Feline Respiratory Tract Medicine 5th Feb 2024
Date: Monday 5th February, 2024 - Monday 5th February, 2024
Start time: 10:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Duration: 7 hour(s)
From acute presentation to chronic therapy, cats with respiratory disease have the potential to present a diagnostic and/or therapeutic challenge.
This day of lectures will offer an in depth look at a range of upper and lower respiratory tract conditions seen in feline patients. Some present diagnostic conundrums, others can be frustratingly refractory to treatment or recurrent.
Practitioners will consolidate a confidence in dealing with a dyspnoeic cat, develop a deeper appreciation of our current knowledge of feline lower airway disease, and review the numerous possible causes and treatment of a variety of upper respiratory tract diseases in cats. Where appropriate, recent changes to best practice will be reviewed, and newer treatment options discussed. Case studies will be included along the way.
Topics covered include the following:
Keeping calm: Approach to the dyspnoeic cat
Are all coughing cats the same? When and how to treat, when to investigate
An asthmatic cat is for life: Tailoring treatment to the individual
Do I need CT? Pinpointing the cause of nasal disease
Another non-resolving snuffles: What to do!
Preparation is key: tips to optimise success when investigating atypical respiratory presentations
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