Updates in Feline & Canine Medicine

Fiona Adam
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A nine-part learning series for vets with Fiona Adam covering recent advancements and changes to the way we approach some areas of small animal medicine.

A one-stop-shop to catch up on new things in small animal medicine in recent years: useful if you are returning to small animal practice after a short career break or just need a quick refresher on what’s cropped up in the past couple of years.

The series provides a whistle-stop tour through the up-to-date thinking in endocrinology, nephrology, GI medicine, infectious disease and more.

6 Hours CPD

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  • Description

    Topics covered include:

    • An update on chronic kidney disease management, including the use of SDMA
    • New things in endocrinology – the use of DOCP in hypoadrenocorticism, & new thoughts on the management of Cushing's disease
    • Exotic (or perhaps not so exotic!) diseases – Babesia in the UK & other emerging diseases
    • What’s new in gastrointestinal disease – oral cobalamin supplementation, feline EPI, colitis in cats & much more

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    North Downs Specialist Referrals

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