Date & Time: Jun 18, 2014 / 7-9pm ET 4-6pm PST

Add to Calendar 06/18/2014 07:00 PM 06/18/2014 09:00 PM America/New_York ageAwCWSizIGXeivJmVv66952 15 June 18, 2014: Hepatotoxicants Xylitol? Sago palm? Blue-green algae, oh my! Have a dog presenting to you with increased liver enzymes, hypoglycemia, and hyperbilirubinemia after being unsupervised outside in the yard? Not sure what to do? In this 2-hour VETgirl webinar, we reviewed some of the common toxicants that result in hepatic injury found in small animal medicine. A case-oriented approach was utilized and included mechanism of action, clinical signs, and review of treatment of hepatotoxicants such as sago palm, acetaminophen, blue-green algae, and Amanita mushrooms. Put on your toxicology thinking cap and join us for some clinically relevant, practical CE! https://vetgirlontherun.com/webinars/hepatotoxicants-vetgirl-veterinary-ce-webinars/

Jun 18, 2014 / 7-9pm ET 4-6pm PST

June 18, 2014: Hepatotoxicants

Add to Calendar 06/18/2014 07:00 PM 06/18/2014 09:00 PM America/New_York ageAwCWSizIGXeivJmVv66952 15 June 18, 2014: Hepatotoxicants Xylitol? Sago palm? Blue-green algae, oh my! Have a dog presenting to you with increased liver enzymes, hypoglycemia, and hyperbilirubinemia after being unsupervised outside in the yard? Not sure what to do? In this 2-hour VETgirl webinar, we reviewed some of the common toxicants that result in hepatic injury found in small animal medicine. A case-oriented approach was utilized and included mechanism of action, clinical signs, and review of treatment of hepatotoxicants such as sago palm, acetaminophen, blue-green algae, and Amanita mushrooms. Put on your toxicology thinking cap and join us for some clinically relevant, practical CE! https://vetgirlontherun.com/webinars/hepatotoxicants-vetgirl-veterinary-ce-webinars/

Speaker

Justine A. Lee, DVM, DACVECC, DABT

RACE-Approved CE

2 Hours

RACE Program #

785-30606

Cost

Free for ELITE members; otherwise $50/2 hour webinar

Speaker

Justine A. Lee, DVM, DACVECC, DABT

RACE-Approved CE

2 Hours

RACE Program #

785-30606

Cost

Free for ELITE members; otherwise $50/2 hour webinar

Xylitol? Sago palm? Blue-green algae, oh my!

Have a dog presenting to you with increased liver enzymes, hypoglycemia, and hyperbilirubinemia after being unsupervised outside in the yard? Not sure what to do?

In this 2-hour VETgirl webinar, we reviewed some of the common toxicants that result in hepatic injury found in small animal medicine. A case-oriented approach was utilized and included mechanism of action, clinical signs, and review of treatment of hepatotoxicants such as sago palm, acetaminophen, blue-green algae, and Amanita mushrooms. Put on your toxicology thinking cap and join us for some clinically relevant, practical CE!

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RACE Provider number: 785
RACE Program number: 30606

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