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Dr. Scherk’s presentations will review and update common feline gastroenteric issues including liver diseases, pancreatitis, diarrhea and constipation. She will discuss an approach to the cat with chronic upper respiratory disease and provide a hopeful update on FIP.
Across cultures, we are more alike than we are different. In these sessions, we will build on this understanding and learn skills to invite, recognize, and plumb the diversity of human experiences and backgrounds so we can improve outcomes in our work. We will draw on examples from the COVID-19 pandemic to illustrate content.
Dr. Oswald’s presentations will cover and update numerous medical topics including: specific diagnostic tests, individual gastrointestinal drug therapies, dietary considerations, and supplements. Commonly encountered gastrointestinal disorders, including dysbiosis, dietary intolerance, etc., will be presented in detail.
This presentation will cover basic principles of generating and interpreting radiographs of the equine spine in ambulatory practice. The discussion will include practical tips on taking radiographs, how to recognize a quality radiograph, radiographic anatomy and interpretation of common and important abnormalities.
The three small ruminant sessions will cover practical sustainable parasite control, herd and flock health, and common emergency conditions of the small ruminants. Both sheep and goats will be discussed. The sessions will be aimed at the mixed and the small animal general practitioner that sees the occasional sheep and goats.
This year’s exhibit hall is going to be amazing! This year you will have access to different exhibitors virtually. Exhibitors will be able to do live product demonstrations, live workshops, and answer your questions either live or via our new chat capabilities. Oh, and don’t forget to enter the available prize raffles when you’re there. There are going to be some amazing prizes given away this year!
The WSAVT is handling its own registration this year. Please use the ‘Register’ button above to register as an LVT or unlicensed assistant. If you have any questions about their registration process please contact Ryan Frasier at firstname.lastname@example.org