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Coagulation disorders in small animals

Date25.06.2019 (BST)
Time11:00 - 12:00 (BST)
SpeakerRebekah Liffman
€ 32,86
(excl. tax)
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This webinar will highlight importantconcepts in the diagnosis of haemostatic and coagulation disorders in smallanimals. The webinar will begin with a review of haemostasis and coagulationphysiology. Following this, we will cover the steps required to diagnose someof the more common hereditary and acquired coagulopathic conditionsthat can lead to clinical complications in veterinary care. Case examples willbe provided. At the end of the webinar, participants should have a greaterunderstanding of the haemostatic and coagulation system, and how to diagnoserelated disorders more confidently in small animal practice.

This webinar is sponsored by ASAP Laboratory.

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Rebekah Liffman

Rebekah was born and raised in Melbourne, and apart from a one year stint as an amateur backpacker, has not strayed far. She graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2011, and spent three years working in general practice in the inner suburbs, and one year working as an emergency and critical care veterinarian in a veterinary referral hospital. Her passion for the microscope redirected her to pathology, and she completed a Veterinary Clinical Pathology Residency at the University of Melbourne. She currently works as a clinical pathologist at ASAP labs in Melbourne. She is the proud mother of a sassy little Jack Russell Terrier called ‘Momo’.

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