A feline patient presents with acute onset of vomiting, anorexia and decreased activity. Initial evaluation identifies severe azotemia. Is it the kidney’s fault (the criticalist thinks so), or is the problem pre- or post-renal in origin (the internist likes to consider everything)? Is the patient producing urine? Can a non-specialist veterinarian diagnose renal pelvic dilation with a degree of accuracy?
Point-of-care ultrasound can help answer all these questions, and our presenters will demonstrate how easy it is to get accurate, reliable information so you can manage your patients more effectively.
With over 30 POCUS research papers, book chapters and co-editors of the newest veterinary POCUS textbook “The Essentials of Veterinary Point of Care Ultrasound: Pleural Space and Lung”, award winning speakers and lecturers Drs. Boysen and Chalhoub will tackle these questions and more.
Dr. Soren Boysen, DVM, DACVECC Professor, Veterinary Clinical & Diagnostic Sciences, University of Calgary
Dr. Serge Chalhoub, BSc, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM), Senior Instructor, Veterinary Clinical & Diagnostic Sciences, University of Calgary
Sponsored by: Clarius
Presented as a Live Webinar | May 2023
1 RACE-approved CE credit can be earned upon completion of this course if your post-course quiz score is higher than 70%.