Diagnosis of Acute Pancreatitis in Dogs – More Than Meets the Eye (Internal Medicine)

RACE-Approved 1 Hour Course

This session will summarize the current knowledge regarding the diagnosis of acute pancreatitis in dogs, especially as it relates to the measurement of lipase in serum and various imaging modalities.

Etiology & Pathogenesis of Acute Pancreatitis in Dogs - Just Too Much Fat? (Internal Medicine)

RACE-Approved 1 Hour CE Course

This session will summarize the current knowledge regarding risk factors of pancreatitis and how these risk factors lead to pancreatitis in dogs.

Bugs and Diseases: What’s Trending in California (Parasiticides)

RACE-Approved 2 Hour Course

This course is designed to update veterinarians and technicians about the vectors and vector-borne diseases that are trending in California and those that can affect pets. The course will provide the participants with expert advice on the most effective prevention protocols currently available. To increase client compliance and usage, best practices and scientific-based recommendations that veterinarians and their teams can use to better educate and communicate the importance of vector-borne disease prevention will also be included.

Approach to the Pruritic Pooch! History, Hints, and Exam Clues to a Diagnosis (Dermatology)

RACE-Approved 1.5 Hour CE Course

Diagnosis and treatment of the pruritic patient can be frustrating for both the veterinarian and the client! During this one-hour lecture, board-certified veterinary dermatologist, Dr. Melissa Hall, will review how she approaches the pruritic dog with case studies from her practice. From the initial history to the examination findings, Dr. Hall will share tips and tricks to avoid client fatigue and frustration. And, most important, how to practice best medicine and help those pruritic pooches.

Malassezia Dermatitis: But What About the Azole? (Dermatology)

RACE-Approved 0.5 Hour CE Course

Malassezia dermatitis is a common condition detected in our canine and feline patients. Chronic yeast infections can be frustrating for both the veterinarian and the client. During this 45-minute lecture, board-certified veterinary dermatologist Dr. Melissa Hall will review Malassezia dermatitis and the benefits of topical therapy to manage these cases.

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