Instagram 101: How to Easily Start and Manage an Instagram Account for Your Clinic
September 2, 2022Cheyanne Flerx will give you a quick crash course on using and navigating Instagram. She'll also share the difference between Facebook and Instagram, what to post to Instagram, and provide an action plan so you can launch your Instagram account ASAP!
The Diet Trial is a Diagnostic Test
August 25, 2022Meagan Painter, DVM, DACVD, addresses how to understand the elimination diet trial as a diagnostic test when approaching the allergic patient. Specifics will include a review of the food allergy phenotype, best practices for diet selection, strategies for improving owner compliance, and a current review of the literature. A strong focus will be placed on introducing practical solutions that help general practitioners improve the diagnostic outcome after a diet trial is prescribed. Numerous case studies will be presented to highlight these concepts.
Canine Otitis Externa—Proper Work Up For This “Ear-Y” Occurrence
August 4, 2022Cade Wilson, DVM, walks us through the proper evaluation of canine otitis externa cases from the examination, slide preparations and microscopic observations for proper diagnosis. This will be followed by common treatments for both short-term and long-term conditions.
The Future is Here Ready or Not: Genetic Testing Leading to Precision Treatments and Telemedicine
July 28, 2022Dr. Rachel Venable discusses new technologies recently available in veterinary medicine, which can help aid the clinician in diagnosis, prognosis, therapy options, and communication options with clients and specialists.
The Leaky Vessel: Extravasation Protocols and Antidotes
July 14, 2022This presentation by Danielle DeCormier, LVT, VTS (oncology), discusses what to do when chemotherapy administration goes wrong. It covers the common injectable chemotherapeutics and what to do if they get outside the vein. Each drug will be explained as an irritant or vesicant, plus whether or not it has an antidote, and what the suggested protocols are if extravasated. Chemotherapy handling and administration will be addressed in terms of safety and prevention.