Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine
Tampa Bay Veterinary Consultants
Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine
Department of Clinical Sciences
This combination of two internationally recognized Internists will provide you with a practical approach to the management of many common medical problems that you encounter in your daily practice. You are sure to come away with some very helpful tips!
Friday Dec. 17 (5.5 CE hrs)
All times are Eastern time. Each day starts at 9:00am Eastern, 8:00am Central, 7:00am Mtn & 6:00am Pacific
9:05-9:50 Testing for Chronic Kidney Disease
10:00-10:50 Treatment of Chronic Kidney Disease
11:00-11:45 Treatment of CKD (continued)
noon-1:50 A case based-approach to diagnosis of pu/pd
1:00-1:50 Cushing’s: diagnosis and treatment Part 1
2:00-2:30 Cushing’s: diagnosis and treatment Part 2
Saturday Dec. 18 (5.5 CE hrs)
9:00-9:50 Urinary Tract Infection – testing and treating uncomplicated cases.
10:00-10:50 Urinary Tract Infection – treating complicated cases and preventing recurrence.
11:00-11:45 Feline Pyelonephritis & Canine Prostatitis – diagnosis and treatment.
Noon-12:50. Feline hyperthyroidism: finding it and helping your patients live longer
1:00-1:50. Diagnosing canine hypothyroidism: a case-based approach
2:00-2:30 Diabetics: anything new that can help?
Sunday Dec. 19 (5CE hrs)
9:00-10:00 Diabetic conundrums: management dilemmas Part 1
10:10-11:15 Diabetic conundrums: management dilemmas Part 2
11:30-12:35. Update on canine & feline congestive heart failure treatment.
12:45-2:00. Updates on treatment of coughing dogs (chronic bronchitis, airway collapse) & wheezing cats (asthma, feline heartworm).
Diabetics: anything new that can help?
Diabetic conundrums: management dilemmas
Trilostane: the latest on how to use it
A case-based approach to diagnosis of pu/pd
Diagnosing canine hypothyroidism: a case-based approach
Feline hyperthyroidism: finding it and helping your patients live longer
When should Atenolol or Diltiazem be considered for feline cardiomyopathy?
Are ACE-inhibitors and Spironolactone necessary in feline CHF ?
Is pimobendan indicated or contraindicated for feline CHF related to HCM ?
What are the preferred thromboprophylaxis treatments in feline cardiomyopathy patients?
When to initiate and how to dose pimobendan in canine cardiac patients.
Loop diuretic therapy in canine and feline CHF – furosemide of torsemide?
Reducing angiotensin and aldosterone – what role do ACE-inhibitors play in canine CHF?
When did spironolactone become useful in canine CHF patients?
Use of Viagra in canine heart disease.
How to determine whether a coughing dog has chronic bronchitis vs airway collapse.
Which drugs are considered preferred cough suppressants in dogs?
Are bronchodilators helpful in coughing dogs? Which one?
When to consider surgical intervention or tracheal stenting in airway collapse.
Coughing cats – How do I tell if it is feline asthma or some other respiratory disease?
Do I have to give corticosteroids to feline asthma patients?
What are the preferred corticosteroids options for asthmatic cats?
When would bronchodilator treatment be useful in asthmatic cats?
Are human asthma drugs helpful in feline asthma patients?
Should cyproheptadine or Cerenia be considered in feline asthma patients?
Is immunotherapy helpful in treating asthmatic cats?
Serum creatinine, SDMA, AI – which is the preferred means of diagnosing CKD?
Should quantitative urine protein values be determined routinely in geriatric patients?
Is blood pressure determination really that important in renal patients?
Which antihypertensive treatment is preferred in CKD – amlodipine, ACE-Is or ARBs?
When should renal biopsy be considered?
What are the realistic goals in treating chronic kidney disease?
When should a therapeutic renal diet be started in CKD patients?
Are vitamin D, calcium and PTH important in CKD?
This dog/cat doesn’t like oral phosphorus binders. How important is this drug?
Appropriate use of erythropoeitin analogs in anemic CKD patients.
Appropriate use of fluid therapy and appetite stimulants in hyporexic CKD patients.
What are the preferred antibiotics in sporadic (uncomplicated) UTI patients?
How long should antibiotic therapy be administered in sporadic (uncomplicated) UTI?
What predisposing disorders should I look for in patients with recurrent (complicated) UTI?
How do I select an appropriate antibiotic in recurrent UTI patients?
What do I do when asymptomatic bacteruria is present?
Is oral cranberry effective? What about other drugs or supplements?
Does improving vulvar and vaginal health help reduce UTIs?
When to consider Phenylpropanolamine treatment in UTI patients.
This seminar is approved for up to 16 CE hrs.
This program has been approved for a maximum of 16 hours of continuing education credit in jurisdictions, which recognize AAVSB’s RACE approval; however, participants should be aware that some boards have limitations on the number of hours accepted in certain categories and /or restrictions on certain methods of delivery of continuing education. Call IVS at 800-487-5650 for further information.
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