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Refresh page to view image 22 tips from the ER

Gain practical, time-tested, and largely non-technical tips from the emergency room trenches. Dr. Jon Geller, an emergency veterinarian for 20 years, offers 22 canine- and feline-focused tips that you’ll be able to put into use immediately, whether you work in an emergency room or in general practice. Learn about emergency fluids, decontamination, local blocks, FAST Scans, toxins, trickle feeding, oxygen delivery, and more.

1.0 CE Credit
$15 AVMA/SAVMA Members
$30 Non-members

Refresh page to view image Anesthetic Monitoring and Common Complications

Learn about basic and advanced anesthetic monitoring techniques for small animal patients. Dr. Elizabeth Goudie, head of anesthesiology at New York City’s BluePearl Veterinary Partners, covers pulse oximetry, pulse pressure variation, and blood pressure monitoring. She also reviews commonly observed arrythmias under general anesthesia, and treatment options including vasopressors.

1.0 CE Credit
$15 AVMA/SAVMA Members
$30 Non-members

Refresh page to view image Feline neuropathic and pain physiology conditions

Learn the most recent evidence-based concepts in pain physiology, syndromes, recognition, prevention, and treatment in cats. Dr. Mark Epstein, a canine and feline veterinary specialist, provides an overview of normal protective pain and discusses how it can become maladaptive and neuropathic when it goes sideways.

1.0 CE Credit
$15 AVMA/SAVMA Members
$30 Non-members

Refresh page to view image Feline Ophthalmology in 50 Minutes

Learn recommendations, guidelines, and best practices for treating the most common feline eye diseases. Dr. Joshua Eaton, a veterinary ophthalmologist, highlights the practices and protocols supported by current evidence-based literature. He also reviews the differences in ophthalmic diseases between dogs and cats, and the risks of treating cats with canine-specific drugs and treatments.

1.0 CE Credit
$15 AVMA/SAVMA Members
$30 Non-members

Refresh page to view image NSAIDs and opioids in feline pain management

Learn the wisest and best uses of various drug classes in feline pain treatment. Dr. Mark Epstein, a canine and feline veterinary specialist, discusses nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), opioids, adjunctive pain-modifying medications (including ketamine, alpha-2 agonists, tramadol, gabapentin, TCA's, SSNRIs), and local anesthetics.

1.0 CE Credit
$15 AVMA/SAVMA Members
$30 Non-members

Refresh page to view image Pancreatitis in Canines vs. Felines

Pancreatitis differs significantly between cats and dogs, with variations including history, presentation, physical exam findings, diagnostic testing, co-morbid conditions, and therapeutic options. Learn what the most recent peer-reviewed literature says about evaluating, diagnosing, and providing therapeutic recommendations for your small-animal patients.

1.0 CE Credit
$15 AVMA/SAVMA Members
$30 Non-members

Refresh page to view image The Art of Ear Cleaning

Ear cleaning may seem like a simple process, but there are crucial steps to follow whether you’re performing a routine cleaning at the clinic or teaching pet owners how to clean at home. Dr. Sonja Zabel, a veterinary dermatologist, lays out a step-by-step approach to ear cleaning with practical tips that you can share with clients.

1.0 CE Credit
$15 AVMA/SAVMA Members
$30 Non-members

Refresh page to view image Topical therapy in dermatology: Dos and don’ts

Topical treatments are often underused, overused, or used inappropriately in veterinary dermatology, yielding unsatisfactory results. Dr. Diana Simões, a veterinary dermatologist, discusses various topical therapeutics—including steroids, immune modulators, antimicrobials, and antibiotics—and cases that are appropriate for their use. You’ll gain useful and clinical knowledge to choose alternative dermatologic solutions for your patients.

1.0 CE Credit
$15 AVMA/SAVMA Members
$30 Non-members

Refresh page to view image When to use antibiotics in dermatology care

Learn about various dermatologic conditions and whether antibiotic therapy may or may not be the appropriate course of action. Veterinary dermatologist Dr. Diana Simões addresses a wide range of factors that may impact your decision to prescribe antibiotics, including client compliance, concurrent medical conditions, cost, and history of antibiotic resistance. She also highlights appropriate antibiotic choices, including specific medicines, duration of treatment, and concurrent therapies. 

1.0 CE Credit
$15 AVMA/SAVMA Members
$30 Non-members

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