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New York Vet Program

New York Vet 2019 

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    • Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 1
    • Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 2
    • Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 3
Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 1
  1. Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 1
    • Oncology
    • Orthopedics
    Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 1
    There is very little scientific literature on the optimal timing for neutering dogs and cats, yet this is a surgery we perform daily. If you have ever asked yourself: “what timing is the best” or “how ...
    • Dentistry
    Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 1
    Learning objectives for this lecture include knowing the relationship of vital structures of the maxilla and mandible and strategically important teeth including the maxillary fourth premolar and cani ...
    • Dermatology
    Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 1
    Itch and allergic dermatitis as the #1 reason dogs are presented to veterinarians. Recent advances in our understanding of why and how allergic dermatitis develops, and the impact that it has on dogs ...
    • Dermatology
    Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 1
    Accurately describing dermatologic lesions is extremely important for tracking a disease process and making an accurate diagnosis. Proper descriptions of lesions will be defined and discussed and rela ...
    • Orthopedics
    Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 1
    The limping cat presents a unique challenge to clinicians. Although most patients that present to orthopedic surgeons are dogs, cats are prone to many of the same conditions but they may not be treate ...
    • Endocrinology
    Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 1
    Administration of insulin has long been the standard of care for treatment of canine and feline diabetes mellitus. Although insulin is necessary for effective diabetes treatment, the process of choosi ...
    • Diagnostic Imaging
    Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 1
    The hardest part of diagnostic imaging in veterinary medicine is the diversity of the species that we evaluate. From horses to cows, dogs, cats, ferrets, rabbits and dolphins, lung and cardiac silhoue ...
  2. Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 1
    The clinical data for companion animals with the use of CBD has thus far been lacking. ElleVet was proud to bring you the first clinical safety and efficacy study and we've done it again! Join us for ...
Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 2
    • Anesthesia
    Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 2
    This presentation will describe the myriad of diseases that brachycephalic dogs are predisposed to and, therefore, what investigations should be undertaken to obtain a comprehensive understanding of t ...
  1. Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 2
    Preemptive pain control of surgical patients is paramount for achieving successful outcomes. During this lecture, we will examine the evidence regarding the combination use of pharmacologic and non-ph ...
    • Anesthesia
    Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 2
    The lecture will discuss the various pharmacologic options for pre-hospital and in-hospital sedation and anti anxiety medication. Various pharmacologic agents will be discussed as well as specific dru ...
    • Endocrinology
    Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 2
    Definitive diagnosis of endocrine disorders usually requires special testing, including provocative testing and specific hormone assessments. However, many common endocrinopathies cause characteristic ...
  2. Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 2
    Cystotomy is over 150 years old and much has not changed. Surgeons still leave stones behind and suture material in the bladder lumen causes 10 to 20% of recurrences. This presentation tells the story ...
    • Soft Tissue Surgery
    Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 2
    There are so many suture types and choices to make. Suture material biomechanical characteristics can be matched to the biomechanical characteristics of the different healing tissues to provide optima ...
    • Dermatology
    Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 2
    Topical therapies are extremely important for successful treatment of numerous dermatologic diseases. This lecture will review the epidermis in relation to topical therapies, will discuss new thoughts ...
Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 3
    • Practice Manager
    Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 3
    • Practice Manager
    Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 3
    • Anesthesia
    Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 3
    The lecture will discuss the unique needs of the brachycephalic patient including the anatomy of the larynx, the difficulties noted at intubation and recovery, and perioperative pharmacologic manageme ...
  1. Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 3
    This presentation is designed to give the general practitioner confidence that new technology, specifically CT and laparoscopy, is not only practical in a general practice setting, but also becoming m ...
    • Cardiology
    Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 3
    An update on Doberman and diet related dilated cardiomyopathy
    • Critical Care/Emergency
    Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 3
    CIRCI, or Critical Illness-Related Corticosteroid Insufficiency is a syndrome that has been identified in the literature in humans, dogs, and cats, describing either low cortisol levels or a decreased ...
    • Dentistry
    Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 3
    The veterinarian will learn how to avoid tooth extraction complications and treat the complication when it occurs. Learning objectives for this lecture include knowing surgical and non-surgical method ...
    • Orthopedics
    Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 3
    Lameness in dogs is a common presenting complaint. Age at presentation will influence the differential diagnoses. Young dogs are prone to a variety of conditions that are not seen in older dogs or the ...
Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 1
    • Pharmacology
    Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 1
    This session will discuss clinical cases and review possible drug interactions or drug contraindications specific to each patient.
    • Cardiology
    Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 1
    Treating heart disease in general practice
    • Neurology
    Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 1
    Inflammation is a common cause of central nervous system disease in dogs and cats. In this session, we will review the clinical presentation of CNS inflammatory diseases and their general diagnosis. T ...
    • Clinical Nutrition
    Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 1
    “Evidence-based medicine is the conscientious explicit and judicious use of current best evidence in making decisions about the care of individual patients”. In order to practise evidence-based medici ...
    • Critical Care/Emergency
    Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 1
    This seminar will be case-based and will review the most common emergency presentations for the dyspneic dog and cat. Emergent diagnostics, including TFAST (focused thoracic ultrasound), will be prese ...
    • Internal Medicine
    Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 1
    This presentation will discuss the differing options surrounding immunosuppressive therapy, including the best ways to use each. The presentation will surround case material to emphasize the major poi ...
    • Ophthalmology
    Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 1
    Tear production disturbances are one of the most common causes of ocular surface disease in dogs and cats. Left untreated, tear film disease leads to chronic irritation of the conjunctiva and cornea a ...
    • Soft Tissue Surgery
    Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 1
    Our patients are largely exempt from the common human comorbidities adversely affecting wound healing such as obesity, alcoholism, chronic diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Nevertheless, we are reg ...
Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 2
    • Clinical Nutrition
    Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 2
    Myths, alternative facts, and half truths plague veterinary nutrition. It is difficult for many clients to make sense of what they are reading and sometimes even more difficult for us to educate them. ...
    • Internal Medicine
    Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 2
    This presentation will discuss the diagnosis and management of collapsing trachea in the dog, including in depth management tips surrounding the major management modalities. The treatment modality opt ...
    • Behavior
    Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 2
    Self-injurious behavior is a symptom of multiple different behavioral disorders. Come to this lecture to learn what lesions and injuries are related to underlying behavioral disorders, how to identify ...
    • Neurology
    Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 2
    Acute head tilts, ataxia and nystagmus are common clinical presentations of vestibular disease in dogs and cats. We will review the cause of these clinical signs and specifically review the differenti ...
    • Endocrinology
    Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 2
    Monitoring a diabetic dog or cat is a crucial part of diabetes management. Unfortunately, expert recommendations for the optimal monitoring protocol vary to the point of frustration for many veterinar ...
    • Soft Tissue Surgery
    Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 2
    A late-onset, acquired laryngeal paralysis has been well documented in the literature for 40 years, presenting as a common condition in older dogs, particularly Labrador retrievers. Because a specific ...
  1. Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 2
    Innovative solutions to drive the value of the annual wellness exam, increase pet owner compliance and recapture lost canine heartworm doses
    • Diagnostic Imaging
    Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 2
    Radiographs are very good at determining the difference between bone and gas, but soft tissue and fluid are the same opacity. When dealing with intra-abdominal lesions, the main goal is to differentia ...
Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 3
    • Oncology
    Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 3
    Melanoma is a common malignancy in veterinary patients which arises from pigment-producing melanocytes. This cancer has a wide variety of clinical presentations and variable biologic behavior, dependi ...
    • Clinical Nutrition
    Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 3
    Veterinarians see patients with diarrhea nearly every day in clinical practice. We sometimes get stuck making the same initial diet recommendations
    • Dermatology
    Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 3
    Prevalence of allergy and specifically cutaneous adverse food reactions will be discussed. Current concepts of pathomechanism, diagnosis and treatment of cutaneous adverse food reactions will be discu ...
    • Ophthalmology
    Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 3
    Glaucoma is one of the most challenging diseases of the eye as clinical signs can be sudden in onset and can carry a devastating prognosis for both vision and comfort. This lecture will review ways to ...
  1. Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 3
    The appropriate management of patients with mitral valve disease relies on several factors. The disease must first be diagnosed and appropriately staged. Evidence for the effectiveness of therapy vari ...
    • Behavior
    Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 3
    Aggression to veterinary staff is a daily challenge that negatively impacts team morale and negatively impacts the physical and mental health of our patients. The good news is there are many ways to h ...
    • Oncology
    Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 3
  2. Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 3

 


 

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