What do dog intestines and cat colons have in common? Not Much!
While gastrointestinal invovlement is one of the top three diagnoses made in the consult room, it is not such a simple solution. Not all treatments are created equal. Join us for this FREE webinar with Internal Medicine Specialist Dr. Craig Webb as he covers two of the most common pathologies in general practice: Cronic Enteropathies in dogs including IBD and Megacolon in cats.
Gastrointestinal cases are common place in General practice and can be some of the most frustrating cases to treat. They never read the textbook, and tend to take a long time to resolve, or manage symptoms. Dr. Webb will cover the basics to patient management to assist with these struggles for GP vets.
Date and Time:
This webinar will be on-demand for the week starting 3rd August for you to view in a simulated live format allowing you to ask questions which we will respond to after the closing of the week, and download the CPD certificate
Intended Learning Outcomes:
- Overview of the broad category of Chronic Enteropathies in dogs
- Understanding of IBD and gold standard diagnostic pathways
- Pathology of Megacolon in cats and best practice approaches for management
Dr. Craig Webb - PhD, DVM, DACVIM (Small Animal)
Dr. Craig Webb is a Professor in the Clinical Sciences Department at the Colorado State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital, where he is Head of the Small Animal Medicine Section. Dr. Webb received his PhD in Neuroscience prior to completing his DVM degree at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Dr. Webb did his internship at Alameda East in Denver Colorado, spent a year in private practice, and then went on to complete his Small Animal Residency at CSU, where he has been ever since. He is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine, and specializes in Clinical Gastroenterology. Along with Drs. David Twedt and Eric Monnet, Dr. Webb is an integral part of CSU CE courses in both Flexible Endoscopy and Laparoscopic techniques. Dr. Webb presents annually at the ACVIM Convention and lectures throughout the United States and in Europe on current topics in Small Animal veterinary medicine. Dr. Webb’s research interests include stem cell therapy, antioxidants, and figuring out how to best educate veterinary students.
This event has been accredited by the NZVA for 1 CVE point.
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