Emergency management of the Addisonian dog



Emergency management of the Addisonian dog

Dauer: 0:53 h
Referent: Claire Sharp
ab 1 US$ 42,-
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Dogs with Addison’s disease commonly present on an emergency basis. Recognizing clues in signalment, history, and point-of-care diagnostics is imperative to ensure a definitive diagnosis is reached and appropriate treatment can be instituted in a timely fashion. This webinar will refresh your knowledge of the Addisonian crisis and ensure that you keep this important disease on your radar!

Recording from 23.05.2018

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Claire Sharp

Dr Claire Sharp BSc, BVMS, MS, DACVEC

Dr Claire Sharp is a Registered Specialist in Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care and Senior Lecturer in the School of Veterinary Medicine at Murdoch University. At Murdoch Claire is involved in clinical service in The Animal Hospital, teaching veterinary students, training interns and residents in ECC, and doing research. Claire did her specialty training in the US, but since returning to Australia in 2015 has been involved in research of snake envenomation and the SnakeMap initiative. 

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