Making the Diagnosis and Sorting Out the Treatment Options


1.5 RACE-approved Non-Interactive Medical CE hours

Course Description

CE Type: Self Study Course

Tuition: $52.50

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Instructor: Sandra Mitchell, DVM, ABVP Feline, ABVP ECM

Do you dread when a case starts to “head towards” the possibility of FIP? Wonder if you are over diagnosing cases? Feel like you are missing patients? Wish you had something better than pred to offer? You are not alone! This course is for you! Everyone struggles with Feline Infectious Peritonitis, but this course will take you from start to finish in making the diagnosis and sorting out the treatment options.

Learning Objectives:
Upon completion of the course, the participant should be able to

  • determine which patients are likely candidates.
  • assess the household risk factors.
  • which tests are most helpful to make the diagnosis?
  • understand how to confirm your suspicions.
  • assessing the treatment options – including “black market” drugs.
  • guiding clients through their options and associated prognosis.
  • build as strong a case as possible.
  • save as many patients are you can!

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