Leptospirosis better be your top differential!
In this VETgirl 1-hour webinar, thanks to sponsorship from Merck Animal Health, we reviewed the acute presentation of the leptospirosis patient and discussed the pathogenesis, mechanism of action, clinical signs, clinicopathologic findings, and overall treatment for leptospirosis.
Treatment focused on management of the patient with acute kidney injury and hepatopathy. We also reviewed prevention and zoonotic risk for leptospirosis patients.
Topic: Emergency management of the leptospirosis patient
Speaker: Justine A. Lee, DVM, DACVECC, DABT
Date: Webinar recorded on September 24, 2014
Time: 7pm – 8pm EST (6pm – 7pm CST)
Hours: 1 hour of RACE-approved CE
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