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Feline Tooth Resorption – PVMA District 7 Dinner Meeting

Date:  Thursday, June 1, 2017

Time:  Registration begins at 6:30p / Lecture begins at 7:00p

Location:  Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse, 555 East Lancaster Ave, Radnor, PA

Speaker:  Corinne Durand, DVM

Tooth Resorption is one of the most common dental diseases we see in
our feline patients. Though the etiology and pathogenesis are poorly
understood, its diagnosis and treatment are imperative in maintaining
a healthy, pain-free mouth. This lecture will cover clinical diagnosis,
radiographic interpretation and treatment options for feline tooth

1 PVMA CE Credit


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Introduction to the Recover Initiative:  New CPR guidelines for Veterinary Technicians

Date:  Thursday, June 15, 2017

Time: Registration begins at 6:00p / Lecture from 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Location:  Metropolitan Veterinary Associates

Speakers:  Denise E. Wyse, CVT and Nicole Thomas (CPR Certified)

This 2 hour lecture will introduce veterinary technicians to the RECOVER (Reassessment Campaign on Veterinary Resuscitation) Initiative and the new CPR guidelines established by it, including:

  • Prevention and Preparedness
  • Basic Life Support
  • Advanced Life Support
  • CPR Monitoring
  • Post Cardiac Arrest Care

This course will provide an extensive overview of the theories behind the new guidelines and the practical application of these theories during a cardiopulmonary arrest.  It will include step-by-step instructions for CPR, based on the new guidelines, as well as hands-on training.

Approved 2 PVMA CE credits


Managing Liver Disease in Cats and Dogs

Date:  Thursday, June 22, 2017

Time:  Registration 6:00p-7:00p / Lecture 7:00p-9:00p

Location:  Radnor Valley Country Club, 555 Sproul Road, Villanova, PA

Speakers:  Leslie Kuczynski, VMD, DACVIM and Tabitha Hutton, DVM, MTR, DACVIM

This lecture will be a review of the pathophysiology, diagnosis and management of some of the most common chronic liver conditions affecting cats and dogs. Conditions that will be discussed include but are not limited to hepatic lipidosis, inflammatory diseases,  and copper storage disease in the dog. We will review the clinical picture of dogs and cats with liver disease, recommendations for obtaining a more definitive diagnosis, interpretation of laboratory findings, and ongoing management and treatment over the course of individual conditions.

Pending approval 2 RACE CE credits


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