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, which was held in June 2019, covered case based approaches 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?
Click here to hear from Dr. Twedt in a short video.
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