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Veterinarian – NHVMA Member: $150
Veterinarian – Non-Member: $195
What's new in diabetic monitoring in dogs and cats?
Continuous glucose monitoring and more.
- This lecture will focus on the various modalities available for monitoring of diabetic dogs and cats. We will discuss the pros and cons of each modality and how to start using continuous glucose monitoring technologies in your practice.
Feline diabetes mellitus: Should diabetic remission be the goal?
- This lecture will be an in depth discussion of feline diabetes mellitus, including pathophysiology, diagnosis, treatment and monitoring. We will also discuss how to maximize the chance of diabetic remission and the pros and cons of such an approach.
Canine hyperadrenocorticism: Navigating test choices and interpretation.
- This lecture will briefly review the pathophysiology of canine hyperadrenocorticism and then focus on how to choose and interpret the various diagnostic tests that are available.
Canine hyperadrenocorticism: Individualizing treatment for your patients.
- This lecture will focus on the medical management of canine hyperadrenocorticism (Cushing’s disease) and discuss choice of drugs, choice of patients, and long-term monitoring.
Update on Addison's disease in dogs: What if my patient's electrolytes are normal?
- This lecture will discuss the syndrome of atypical Addison’s in dogs and how diagnosis and managment differs from the more classic presentation of the disease.
Case presentations: Uncommon and underdiagnosed endocrinopathies in cats.
- This will be a case-based presentation of less common endocrinopathies in cats and focus on how to decide when to look for these disorders and how to approach diagnosis and management.
About J. Catharine R. Scott-Moncrieff, MA Vet MB MS DACVIM DSAM DECVIM
Catharine Scott-Moncrieff received her Veterinary Degree from the University of Cambridge in 1985. She completed an internship in small animal medicine and surgery at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada, and a residency and Master of Science degree in internal medicine at Purdue University. In 1989 she joined the faculty of Purdue University, where she is currently Professor of small animal internal medicine and head of the Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences. She is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (small animal), the European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (companion animal), and has a Diploma in Small Animal Medicine from the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. Her research and clinical interests are canine and feline endocrinology and she is an author of more than 70 peer reviewed publications in small animal endocrinology and internal medicine.
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