• Hypercalcaemia in cats: When should I worry and what can I do?

    Hypercalcaemia in cats: When should I worry and what can I do?

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    Hypercalcaemia in cats has been reportedly on the rise for a number of years and can be the result of multiple underlying aetiologies. This is certainly a clinical problem in which cats are not small dogs; the most common causes of hypercalcaemia are different and cats even have aetiologies all of their own! This session will focus on how high calcium needs to be before you should start to worry and what you can do to resolve it. We will review the underlying aetiologies and possible consequences of hypercalcaemia in cats, with the help of interesting clinical cases.

    General Medicine

    Presented by: 

    Chair: Professor David Church, BVSc PhD MACVSc FHEA MRCVS, Deputy Principal and Acting Vice Principal, Professor of Small Animal Studies, The Royal Veterinary College

    Speaker: Dr Rebecca Geddes, MA VetMB GPCert(FelP) MVetMed PhD DACVIM FHEA MRCVS, Clinical Scientist Fellow, Small Animal Internal Medicine, Royal Veterinary College

    Presented at London Vet Show 2021
    RVC Clinical Theatre 2
    Friday, November 12th 09:30 AM

    Please note this session is not RACE-approved but you can still earn a CPD certificate.