DELAY Study: DELay of Appearance of sYmptoms of canine degenerative mitral valve disease treated with spironolactone and benazepril (Cardiology)

RACE-Approved 0.5 Hour CE Course

Dr. Borgarelli will provide a review of the DELAY study. He will touch on the prognostic significance of cardiac remodeling in dogs with MMVD and how cardiac biomarkers can be used in clinical trials.

Rational Dose Selection for ACE Inhibitors in Canine Heart Disease (Cardiology)

RACE-Approved 0.5 Hour CE Course

Although ACE inhibitors are among the most commonly prescribed medications in veterinary cardiology, no consensus exists on the ideal dose of ACEi for treatment of heart disease, systemic hypertension, or proteinuria. The purpose of this presentation is to review the existing evidence and future research directions that can assist clinicians in choosing the optimal dose of ACEi for their patients.

How Emotions Can Impact Feline Health (Behavior)

RACE-Approved 1 Hour CE Course

Stress in cats is associated with various neurohormonal changes that can have physiological effects that complicate the detection, monitoring, and/or management of disease. However stress can also have a direct impact on clinical disease too and there is increasing evidence of the role of stress as a causative or contributory factor in various diseases including feline idiopathic cystitis, infections, diseases, gastrointestinal disease and dermatological disease. While the role of stress may not always be obvious consideration should be given to environmental modification where stress might be contributory factor.

Tentative Diagnosis: Stress Is Impacting Your Dermatology Patients (Dermatology)

RACE-Approved 1.5 Hour CE Course

Dr. Grant shares her unique approach of evaluating the relationship between dermatology patients and their behavioral issues. She talks about stress, the physiology of the brain-skin interaction, and most importantly what you can do to treat or prevent this. Her focus is on understand how behavioral changes with chronic dermatological issues and how to address and enhance the dog’s or cat’s emotional state.

Keeping Calm Under Pressure: Hypertension & Co-Morbidities in Cats (Behavior)

RACE-Approved 1 Hour CE Course

This course will review the difference between primary and secondary hypertension as well as provide tools for the ongoing management and assessment of high blood pressure in cats. We will touch on both environmental and genetic causes for stress and the physiological effects that complicate the detection, monitoring and/or management of stress related diseases.

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