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December 11, 2018: Don’t cell yourself short – a practical approach to investigating anemia

Join us for a 1-hour, VETgirl online veterinary CE webinar, where Dr. Peter Chapman, BVetMed(Hons), DECVIM-CA, DACVIM, MRCVS, reviews a practical approach to identifying the underlying cause of anemia. This lecture will focus on using clinical and clinicopathologic clues to differentiate regenerative from non-regenerative anemia, hemorrhage from hemolysis, and immune-mediated from non-immune-mediated disease.

Topic: Don’t cell yourself short - a practical approach to investigating anemia
Speaker: Dr. Peter Chapman, BVetMed (Hons), DECVIM-CA, DACVIM, MRCVS
Date: Delivered: Tuesday, December 11, 2018
Time: 8-9pm EST (7-8pm CST, 6-7pm MST, 5-6pm PST)
Total RACE-approved CE credit hours: 1 hour
RACE Program #: 785-31998
Cost: Free for ELITE members; otherwise $50/1-hour webinar

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RACE-CE provider name: VETgirl, LLC
RACE Provider number: 785
RACE Program number: 31998

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3 thoughts on “December 11, 2018: Don’t cell yourself short – a practical approach to investigating anemia

  1. The question “Which of the following is not typically associated with a hemolytic anemia?“ seems that the “not” is unnecessary, according to the options of answer.

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