Urinary tract disorders in dogs and cats

Continuing professional development at the Royal Veterinary College - 10. 11. 2007

This two-day course will increase your knowledge and understanding of renal function, renal disorders and lower urinary tract disease in dogs and cats as well as hypercalcaemia and hypertension. The course will be lead by Prof. Dennis Chew – an entertaining and engaging speaker who is a world expert in this field. He will be supported by excellent speakers from the RVC.
Topics covered will include:
 Interpreting urea, creatinine and urine SG – what do the numbers really mean?
 Chronic renal failure – what’s new in prolonging life and kidney function?
 The stages of chronic kidney disease in dogs and cats
 Do hypertension and hyperphosphataemia contribute to progressive renal injury?
 Proteinuria – what does it mean and do you care?
 Non-obstructive idiopathic/interstitial cystitis in cats: Thinking outside the (litter) box
 Common and not-so-common urinary infections in dogs and cats
 Hypercalcaemic disorders in dogs and cats – diagnosis and management
 Approach to urinary incontinence in dogs – diagnosis and management
Course fee £468.09 + VAT (£550)

Please call +44 (0) 1707 666 865
or contact us by email (click here)
or visit http://www.rvc.ac.uk/cpd
The Royal Veterinary College
Hawkshead Lane
North Mymms
Hatfield
Hertfordshire
AL9 7TA
United Kingdom
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