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Webinar: The Therapy-unresponsive Atopic Dog

Royal Veterinary College

2 months ago
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Date: Wednesday 17th March, 2021
Start time: 1:00 AM
Duration: 2 hour(s)
Cost: £50

Key AreasFactors that prevent adequate control of pruritusThe main therapeutic options for canine atopic dermatitisAbout this courseWhat next for an itchy dog with atopic dermatitis that is not doing well enough on treatment? Canine atopic dermatitis is recognised as having significant impact on welfare over the lifetime of a patient. Whilst the general principles of treatment of canine atopic dermatitis have remained unchanged, the major advances in the treatment options for pruritus and inflammation associated with this disease in recent years have therefore been a welcome development. Yet the wealth of treatment choices can feel confusing, and satisfactory control of the disease remains a challenge in some patients. This webinar will propose approaches to the itchy dog that is not doing well enough on treatment.Why do this course?You will learn to recognise when a change of approach is needed, to identify factors that prevent adequate control of pruritus and to choose therapeutic strategies to address those factors.The webinar will run from 12.00pm to 2.00pm London time including a 30 minute registration and familiarisation period prior to the commencement of the lecture.Recorded versions will be available to purchase for £30 approximately two weeks after the completion of all live webinars

Who is it for?

vets

The Venue

Anke Hendricks, DrMedVet CertVD DipECVD PGCertAP FHEA MRCVSAssociate Professor in Veterinary DermatologyThe Royal Veterinary College

Number of CPD hours this event can be recorded as

2 hours

Registration and Booking

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