Internal Medicine

1 day course £95 + vat

Overview

With a focus on renal disease this day of Specialist-led CPD will bring your knowledge up to date on a range of renal pathologies.
Getting the basics of interpretation correct will give you a clear basis on which to understand subsequent case management from relevant diagnostic tests to treatment options. The latest thinking in management of acute kidney injury will be covered right through to in depth lectures focusing on each of those diseases on your differential diagnosis list.

key topics

  • Clinical approach and laboratory evaluation of renal disease
    Knowing which tests to request and what is the evidence base for our diagnostic process will guide you to optimise your approach to these difficult cases.
  • Feline lower urinary tract disease – what’s the latest?
    This is one of the most frustrating diseases to manage but this session will provide a complete and updated approach to reassure you that you are offering the best to these cats.
  • Glomerular diseases – where do I start?
    This lecture will move your knowledge of renal pathophysiology to the next level and open your eyes to the latest thinking in renal glomerular disease.
  • Renal neoplasia – guide your owners to an effective outcome
    Is neoplasia on your differential diagnosis list for renal disease? Should it be? How should we approach these cases when neoplasia is confirmed?
  • Acute kidney injury – essentials of management
    Acute kidney injury does not always mean euthanasia and we will cover available options in diagnosis and management to allow you to give a realistic prognosis to owners.
  • Urinary tract stents – what are the options?
    Presentation of urethral obstruction can look like an acute kidney injury and these cases require diagnostic imaging to evaluate fully. This lecture will cover the diagnostic steps and give you an understanding of the options available.

Internal Medicine

1 day course £95 + vat

Internal Medicine

£95.00

The latest thinking in management  of renal pathologies

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Description

With a focus on renal disease this day of Specialist-led CPD will bring your knowledge up to date on a range of renal pathologies.
Getting the basics of interpretation correct will give you a clear basis on which to understand subsequent case management from relevant diagnostic tests to treatment options. The latest thinking in management of acute kidney injury will be covered right through to in depth lectures focusing on each of those diseases on your differential diagnosis list.

Additional information

Location

East, North, South

Key details

Where and When

South

Holiday Inn, Winchester,
Telegraph Way, Morn Hill,
Winchester
SO21 1HZ

Date & Time

21 May 2019
9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Speakers

Amanda Paul
Chantal Rosa
Simon Tappin

1 day course £95 + vat

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