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Content presented by Karol A. Mathews, DVM, DVSc (surgery), Dipl. ACVECC
Despite a growing recognition of the importance of pain assessment and management in veterinary medicine, persistent myths and misconceptions often undermine effective and safe pain management. In this question and answer video with Dr. Mathews, selective but common misconceptions and myths are addressed, on an evidence-based medicine approach, with the goal of supporting veterinary implementation of optimal pain management in dogs and cats. Additional information: Hunt J An Analysis Of The...
Content presented by Sarah M. A. Caney, BVSc, PhD, DSAM (feline), MRCVS
In this webinar, Dr. Caney provides an overview of managing the senior and geriatric cat through the implementation of the “well cat protocol” with the goal of early illness identification and intervention, and a focus on maximizing quality and quantity of life. She defines key components of the "well cat protocol" based on age and the likelihood of identifying an existing disease that would benefit from intervention, and includes tips on protocol implementation that encompass the entire...
Content presented by Danny Joffe, DVM, Dipl. ABVP Emeritus (canine/feline), Vice-President of Medical Operations at VCA Canada
Follow Dr. Joffe as he reviews the diagnosis and management of canine acquired heart disease. He focuses on diagnosing and managing the disease in the general practice setting, and helps clinicians develop a clinic protocol to manage patients with asymptomatic heart disease, as well as those with clinical congestive heart failure.
Content presented by Sonya G. Gordon, BS, DVM, DVSc, Dipl. ACVIM (cardiology)
In this video, Dr. Gordon focuses on pragmatic solutions to clinically relevant scenarios that commonly confront the first-opinion veterinarian when dealing with acquired heart disease and failure in dogs. Dr. Gordon uses her clinical expertise and published data to support rationale clinical approaches to the diagnosis and treatment of canine heart disease readily accessible in general practice with a focus on maximizing the patient’s quality of life.