AAHA guidelines review the latest information to help veterinary teams address central issues and perform essential tasks to improve the health of their patients.
Diabetes management can be overwhelming and time-consuming for both pet owners and practitioners. To help with this challenge, the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) is pleased to release its newly revised Diabetes Management Guidelines. This Web conference will cover the management of diabetic dogs and cats based on those guidelines. The speakers will discuss diagnosis, dietary and insulin therapies, and monitoring strategies. An overview of troubleshooting difficult-to-regulate pets will also be presented.
About the Speakers
Patty Lathan, VMD, DACVIM, is an assistant professor of small animal internal medicine at Mississippi State University. Her primary interest is endocrinology, and she is secretary and treasurer of the Society for Comparative Endocrinology. Her research interests include testing for adrenal disease and treatment for feline diabetes mellitus. She completed a 1-year rotating internship at Mississippi State University before completing a residency in small animal internal medicine at Purdue University, where she also received her MS. She earned her degree in veterinary medicine from the University of Pennsylvania.
Renee Rucinsky, DVM, DABVP(F), graduated from the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine in 1994. She has been board certified by the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners in Feline Practice since 2001 and has been the owner of Mid Atlantic Cat Hospital in Maryland since 2009. Dr. Rucinsky's special interests include feline endocrine diseases, surgery, and geriatrics. In her free time, she is a runner, biker, and hiker. She is currently owned by two cats (Truman and Jules), and one plain brown dog (Marla Pooch).
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