10 basic rules to be confident about CHF diagnosis in dogs
The correct diagnosis of congestive heart failure in dogs with heart disease can be challenging. While advanced diagnostics such as echocardiography are increasingly available, this webinar is focusing on basic skills with history taking, physical examination, and chest radiography, that should enable a veterinarian to be confident in CHF diagnosis in most dogs cases suspected of having CHF.
In case you have missed this webinar, you have the opportunity to watch a recorded version here.
Niek Beijerink, DVM, PhD DECVIM
Niek Beijerink graduated with a veterinary degree from Utrecht University in The Netherlands. He completed a PhD (canine endocrinology and reproduction) in 2007 and then a residency in Small Animal Cardiology in 2010. He is a Diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (Cardiology). In 2011 Niek commenced working as a Specialist in Small Animal Cardiology at Sydney University and is responsible for the clinical service and teaching in this area. Some of his active research interests are heart failure therapy, cardiac CT imaging, and genetics of mitral valve disease. In 2018 Niek moved back to The Netherlands, while he continues to hold a part-time position at Sydney University.