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Veterinary Dentistry: Steps to Successful Extraction by Dr Tammy White

by crd 25. June 2012 09:59

This webinar for veterinarians presents a step-by-step approach to extraction of the maxillary fourth premolar and a maxillary molar. Intraoral dental radiographs, oral nerve blocks, extraction of cat teeth and the remaining dog teeth as well as complications to avoid are also addressed.  The webinar is available anytime until July 2013.

http://www.vetmed.wsu.edu/ce/dental/index.aspx

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WSU presents two CE courses in Spokane on May 21, 2011

by WSU CVM 20. April 2011 13:07

Two 6 hr CE Lecture Courses, May 21, 2011 in Spokane, WA. Small Animal Surgical Oncology by William Dernell & Small Animal Endocrine Diseases by Erick Spencer
http://bit.ly/eZ3nKv

 

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CE Webinar on Preventing Adverse Drug Reactions in Cats

by WSU CVM 5. January 2011 08:56
Cats are not small dogs when it comes to the way they handle most drugs.   This webinar will provide useful information about feline-specific adverse drug reactions and bioavailability problems.  Make sure you are up to date on what drugs to use and NOT to use in cats!  Questions will be encouraged. 

Webinar date: Tuesday, January 18, 2011 at 6 PM PACIFIC TIME   Details and Registration at http://www.vetmed.wsu.edu/ce/webinars/felineRX.aspx

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WSU Webinar on Feline Anesthesia and Analgesia

by Admin 28. September 2010 14:18

Webinar on Feline Anesthesia and Analgesia by Dr. Tammy Grubb is available anytime.


Cats present some anesthetic  & analgesic challenges that should be addressed. Small body size often makes drug dosing difficult, increases the challenge of finding appropriate equipment (anesthetic equipment, monitoring equipment, etc…) and increases the likelihood of size-related complications, like hypothermia. Furthermore, cats may react to drugs differently than dogs react and may metabolize certain drug classes differently.  However, these qualities that are unique to the cat do not provide an excuse for not utilizing the best anesthetic or analgesic techniques and drugs available to us on every single feline patient.  Drugs and techniques recommended for the cat will be discussed.

A handout on constant rate infusions is available to participants.  http://bit.ly/bZ0iha

 

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CE Webinar from WSU on Basic Echocardiography by Dr Lynne Nelson on Sept 21, 2010

by WSU CVM 14. September 2010 15:39

CE webinar for veterinarians Sept 21, 6 PM on Basic Echocardiography by Dr Lynne Nelson.

A discussion of basic echocardiography, including tips on how to obtain the standardized images, obtaining accurate measures, with emphasis on common cases and pitfalls (and how to avoid them). http://bit.ly/djeKDS

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Online CE Course: Avoid CATastrophe: Anesthesia & Analgesia for our Feline Friends

by Admin 13. April 2010 15:22
CE course on Anesthesia & Analgesia presented by Dr Tammy Grubb, Assistant Clinical Professor, Anesthesia & Analgesia at WSU via a real-time webinar at 6 pm Pacific Time on May 5, 2010.  Details

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Online Course on Managment of Chronic Pain in Animal Patients

by WSU CVM 14. May 2009 16:02
Dr. Tammy Grubb of Washington State University will be presenting a one hour web conference session on management of chronic pain in animal patients on June 9, 2009 at 6 pm.  The lecture will be followed by an open hour of questions & answers. This course is open to veterinarians and veterinary technicians.  Please see http://www.vetmed.wsu.edu/ce/pain/   for details and registration information.

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Online Course for Boxer Owners on Boxer Cardiomyopathy

by WSU CVM 13. May 2009 08:49
On June 10, 2009 at 5:30 PM Dr. Kate Meurs will present a 2 hour session by web conference for dog owners updating cardiomyopathy in Boxer dogs.  The presentation will include details on a new test for the presence of a genetic mutation which predisposes to this disease.  Course Details

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