Successful management of our diabetic patient requires a significant degree of interaction between the owner and the patient. Given the potential variations in the owner’s circumstances and needs, focusing on a set of broad principles without regressing to rigid protocols is likely to be the most successful approach to managing this complex disease. It is also important to recognise the impact of co-morbidities and other patient factors on successful diabetic management and these factors will be discussed with specific emphasis on hyperadrenocorticism and hypersomatotrophism.
Presented by Professor David Church BVSc PhD MACVSc FHEA MRCVS,
Deputy Principal and Professor of Small Animal Studies,
Royal Veterinary College
Presented at Singapore Vet 2019
RVC Clinical Theatre 1
Friday, 11 October at 4:00 PM