VETgirl Veterinary Continuing Education Podcasts
VETgirl Veterinary Continuing Education Podcasts
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VETgirl Veterinary Continuing Education Podcasts. With VETgirl, you can learn clinical veterinary medicine with style, passion, and efficiency! VETgirl is designed for veterinary professionals who have time poverty and are on the run. Who has time to read journals or sit through hours of lectures? Download the podcasts you want to listen to, and get clinical tips within just a few minutes of listening! We'll help get you the facts you need in a convenient way! Want more information? Go to JoinVETgirl.com.
In today's VETgirl online veterinary continuing education podcast, Dr. Justine Lee, DACVECC, DABT reviews Fleet enema (or hypertonic phosphate) toxicity in cats (and small dogs). While this isn't a common toxicity, it can be if your cat owner gave the "wrong" type of enema! Tune in to learn what clinical signs, clinicopathologic changes, and treatment modalities are warranted with this life-threatening poisoning!
In this VETgirl veterinary continuing education podcast, we interview Dr. Samantha Cantor and Dr. Andrew Heller from IndeVets on understanding your compensation as a veterinarian. So, if you're confused on how you're paid - via salary, production, pro-sal, or hourly - you'll want to tune in! Learn about sign-on bonuses and wage increases, and how to calculate your effective hourly rate!
In this VETgirl veterinary podcast, we interview Dr. Joerg Steiner, med.vet., Dr.med.vet., PhD, DACVIM, DECVIM-CA, AGAF, Regents Professor at Texas A&M University. He will review the most recent updates in acute canine pancreatitis (ACP) and an exciting new therapeutic option, PANOQUELL®-CA1 (fuzapladib sodium for injection). Acute canine pancreatitis is far more common than previously believed but until now, the treatment has been purely symptomatic. Dr. Steiner will be talking about the disease, diagnosis, prognosis, and updates in treatment. Tune in to learn about pancreatitis and its new, innovative solution.
In today's VETgirl online veterinary continuing education podcast, we interview Dr. Andrea Myer, DACVD, veterinary dermatologist, on all things derm related! If you need a quick review of veterinary dermatology, tune in to learn the top mistakes that veterinarians make with derm cases!
In today's VETgirl podcast, we discuss esophageal and gastric bone foreign bodies in dogs. Most clinicians have encountered the post-holiday tidal wave of patients that swallowed a pork rib or ate a chicken bone from the trash can. These pups just can't help themselves! So, what do you do? Bone foreign bodies are common, but when do you need to intervene versus letting the dog try to pass them on their own? To help answer these questions, Barash et al performed a study describing the outcome and the management of dogs with both esophageal and gastric bone foreign bodies.
In this VETgirl veterinary continuing education podcast, we interview Dr. Christie Long, Vice President of Medicine at Modern Animal, on how technology can help improve our lives in veterinary medicine. Now that COVID is "over," what is the role of telemedicine? And with the busy-ness of veterinary life post-COVID, how can we support exemplary medical quality in veterinary medicine? Tune in to learn more about technology and its role in veterinary medicine!
In this VETgirl veterinary continuing education podcast, we interview Ryanne Heiny, CVT, VTS (Internal Medicine) on being a veterinary technician specialist (VTS) in internal medicine. Should I consider getting my VTS? Can I go straight from veterinary technician school and go straight towards a VTS program? How can we build better trust between veterinarians and veterinary technicians? How can I be a more efficient veterinary technician or take a better history from pet owners? Tune in to learn more!
In today's VETgirl online veterinary continuing education podcast, we interview Dr. Colette Wegenast, DABT from the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center on her recent publication entitled "Acute kidney injury in dogs following ingestion of cream of tartar and tamarinds and the connection to tartaric acid as the proposed toxic principle in grapes and raisins" which was published in the Journal of Veterinary Emergency Critical Care in 2022. As the toxic agent eluded toxicologists for decades, this paper discusses how the ASPCA APCC suspected tartaric acid was the toxic component in Vitus spp (e.g., grapes, raisins). Find out where else tartaric acid can be found, and how to manage tartaric acid or tamarind fruit toxicity in dogs.
In today's VETgirl online veterinary continuing education podcast, we interview Dr. Sheryl Gamble, MS, DVM, professional services veterinarian at Merck Animal Health, as she reviews the many infectious causes of canine cough and how they interact with the environment and the dog to cause disease. Can you tell what the culprit is from the clinical signs alone? Tune in to learn what CIRDC (canine infectious respiratory disease complex) pathogens we have vaccines for and which ones we don't. Learn about a new vaccine to help the fight against CIRDC that veterinarians, owners, and dogs will all definitely approve.
In this VETgirl online veterinary continuing education podcast, we chat with Dr. Addie Reinhard, DVM, MS, as she reviews the mental health challenges in veterinary medicine. What are some things that leaders and companies can do to support their veterinary teams, and what can individuals do to support themselves in this field?
In today's VETgirl online veterinary continuing education podcast, we interview Dr. Christopher Kennedy, DACVECC, DECVECC, a criticalist at the University of Liège - Belgium, on all things about focused cardiac ultrasound! In this Part 2 episode, learn more about using this point-of-care-ultrasound that focuses on the heart, how to diagnose pericardial effusion (because it's harder than it looks, folks!), how to determine if there is cardiac tamponade in your veterinary patient, and what the role of FCU in fluid resuscitation in shock is!
In today's VETgirl online veterinary continuing education podcast, we interview Dr. Morgan Kelley, DACVECC on her paper "Retrospective analysis of the use of tranexamic acid in critically ill dogs and cats (2018-;2019): 266 dogs and 28 cats." If you're not sure what tranexamic acid (TXA) is and how it works to stop bleeding, you want to tune in! Learn how TXA has been used in veterinary versus human medicine, what the indications or contraindications for it are in veterinary medicine, how you can administer it, and how you can use TXA in your day to day practice! Today's VETgirl podcast is sponsored by Merck Animal Health, makers of Nobivac® Intra-Trac® Oral BbPi, the first oral Bordetella bronchiseptica and canine parainfluenza virus vaccine with patented Immuno-Mist-R&#x2122; technology.
In today's VETgirl online veterinary continuing education podcast, we discuss the occurrence of chronic gastrointestinal (GI) disease following acute hemorrhagic diarrhea syndrome (AHDS) in dogs. AHDS is a common cause of acute GI disease in dogs, and this disease has been linked to alterations in the gut microbiome of affected patients. Impaired epithelial barrier function and dysbiosis during acute intestinal injury have been thought to cause increased immune sensitivity of the GI tract, resulting in chronic enteropathy later in life. For instance, in humans, acute enteropathies are one risk factor for future chronic enteropathies, and this has also been demonstrated in puppies that survive canine parvovirus infections (Klem, Kilian). So, Skotnitzki et al wanted to evaluate this in a study entitled "Frequency of signs of chronic gastrointestinal disease in dogs after an episode of acute hemorrhagic diarrhea."
In today's VETgirl podcast, we interview Dr. Kathryn E. Reif, PhD on tick updates in veterinary medicine. Do dogs and cats really need 12-month parasite prevention, and why is this recommendation so vital? Are ticks a "regional problem", and what are microenvironments when it comes to tick lifecycles? And what do we really need to know about tick attachment as veterinary professionals? Tune in to learn more and learn it in this VETgirl podcast!
In this VETgirl online veterinary CE podcast, we interview Dr. Elizabeth Colleran, DABVP on chronic pain in cats. Find out how common chronic osteoarthritis (OA) is in cats, and whether cat caregivers can learn to recognize pain in their older cats. Learn about how Solensia works for cats with chronic pain, and how it may be more effective than recent chronic pain options out there. Tune into this VETgirl podcast to learn more!
In this VETgirl online veterinary continuing education podcast, we interview Dr. Alice Jeromin, DACVD on atopy in cats, which has since been renamed Feline Atopic Skin Syndrome (FASS). Are you missing the diagnosis of atopy in cats? Find out what the clinical signs of atopy are in cats, what signalment, age and breed gets it, and most importantly, how to treat Feline Atopic Skin Syndrome in your feline patients!
In this VETgirl online veterinary CE podcast, we interview Dr. Kristin Kirkby Shaw, DVM, MS, PhD, CCRT, DACVS, DACVSMR on diagnosing and treatment osteoarthritis (OA) in dogs. What are some challenges in diagnosing OA in dogs, and how do we manage OA in dogs? What role does the entire veterinary team play when managing dogs with OA? Learn about Nerve Growth Factor (NGF) and how it contributes to the pain associated with osteoarthritis. Also, learn how anti-NGF monoclonal antibodies work to control OA, so we can keep our canine patients comfortable.
In today's VETgirl online veterinary continuing education podcast, we interview Dr. Christopher Kennedy, DACVECC, DECVECC, a criticalist at the University of Liège - Belgium, on all things about focused cardiac ultrasound (FCU). Tune in to find out the use of this point-of-care-ultrasound that focuses on the heart, when we should be using FCU, and how we can go about implementing its use in our veterinary patients!
In today's VETgirl online veterinary continuing education podcast, we talk to Dr. Natalie Young, PharmD, BCSCP, FACVP about all things pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics when it comes to antibiotics! If you're prescribing antibiotics EVERY. SINGLE. DAY., you'll want to check out this podcast as we discuss how we can implement appropriate antimicrobial stewardship in our veterinary clinic, and why it's important. Find out how we can improve client compliance with antibiotics, and what common mistakes we want to avoid when it comes to interpretation of culture and susceptibility reports. Lastly, why is this important? Because of antibiotic resistance! Tune in to learn it from this veterinary pharmacist!
In today's VETgirl podcast, we interview Dr. Richard Meadows, DABVP (Canine and Feline) on what you need to know about vaccines in small animal practice. When it comes to Canine Infectious Respiratory Disease (CIRD), what etiologies cause this? Which vaccines should you be reaching for in your canine and feline patients, and how do we determine what is "core" versus "non-core?" How do we best communicate vaccination strategy with our pet owners and improve preventative care? Tune in to learn more and learn it in this VETgirl podcast!
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