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A crisis of calcium

Internal Medicine | ECC | 112 mins | £25+VAT

Although disorders of calcium metabolism are relatively common in dogs and cats, they are frequently difficult to diagnose clinically. However, improvements in the laboratory assessment of calcium homeostasis have greatly…

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A Tale of Two Toxins… A liver’s story

Internal Medicine | 65 mins | £25+VAT

The liver is central to so many important functions within the body, but can often be the victim toxic insults. Hepatotoxicosis can also be characterized as dosage-dependent or idiosyncratic, although…

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Acute diarrhoea: Stepping away from the antibiotics

Internal Medicine | 74 mins | £25+VAT

Episodes of acute diarrhoea in dogs and cats are frequently encountered in small animal practice. Many episodes will improve with symptomatic care, but antibiotics are often included in the initial…

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Approach to the acute abdomen

ECC | Internal Medicine | 71 mins | £25+VAT

Approaching cases with acute abdominal pain can be daunting. However, with structured approach you’ll be able to solve the mystery of acute abdomen and help your patients in no time….

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Canine Hyperadrenocorticism

Internal Medicine | 78 mins | £25+VAT

Canine hyperadrenocorticism is a relatively commonly encountered endocrinopathy, and generally presents as a dog with PUPD. It is essential to exclude other causes of PUPD before performing more specific tests…

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Canine leishmaniosis

Internal Medicine | 62 mins | £25+VAT

Canine leishmaniosis is not currently endemic in the UK, however, with increasing numbers of dogs being imported from endemic countries, it is now commonly screened for and diagnosed in dogs…

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Chronic hepatitis… Coping with Copper

Internal Medicine | 80 mins | £25+VAT

Chronic hepatitis in the dog can be a diagnostic and therapeutic challenge. The majority of cases of canine chronic hepatitis are idiopathic. The etiology most commonly identified as a cause…

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Coagulation Disorders ‘If you prick us, do we not bleed?’

Internal Medicine | 155 mins | £25+VAT

In this webinar, we look at the approach to coagulation disorders in small animal practice. Coagulation is complex, but the investigations of these conditions does not have to be. We…

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Cobalamin… to be or not to be?

Internal Medicine | 82 mins | £25+VAT

Disorders of cobalamin (vitamin B12) metabolism are increasingly recognized in small animal medicine and have a variety of causes ranging from chronic gastrointestinal disease to hereditary defects in cobalamin metabolism….

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DKA… Don’t sugarcoat it!

Internal Medicine | ECC | 95 mins | £25+VAT

Diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) is a serious and potentially life-threatening complications of diabetes mellitus (DM). Patients with DKA are often very ill, their management challenging, and concurrent conditions that can substantially…

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Exocrine pancreatic insufficiency (EPI) is caused by decreased production of digestive enzymes by the pancreas. The most common clinical signs are polyphagia, weight loss, and a large volume of loose…

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Feline blood transfusions… As X-Men as it gets!

ECC | Internal Medicine | 45 mins | £25+VAT

Anaemia is a common reason for cats to present to our clinics, but the management of anaemia has lots of challenges. Cats don’t like to make things easy! In this…

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Feline Hepatic Lipidosis… Fat Cat Slim

Internal Medicine | 51 mins | £25+VAT

Feline hepatic lipidosis is the most common liver disease in cats. Although the pathophysiology is still poorly understood, obesity, anorexia, and stress are all important predisposing factors. In this webinar…

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Feline Infectious Peritonitis ‘FIP’

Internal Medicine | 64 mins | £25+VAT

FIP is a devastating disease in cats, and until recently there was no treatment available. In 2019, US researchers published some ground breaking studies documenting that GS441524 was highly efficacious…

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Feline leukaemia virus (FeLV)

Internal Medicine | Primary Care | 90 mins | £25+VAT

Feline leukaemia virus (FeLV) is a retrovirus of domestic cats worldwide. Cats lacking strong FeLV-specific immunity and undergoing progressive infection commonly develop fatal FeLV-associated disease. Many aspects of FeLV infection…

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Fever of unknown origin… Too hot to handle?

Internal Medicine | ECC | 73 mins | £25+VAT

Identifying the cause of a fever of unknown origin (FUO) in dogs and cats presents a considerable diagnostic challenge. The diagnostic workup can be frustrating for veterinarians and clients, especially…

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FIP: An update on legal treatment options

Internal Medicine | 26 mins | £25+VAT

This webinar will review new legally available treatment options for FIP. Remdesivir was made legally available for use in FIP cases in the UK in August 2021, and as of…

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Helping your gut: Acid, appetite and moving forward

Internal Medicine | 90 mins | £25+VAT

Vomiting is one of the moist common presenting signs in small animal practice. In this webinar we discuss the options for antiemetic therapy… there is more to it that maropitant….

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Increased liver enzymes in dogs & cats

Internal Medicine | 60 mins | £25+VAT

In this veterinary CPD webinar we discuss how elevated serum liver enzyme activities are often the first finding that prompts suspicion of the presence of hepatobiliary disease. In one study…

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Leptospirosis in dogs and cats in a puddle near you?

Internal Medicine | 61 mins | £25+VAT

This case-based webinar will summarize and communicate key clinical signs and practical management (diagnosis, therapy, prevention) tips related to Leptospira spp. exposure and infection in dogs and cats. By the end of…

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