Antimicrobial therapy for gastrointestinal disorders in dogs
This webinar will discuss the treatment of gastrointestinal disorders in dogs. In particular current, evidence based medical practice for the use of specific antimicrobials for specific gastrointestinal infections including Helicobacter, Salmonella and Campylobacter infections. The webinar will also discuss the use of antimicrobials in specific situations such as Inflammatory bowel disease, Clostridium perfringens toxaemia and haemorrhagic gastro enteritis. Alternative treatments to anti microbials will also be discussed.
Recording from 06.09.2018
Dr Steven Holloway BVSc MVS PhD MACVSc Dipl. ACVIM
Steven graduated from the University of Sydney in 1983 with second-class honours in Veterinary Science. After graduation, Steven worked for 2 years in private practice in Sydney followed by a medical internship at the University of Melbourne. Steven then undertook an internal medicine residency at the University of Florida, followed by two years as a clinical instructor at the University of Florida. Steven worked in an internal medicine referral practice in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1992 and 1993 then returned to Australia studying equine herpesvirus infections with Professor Michael Studdert. In 1998, Steven was awarded a PhD from the University of Melbourne. Steven has lectured in Veterinary Virology at the University of Sydney in 1998 and 1999 and was a Senior Lecturer and Associate Professor of Small Animal Medicine at the University of Melbourne from 1999-2009. Steven worked as a Small Animal Medicine specialist at Advanced Vetcare in Melbourne from 2010 to 2018. He currently runs his own consultancy business in Melbourne and works part time for Victoria University. His special interests are internal medicine and infectious disease.