Canine pyoderma: Best practice in a new age of anti-microbial therapy
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Canine pyoderma: Best practice in a new age of anti-microbial therapy

1 hour lecture with dermatology specialist Debbie Simpson

 Export to Your Calendar 18/04/2019
When: 18 April 2019
Where: Online
New Zealand
Contact: Simon Clark
07 850 2294

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About the course

Key learnings:

  • Why do dogs get skin infections?
  • When should systemic antibiotics be used rather than topical antimicrobials?
  • How often should dogs be washed with anti-microbial shampoos?
  • Are chlorhexidine or bleach sprays or soaks a good idea?
  • What are appropriate first line antibiotics for superficial bacterial pyodermas?
  • What would prompt a clinician to send away a sample for culture?
  • What precautions should be taken when antimicrobial resistance is diagnosed?

Suitable for

Veterinarians and Veterinary Nurses


Tutors

Dr. Debbie Simpson BVSc, FANZCVS Veterinary Dermatology


CPD Points

1.5 CVE if quiz is passed


Prices

Free


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