VETgirl Veterinary Continuing Education Podcasts

VETgirl Veterinary Continuing Education Podcasts

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VETgirl Veterinary Continuing Education Podcasts

Mon Jun 10 2024

How to Treat Feline Chronic Enteropathy with Dr. Adam Rudinsky | VETgirl Veterinary Continuing Education Podcasts

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This episode discusses chronic enteropathy in cats, including its causes, impacts, and diagnostic approaches. It also explores the role of diet in managing feline chronic enteropathy and the effectiveness of short-term diet trials. The episode highlights the importance of biopsy results and the potential use of probiotics and fecal transplants in treatment.

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Mon Jun 03 2024

Clinical Excellence andamp; Parenting Perfection: How Paid Parental Leave and Work-Life Balance Supports the Career You Always Wanted With Drs. Crystal Lora and Casey Robinson | VETgirl Veterinary Continuing Education Podcasts

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This episode discusses the challenges faced by veterinarians regarding paid parental leave in the veterinary industry. It explores the current state of paid parental leave, the impact on veterinarians' decisions regarding starting or expanding their families, and strategies for balancing parenthood and veterinary careers. The episode also highlights how IndieVets supports veterinarians with families through flexible shifts and emotional support.

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Mon May 27 2024

Hepatic abscessation in dogs: A multicenter study of 56 cases | VETgirl Veterinary Continuing Education Podcasts

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This episode discusses hepatic abscesses in dogs, including their diagnosis, treatment options, and prognostic indicators. Dr. Jasper Burke shares insights from her multi-center study on hepatic abscessation, highlighting the importance of ultrasound in diagnosis and the role of medical and surgical management. The episode concludes with a discussion on prognostic indicators and overall prognosis for dogs with hepatic abscesses.

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Wed May 22 2024

Treating Mitral Valve Disease in Dogs with Dr. Brian Scansen, DACVIM | VETgirl Veterinary Continuing Education Podcasts

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This episode of the Spectral Podcast discusses mitral valve disease in dogs. It covers topics such as diagnosis, treatment options, and new advancements in surgical procedures. The interview with Dr. Brian Scanson provides insights into the field of cardiology and the importance of early detection and management of this common heart condition in dogs.

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Mon May 20 2024

Differentiating Cardiac and Noncardiac Causes of Nonhemorrhagic Ascites with NT-proBNP, cTnI and POCUS in dogs | VETgirl Veterinary Continuing Education Podcasts

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This episode discusses the diagnostic tools available for non-hemorrhagic ascites in dogs, including physical examination, echocardiography, biomarkers, and point-of-care ultrasound. A study on biomarkers and point-of-care ultrasound is reviewed, highlighting the differences between cardiac and non-cardiac causes of ascites. The limitations of the study are discussed, along with key take-home points for clinical practice.

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Mon May 13 2024

What You Need to Know About Parvovirus Outbreaks with Shelter Vet Dr. Brian DiGangi, DABVP | VETgirl Veterinary Continuing Education Podcasts

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This episode discusses the challenges of managing canine parvovirus in shelter environments, including the frequency of outbreaks and the impact on staff. It explores the common co-infections associated with parvovirus and the current treatment options available. The episode also introduces a new therapy called CPMA (canine parvovirus monoclonal antibody) and its potential to improve outcomes for infected animals. Finally, it provides insights on how shelters can prevent individual cases from becoming outbreaks and manage large-scale outbreaks more effectively.

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Wed May 08 2024

Getting to know Dr. Amy Kaplan, CVMA, DACVECC, MRCVS | VETgirl Veterinary Continuing Education Podcasts

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This episode features an interview with Dr. Amy Kaplan, a criticalist and moderator for Vekro webinars. Dr. Kaplan shares her background in veterinary medicine, including her residency at Angel Animal Medical Center. She discusses the challenges of achieving work-life balance as a busy criticalist and mother, emphasizing the importance of flexibility and finding a combination of roles. The episode concludes with thanks to veterinary professionals and encouragement to explore different options in the field.

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Mon May 06 2024

Feline Constipation with Dr. Ashlie Saffire, DABVP | VETgirl Veterinary Continuing Education Podcasts

Feline constipation is a common issue in veterinary medicine, with various causes such as dietary factors, structural issues, chronic pain, medications, and diseases like diabetes or chronic kidney disease. Old age, obesity, chronic kidney disease, and history of constipation are common risk factors for feline constipation. Thorough history-taking and examination including lab work and x-rays are essential in diagnosing and treating feline constipation. Hydration and water balance play a crucial role in managing feline constipation before considering a diagnosis of mega colon. Mega colon is characterized by persistent increased colonic diameter, hypo motility, and poor response to medical management. Hydration and water balance are crucial in managing chronic constipation in cats, especially those with comorbidities like chronic kidney disease or diabetes. Diagnosing mega colon involves a combination of evidence factors such as radiographic measurements of the colon's size relative to vertebral bodies. Early treatment of chronic constipation is essential to prevent severe complications like megacolon in cats. Treatment for constipation in cats varies depending on the underlying cause, ranging from stool softeners to dietary changes and sub-q fluids. Newer cat-friendly techniques like adding water dishes around the house can help increase hydration. Fountains versus dishes for water intake is more of a cat preference. Adding cooked zucchini to cat food can aid in hydration. Prevention and monitoring fecal scores are crucial in managing feline constipation. Miralax and pain control are options for treating constipation in cats with financial limitations. Nutrition plays a role in managing feline constipation, especially for chronic cases. Educating owners on slow nutritional implementation is important to avoid food aversion. There are various diets available with higher fiber components for cats, such as the Royal Canin Fiber response. These diets are formulated with a moderate amount of fiber, are highly digestible, and safe to feed long-term. A new canned version of the Royal Canin Fiber response diet is now available. There is also a gastrointestinal fiber kitten diet suitable for young kittens with diarrhea. Switching cats to a fiber response diet has led to some cases where cats no longer need medications within a few weeks. Caution is advised when considering giving enemas at home to cats due to potential risks and complications.

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Mon Aug 07 2023

Crash Cart Basics in Veterinary Medicine with Dr. Garret Pachtinger andamp; Dr. Justine Lee | VETgirl Veterinary Continuing Education Podcasts

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The episode covers the importance of crash carts in emergency medicine for veterinary professionals. It provides insights on the essential tools, drugs, and equipment needed in a crash cart, as well as dosing recommendations for various medications. The episode also discusses the role of EKGs, pulse oximeters, capnographs, and defibrillators in cardiac arrest preparation. Additionally, it emphasizes the significance of having a well-stocked crash cart, providing training for staff members, and remaining calm during veterinary emergencies.

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Mon Jul 31 2023

Top Tips for Your Next Veterinary Clinical Pathology Submission with Dr. Ashleigh Newman | VETgirl Veterinary Continuing Education Podcasts

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This episode covers topics such as laboratory consumables, veterinary education, and tips for optimizing hematology, chemistry testing, and cytology smears. It provides insights from Dr. Ashley Newman, an expert in clinical pathology, and highlights common errors to avoid in diagnostic testing.

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