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Approach to Acute Haemorrhagic Diarrhoea Syndrome

Duration: 1:06 h
Speaker: Craig Breheny
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AHDS is a condition that is seen relatively commonly and presents as a real spectrum from dogs that can have symptomatic management at home, to those requiring hospitalisation with intensive management. 

The aim of this talk is to go through how these dogs present, emergency stabilisation, initial diagnostics to narrow down the possible differentials and then a focus on the management of these dogs. 

Recording from 5 June 2024

Craig Breheny

Craig Breheny, BVM&S DipECVIM-CA MRCVS

Craig graduated from the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies in 2011. He spent several years in a busy general practice in the Northeast of England before returning for a residency in Internal Medicine. 

Craig has stayed on and is one of the Co-Heads of the Emergency & Critical Care Department. His main research interests are acute medicine and immune-mediated diseases. 

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