Rational Approach to the Patient with Diarrhoea
Tired of Googling pet owners self-medicating their pets with probiotics, feeding raw meat diets and requesting faecal transplants?
There are numerous causes of acute and chronic diarrhoea in cats and dogs which can be frustrating to diagnose and resolve.
Want to be more confident in your approach to these cases and client discussions? We will discuss a rational approach to patient assessment, test result interpretation and treatment planning which is essential for a successful outcome.
- Lara Boland
CPD Points: 1
On completion of this course participants will confidently:
- Assess a diarrhoea patient using the signalment, history and physical examination findings
- Develop a diagnostic plan using blood tests, faecal analysis and diagnostic imaging
- Formulate rationale treatment plans for different diarrhoea presentations
WebinarLIVE! Series are ideal for recent graduates
WebinarLIVE! is a series of webinars which give you an opportunity to interact LIVE with our team of experts. Ask your burning questions and get real-time answers.
Each webinar starts with 30 minute presentation by our expert followed by a half hour of live question-and-answer time. So come armed with those queries and challenges you have faced – or are facing – and get valuable input that can help improve your clinical outcomes.
With a focus on some of the common challenges seen regularly in small animal practice this collection of webinars is aimed at supporting the recent graduate.
Thursday 27 February to Wednesday 4 March 2020 – Delivered Online