Liver and pancreatic enzymes and other diagnostic parameters used to assess the hepatobiliary system as well as the haemogram are commonly measured by veterinarians on unwell patients, prior to anaesthesia or as a general metabolic profile for geriatric animals. Yet deciding exactly what the results mean and what they confirm or rule out can be difficult. It becomes even more challening when the patient is a cat as some tests need to be interpreted differently to dogs in this species. During this practical and case-based lecture we will review the important clin path parameters especially related to liver and pancreatic disease in cats to enhance your knowledge and understanding of this important area of clinical practice.
Presented by Professor Jill Maddison BVSc DipVetClinStud PhD FACVSc
SFHEA MRCVS, Professor of General Practice, Royal Veterinary College
Presented at Singapore Vet 2019
RVC Clinical Theatre 2
Saturday, 12 October at 2:30 PM