The question is: To treat or not to treat? More importantly, how do we treat the acute and chronic manifestations of Lyme disease? Thanks to sponsorship from Merck, VETgirl offered this 1 hour live webinar free to veterinary professionals!
In this webinar, Dr. Justine Lee, DACVECC, DABT discussed what you need to know about treating Lyme disease. We reviewed the pathogenesis, mechanism of action, clinical signs, clinicopathologic findings, diagnostic testing updates, and overall treatment for acute and chronic Lyme manifestations (including polyarthropathy to protein-losing nephropathy) in this lecture. A brief review of prevention was also be discussed.
Topic: Lyme disease: Treatment of acute and chronic manifestations
Speaker: Justine A. Lee, DVM, DACVECC, DABT
Date: Delivered June 2, 2014
Time: 7pm – 8pm EST (6pm – 7pm CST)
Hours: 1 hour of RACE-approved CE
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