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Ions In Action; Navigating The Maze Of Abnormal Electrolytes In Cats And Dogs

University of Nottingham

4 months ago
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Date: Wednesday 27th November, 2024 - Wednesday 27th November, 2024
Start time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Duration: 8 hour(s)
Cost: FREE

The identification of a patient with abnormal electrolytes is often associated with a diagnosis of Addison’s disease, but there are many patients who present with electrolyte abnormalities that were not expected and are not necessarily related to adrenal function! Because these abnormalities can be related to a wide range of different conditions, this course can be expected to cover a wide range of different conditions and will use case examples and a problem-orientated medicine approach to address:
· How to approach patients with abnormalities identified in their serum sodium, potassium, chloride, calcium or bicarbonate levels

· Improving delegates ability to create differential diagnosis lists for these problems and the use of problem-orientated medicine to narrow these down to reach the diagnosis

· Improving/updating delegates knowledge of the treatment of both canine and feline electrolyte disturbances

· Improving delegates confidence and ability to approach patients who are unstable or fail to respond to treatment

Who is it for?

The course will be undertaken in an as interactive a manner as possible using real-life case examples as discussion points and problem-solving exercises, so delegates need to come prepared to get involved in the discussion and bring their experience, enthusiasm and their own case stories with them – there will be no such thing as a silly question!

The Speakers

Professor Rob Foale. BSc BVetMed DSAM DipECVIM-CA FRCVS RCVS and European Specialist in Small Animal Internal Medicine.

The Venue

The School of Veterinary Medicine and Science is based at the Sutton Bonington Campus of the University of Nottingham.
The Sutton Bonington Campus encompasses world-leading laboratories and specialist facilities for studying biosciences and veterinary medicine.
https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/vet/service-for-business/index.aspx

Number of CPD hours this event can be recorded as

8 hours

Registration and Booking

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