Jan 27, 2016
January 27, 2016: Updates in Canine Influenza Virus: Management, treatment, diagnosis, prevention and vaccination (2 hrs)
With the recent release of a CIV vaccine for H3N2, pet owners want to know – does your canine population need it or will it help protect?
In this webinar, we’ll review the etiology of this CIV outbreak, the story of how H3N2 was discovered, the lessons learned from the large Chicago outbreak, current data, updates in diagnostic testing, prophylaxis, clinical signs, and overall treatment and prevention for CIV. We’ll also discuss how to educate your pet owners on this outbreak and what preventative measures (including appropriate disinfection, barrier clothing, and vaccination) you can consider to prevent the disease spread.
Title: Updates in Canine Influenza Virus: Management, diagnosis, treatment, prevention and vaccination
Speakers: Dr. Rhonda LaFleur, PhD; Dr. Melissa Bourgeois, DVM, PhD, DACVM; Dr. Edward Dubovi, PhD; Dr. Sandra Newbury, DVM; Dr. Justine Lee, DVM, DACVECC, DABT
Date:: Delivered: Wednesday, January 27, 2016
Time: 9-11pm EST (8-10pm CST)
Total RACE-approved hours: 2 hours
Program #: 785-37490
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