, MD 20695
WHEN? November 7th, 2018. 6:30PM - 9:00PM - Registration & Social Hour: 6:30PM to 7:00PM - Lectures: 7:00PM - 9:00PM
Monday, July 9th, 2018 at 7:00PM- Common Hepatobiliary Diseases
DESCRIPTION: On July 9th Dr. Harrison will be presenting a one-hour continuing education lecture about canine and feline hepatobiliary disease. The first half of her lecture will review hepatobiliary disease in terms of anatomy, liver function, and diagnostics. The second half of her lecture will involve discussion of canine and feline cholangitis as well as gallbladder mucoceles and gallbladder sludge. Throughout her presentation Dr. Harrison will emphasize recent literature as it relates to her lecture.
SPEAKER: Dr. Jenn Harrison, DVM, DACVIM
2018- Annual Symposium: When Painful Pets are a Pain for Vets: Alternatives For Managing Pain in the Opioid Crisis
Performing Anesthesia on the Diseased Patient
Feline Anesthesia, Fluid Therapy, and Treatment of Anesthetic Complications
Perioperative Pain Management Part I
Perioperative Pain Management Part II
Veterinary Team Wellness
Pain vs Dysphoria
NSAIDS: Just the Facts
2017- 6th Annual Southern Maryland Symposium: Managing and Treating Disease of the Renal and Urinary System
Acute Kidney Injury
Ultrasonography of the Kidneys
Transitional Cell Carcinoma
Surgery of the Urinary Tract
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