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Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease

This study addresses lower urinary tract infections specific to cats, with an emphasis on nutritional strategies that veterinarians can utilize to help treat this infection. Dr. Lewis will also cover how veterinarians can properly educate pet parents on treating this disease and improve pet care in the home.This course is currently open for FREE access from December 3 - December 24, 2018. Still need to register for your free login? Click the button below! Register Now Author Bio:Dr....

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The In's and Out's of Flea & Tick Control for Cats

In this Web Conference, participants will learn about the typical feline patient and the current status of flea and tick protection for U.S. cats along with prevention strategies. This CE presentation from Boehringer Ingelheim's Tech Champions program.Course Objectives:Learn about the typical feline patient and the current status of flea and tick protection for U.S. catsReview why cats need protection against fleas and ticks - even indoor-only cats - and how an indoor flea infestation...

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Gabapentin and Amantadine for Chronic Pain: Is Your Dose Right?

This article describes the complexity of chronic pain, the need for multimodal therapy, and the use gabapentin and amantadine at correct dosages and administration frequencies in treatment protocols.After completing this article, readers will be able to compare protective pain and maladaptive pain, discuss the reasons that chronic pain can be difficult to treat and the need for multimodal analgesia, describe the role of gabapentin and amantadine in the treatment of chronic pain, and prepare...

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Feline Vaccination, We’ve Got the Answers!

This course reviews past vaccination guidelines, their purpose and how to continue creating better care for felines. The speaker covers an analysis of scientific results from prior vaccinations studies, and looks at progressive solutions for administering and selecting vaccinations in felines.Dr. Alice M. Wolf received her DVM degree from the University of California at Davis, interned at Angell Animal Medical Center in Boston, MA and returned to U. C. Davis for her residency in Small Animal...

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Case-Based Approach to Management of Feline Diabetes

This lecture will stress the importance of client education in the successful management of feline diabetes mellitus while also focusing on the treatment of feline diabetes including what insulins and dietary therapies are available. Feline diabetic cases will be included in this lecture to exemplify the challenges to be mindful of when treating this endocrinopathy.Audra Fenimore is a 2009 veterinary graduate from Colorado State University who completed her small animal ...

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Cushing's: Communication & Compliance

Getting clients to engage in the diagnosis and treatment of hyperadrenocorticism can be challenging, and veterinarians need to be prepared to explain both the disease and its management. In this session, we will talk about making those conversations successful, so that clients understand enough about the disease to pursue the appropriate diagnostics and are then prepared to commit to treatment.Please note: If you were an attendee at this VMX 2018 Conference session and received a general...

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Heartworm Disease: Beyond the Books

This course examines Heartworm disease from a comprehensive viewpoint, analyzing progression and pathology of the beginnings of the disease itself. The speaker will then walk through vascular changes, obstructive changes, reversible changes and finally, prevention of this disease.Please note: If you were an attendee at this VMX 2018 Conference session and received a general CE certificate, please be sure to check with your state licensing bureau regarding your eligibility to receive...

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Google Online Reviews and More

This course covers how to strategically market your veterinary practice in the modern technology era. The speaker will cover the current status of digital marketing, how to utilize google within the scope of a small business, how to maintain a quality presence online and how to present your brand online. He also will cover how to prioritize and strategically plan and execute your marketing agenda.Please note: If you were an attendee at this VMX 2018 Conference session and received a...

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Common Myths in Animal Pain Management

This course focuses on the common myths and mis-quotes within pain management. The speaker discusses a variety of treatment medications and strategies, with the goal to diffuse confusion or common misconceptions in the veterinary field. Please note: If you were an attendee at this VMX 2018 Conference session and received a general CE certificate, please be sure to check with your state licensing bureau regarding your eligibility to receive online credit for an individual session.

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Timely Trends in Tick and Tick-Borne Disease

Ticks are important vectors of numerous different pathogens and their biology and feeding behaviors contribute to how these pathogens are transmitted. In this session, Dr. Dryden will review general tick biology and how it relates to transmission of disease. He will also review what we know about how quickly (or slowly) some of these pathogens are transmitted and what that means for keeping your patients protected.Please note: If you were an attendee at this VMX 2018 Conference session...

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