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Content presented by Serge Chalhoub, BSc, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM (SAIM) | Søren Boysen, DVM, Dipl. ACVECC
In this second webcast, Drs. Chalhoub and Boysen discuss the treatment of CKD in evidence-based medicine, and the evolution of treatments being applied to early stages of kidney disease, which might even allow prevention. This discussion will focus on CKD treatments and how to apply them in the everyday clinical management of CKD patients.
Content prepared by Senani Ratnayake, BSc, RVT, Director of Learning and Engagement at Vet Alliance/Globalvet | Aaron Eckler, Hon BSc, MBA, Senior Director, Practice Services at Vet Alliance/Globalvet
STEP UP YOUR GAME AND DEVELOP YOUR PRACTICE MANAGEMENT SKILLS! You are an all-star player when it comes to veterinary medicine, and you wouldn’t treat a patient without a proper diagnosis – right? But what about the business side? Do you feel like you always start with three strikes when trying to solve practice management issues? Perhaps you follow the same game plan, because that's the play you know. Or, maybe you’re hesitating to try something new. We’re kicking off our new Practice...
Content presented by Josée Marcoux, DVM, IPSAV, D.E.S. in Dentistry
Interpreting small animal dental radiographs represents a daily challenge. Here’s a great opportunity to learn a few tricks to facilitate your interpretations, as well as to discuss other dentistry topics including: periodontal disease;periapical disease;resorption lesions in cats and dogs.
Content prepared by Senani Ratnayake, BSc, RVT, Director of Learning and Engagement at Vet Alliance/Globalvet
Introducing the Practice Playbook For many veterinary professionals, the financial and management aspects of their practice may seem daunting. We've got you covered! Develop new practice management skills and up your game with our new Practice Playbook, a monthly series that will focus on the tactics and strategies you need to expand your knowledge base and optimize your business. Our expert coaches are in your corner to provide you with cues to tackle parts of your business you might be less...
In this video, Dr. Sharon Quinn of Smart.Vet shares her point of view on telehealth consultations for weight management patients. She shares her best practices and explains the advantages of using telemedicine as well as the steps to be taken to start using a telemedicine platform in your clinic. Becky Taylor, RVT, MA, also shares her insight about how to engage with pet owners using telemedicine and to create a connection with them, so weight management can be as effective virtually as it is...
Continued daily dental care at home might seem daunting for some pet parents. In this short video, Becky Findley, RVT, VTS (Dentistry), describes our complete dental toolkit and shares a few hygiene tips to help you motivate owners in adopting a daily dental routine for their pet. Download these tools to support your team in making pet parents aware of how preventative dental hygiene is beneficial to their pet’s overall health. Poster Coupon Raise awareness about daily dental care by...
Content presented by Callie Harris, DVM
Probiotics are live bacterial supplements that can benefit the host animal by modifying its intestinal microbial balance. This balance is an important factor in regulating immune function and general GI health. It may also play a role in behaviour modification, specifically anxiety, through the gut-brain axis. In this webcast, Dr. Harris describes the characteristics of a safe and effective probiotic while explaining when and how to use such supplements. The research presented demonstrates how...
Hill’s nutritionists and veterinarians developed Prescription Diet™ Metabolic clinical nutrition, specially formulated to support pet weight management. For more information about Hill’s™ Prescription Diet™ Metabolic, contact your Hill’s representative. This content is sponsored and does not necessarily reflect the views of CommuniVET™.
Content presented by Søren Boysen, DVM, Dipl. ACVECC | Serge Chalhoub, BSc, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM (SAIM)
In this webcast, Drs. Chalhoub and Boysen discuss how the diagnosis of CKD has gone from waiting for clinical signs and azotemia to develop, to being able to diagnose renal disease very early. And, maybe even to predict which animals will develop kidney disease. The discussion will focus on new CKD pathophysiology concepts and testing developments, as well as how this impacts everyday clinical management of CKD patients. Part 2 Chronic kidney disease: The evolution of evidence-based treatments...