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DKA… Don’t sugarcoat it!

Internal Medicine | 65 mins | £20+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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Don’t forget to breathe ‘surgical dyspnoea’

Soft Tissue Surgery | 84 mins | £20+VAT

Jon and his poultry are pleased to bring you a review of surgical causes of dyspnoea, with a focus on emergency surgical procedure or tracheostomy and thoracic drain placement to…

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Dreaded Dirofilaria!

Cardiology | 48 mins | £20+VAT

Dirofilaria immitis is being seen in the UK, not only in pets travelling abroad on the Pet Passport scheme but, more commonly, from dogs imported from countries where heartworm is…

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ECG palpitations? Recognising arrhythmias

Cardiology | 64 mins | £20+VAT

This webinar will go through how we approach ECGs in order to try and reach an ECG diagnosis (sometimes easier said than done even for very experienced people). This session…

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Exocrine pancreatic insufficiency (EPI)… Making your enzymes work!

Internal Medicine | None | 75 mins | £20+VAT

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 | £20+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 cardiomyopathy

Cardiology | 53 mins | £20+VAT

A general overview of feline cardiomyopathies, how we diagnose them and up to date information on their management.

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Feline Hepatic Lipidosis… Fat Cat Slim

Internal Medicine | 51 mins | £20+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 | £20+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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FIP: An update on legal treatment options

Internal Medicine | 26 mins | £20+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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