Continuing Education Courses

1.0 CE

Pesky Pyoderma: Appropriate Diagnosis and Treatment Options

Educate on the clinical signs of pyoderma, how to perform cytology, and appropriate treatment options.

Presented by: Dr. Ashley Bourgeois, DVM, Dip ACVD
R.A.C.E – Approved #20-903854 1.0 CE

2.0 CE

Fluorescence Biomodulation: From Theory to Practical Applications

Provides a brief history of the use of light for therapeutic purposes; review the science behind fluorescence biomodulation and present examples of applications where this innovative technology is being successfully used in human medicine.

Presented by: Dr. Oscar Fantini, DVM
R.A.C.E – Approved #20-797839 2.0 CE

1.0 CE

Getting on top of skin infections: Utilizing topicals for management of common skin infections

Explore the normal skin and its function as a barrier, factors that predispose the patient to bacterial pyoderma, topical therapy institution for the management of bacterial pyoderma, and five case presentations where we discuss topical case management.

Presented by: Dr. Rebecca Mount, DVM, DACVD
R.A.C.E – Approved #20-797127 1.0 CE

1.0 CE

Building A Pain Management Pyramid for Pets

Pain management is essential medicine, and better pain management is better medicine. This webinar focuses on building an effective, multimodal pain plan for pets.

Presented By: Robin A. Downing, DVM, MS, DACVSMR, DAAPM, CVPP, CCRP-CV
R.A.C.E – Approved #20-765581 1.0 CE

1.0 CE

It’s only skin deep…or is it? How to employ multimodal management for severe dermatologic diseases

The course will cover how to manage difficult, severe skin conditions that go beyond the typical pyoderma. We will cover important aspects of the diagnostic work up and numerous therapeutic options from the tried and true to the new and exciting. We will reach beyond steroids and antibiotics to discuss how multimodal treatment plans can lead to happier pets and happier owners.
Course is sponsored by Vetoquinol on the DVM360 Website; course page will be directed to the DVM360 website.

1.0 CE

Toxins 101

This course covers principles of intoxication management, including decontamination techniques, with an additional focus on the new FDA-approved canine emetic Clevor® (ropinirole ophthalmic solution). The most common toxicities encountered in the emergency room - nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, chocolate, marijuana and others - will be discussed, along with their management and treatment.

1.0 CE

Ouch” to “Oh No!”

This lecture will review the importance of a thorough medical workup for behavior changes and some of the most common presentations. It will end with real-life cases involving pain as at least a portion of their behavior diagnosis.

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