Feline Infectious Diseases and Vaccination Protocols

Martha Cannon
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This learning series with Martha Cannon provides an update on common and emerging feline infectious diseases.

There is in depth discussion on both established and new diagnostic tests and their interpretation, as well as practical approaches to management of these common but challenging conditions.

Controversies regarding feline vaccination protocols are discussed and current World and European Vaccination Guidelines are reviewed with a view to developing effective and practical vaccine protocols for day to day practice.

6 Hours CPD

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  • Description

    Topics covered include:

    • FIP: Where are we now? New developments in diagnosis and treatment
    • Interpreting Feline Faecal Panels: What is relevant, what is not?
    • Cat Flu Viruses: Managing acute disease and chronic complications
    • Do cats get infectious lung disease?
    • The Mycobacteria Minefield: Finding a way through the complexities of diagnosis, notification and treatment

  • In association with...

    The Oxford Cat Clinic

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