- Webinar recorded on Thu 2nd June, 2016
- 1 hours 11 mins
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Canine anaemia is a common presentation in small animal practice and it is one of the most interesting challenges in achieving not only an accurate diagnosis but also a quick diagnosis. The first part of this talk will focus on the approach to the diagnosis in a cost –efficient and speedy manner. The second part of the talk will focus on the initial management and stabilisation. To illustrate this process an example case will be followed from first presentation to final outcome and additional cases will be shown as examples throughout. Participants will have the opportunity to anonymously select diagnostic tests and stabilisation therapies and compare their choices with colleagues. After the talk summary notes will be provided and some test-yourself MCQs.
Ian Ramsey is currently the Professor of Small Animal Medicine at Glasgow University Veterinary School and editor of the BSAVA Small Animal Formulary. He graduated from Liverpool in 1990, completed his PhD at Glasgow on feline leukaemia virus in 1993 and his residency at Cambridge in 1997. He is an RCVS and European diplomate in small animal medicine. He has written and co-authored numerous scientific papers, review articles and book chapters in various aspects of small animal medicine. He was awarded the BSAVA Woodrow Award for contributions to small animal medicine in 2015.