Yellow, Smelly and Stubborn: A Clinical Approach to Liver, Pancreatic and GI Disease, Presented by Dr. David Twedt June 22-23, 2019
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How many times a month do you see a patient with pancreatitis or an elevated ALP or ALT? Sharpen your skills in treating common problems with a global leader in hepatobiliary and pancreatic disease, CSU professor, Dr. David Twedt. This seminar will cover a case based approach to GI, liver and pancreatic disease, including:
-What to do with abnormal liver enzymes
-How to treat chronic hepatitis,
-The feline triaditis syndrome
-The four most important therapies in pancreatitis
-When to use antibiotics, probiotics or steroids for chronic diarrhea
-Why is your cat vomiting again?
-Nine hours CE*
- One additional hour CE if lunch and learn session offered/attended
-Breakfast (Saturday and Sunday), lunch (Saturday), refreshments, and snacks are included
-Digital proceedings are provided via USB
*This program is approved by the AAVSB RACE to offer a total of 9 CE Credits, with a maximum of 9 CE Credits being available to any individual veterinarian. This RACE approval is for the subject matter categories of: medical program, using the delivery method of seminar/lecture. This approval is valid in
jurisdictions which recognize AAVSB RACE; however, participants are responsible for ascertaining each board’s CE requirements. RACE Program number:1362-35721
It will also be submitted for approval by the Texas Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners.