Friday, Feb. 21

  8-9am 915-1015am 1030-1130am 130-230pm 245-345pm 4-5pm

Pet Animal
Cardiology

Sponsored by Zoetis

200
Feline Cardiac and Vascular Disease, Part I
Atkins

Description

201
Feline Cardiac and Vascular Disease, Part II
Atkins

Description

202
Controversies, Breakthroughs and Dilemmas in the Prevention and Treatment of Canine Heartworm Infection
Atkins

Description

203
Treating Congestion: The Use and Misuse
of Diuretics and
ACE-Inhibitors
Atkins

Description

204
When to Use — and Not Use — Inotropes (Pimobendan, Dobutamine and Digoxin)
Atkins

Description

205
When the Specialist is Out: Case-Based Approach to Decompensated Cardiac Disease, Emphasizing Physical Examination
Atkins

Description

Pet Animal
Radiology
     

206
Old Radiographic Techniques Revisited
Biller

Description

207
Understanding the Most Common Contrast Studies in Small Animal Patients: Techniques
and Interpretation
Biller

Description

208
Clinical Utility of the Right Intercostal Ultrasound Scan Plane
Biller

Description

Pet Animal
Therapeutic Laser

Sponsored by Companion Therapy Laser

209
Class IV Laser Therapy: Understanding the Technology
Godbold, Jr.

Description 

210
Class IV Laser Therapy: Predict, Produce, Profit and Repeat
Godbold, Jr.

Description

211
Class IV Laser Therapy: Case Studies and Reports, Part I
Godbold, Jr.

Description

212
Class IV Laser Therapy: Case Studies and Reports, Part II
Godbold, Jr.

Description

213
Class IV Laser Therapy: Case Studies and Reports, Part III
and Beyond
Godbold, Jr.

Description

214
Class IV Laser Therapy: Interactive
Godbold, Jr.

Description

Pet Animal
Oncology

215
In-House Cytology: What Type of Cancer is This?
Kent

Description

216
Current Guidelines
for Mast Cell Tumors
Kent

Description

217
Radiation Therapy: What Can We Treat?
Kent

Description

     
Pet Animal
Dentistry
     

218
Practical Oral
Anatomy Relative
to Dental Diseases
and Procedures
Klein

Description

219
Veterinary Intraoral Imaging: How Easy
Is It? Really Easy!
Klein

Description

220
Periodontal Disease, Therapy and Plaque Prevention: What Works, What Doesn’t, and What Might
Klein

Description

  8-9am 915-1015am 1030-1130am 130-230pm 245-345pm 4-5pm
Animal Behavior

221
Positive Reinforcement Training Without the Use of Food
Pachel

Description

222
Feline Inappropriate Elimination: Unraveling the Mystery
Pachel

Description

223
Multi-Cat Households: Identifying and Addressing Problems Before the Fur
Starts Flying
Pachel

Description

224
Manifestations of Gastrointestinal Conditions on Behavior
Pachel

Description

225
Age-Related Behavior Changes of Dogs
and Cats
Pachel

Description

226
Risk Assessment of Aggressive Patients
Pachel

Description

Public Health

227
Pause to Clean Your Paws: Hand Hygiene in Veterinary Clinics
Anderson

Description

228
Infection Control Practices in Veterinary Clinics: Lessons Learned From Video Monitoring
Anderson

Description

232 TIME CHANGE!
Zoonoses and Immunocompromised Clients and Staff: Some Things Aren’t Meant to Be Shared
Stull

Description

230
OSHA is an Acronym, Not a Four-Letter Word: Making Your Clinic a Safe, Healthy Place to Work
Gibbins

Description

231
Legal Implication of Zoonotic Disease Transmission for Veterinary Practices
Marsh

Description

229 TIME CHANGE!
Putting It All Together: Key Steps to Developing a Clinic Infection Control Plan
Anderson

Description

Shelter Animal

Sponsored by OAHF & Kenneth Scott Charitable Trust

233
Managing Panleukopenia
in Shelters
Litster

Description

234
FIV: Latest Evidence
Litster

Description

235
Vaccination Protocols for Shelter Dogs: What’s the Latest Evidence?
Litster

Description

236
Vaccination Protocols for Shelter Cats: What’s the Latest Evidence?
Litster

Description

237
The First 60 Minutes: Animal Sheltering’s Critical Hour, Part I
DiGangi

Description

238
The First 60 Minutes: Animal Sheltering’s Critical Hour, Part II
DiGangi

Description

Equine

239
Ultrasound 104: Expectations During Rehabilitation
Whitcomb

Description

240
Ultrasound 105: How to Approach Lumps, Wounds and Draining Tracts
Whitcomb

Description

241
Equine Abdominal Ultrasound: Where
to Begin?
Whitcomb

Description

242
Standing Chemical Restraint in the Horse and Foal
Hubbell

Description

243
Utilizing Local Anesthetic Blocks to Augment Anesthesia
of the Horse
Hubbell

Description

244
Intravenous Anesthesia of the Horse in the Ambulatory Setting
Hubbell

Description

Food Animal

245
Use of Partial Budgets in Dairy Practice
Nordlund

Description

246
Positive Pressure Ventilation Systems
for Calf Barns
Nordlund

Description

247
Use of Positive Pressure Tubes in Holding Areas for Milking
Nordlund

Description

248
Reproductive Management in
the Bull
Gard

Description

249
Update on Trichomoniasis
Gard

Description

250
Calving and Post-Calving Management
Gard

Description

  8-9am 915-1015am 1030-1130am 130-230pm 245-345pm 4-5pm
Small Ruminants

251
Small Ruminant Parasites: Infection
or Disease?
Craig

Description

252
Anthelmintic Resistance: What’s Old? What’s New? What’s Up?
Craig

Description

253
Control of Cow Calf Parasites in Pastures, Not Barns or Lots
Craig

Description

254
Control of Internal Parasites of Sheep and Goats, Part I
Menzies

Description

255
Control of Internal Parasites of Sheep and Goats, Part II
Menzies

Description

256
Chronic Wasting Diseases and
Their Control
Menzies

Description

Holistic & Integrative Medicine

257
Integrative & Holistic Veterinary Medicine: The Wave of the Future
Knueven

Description

258
Natural Nutrition in Small Animal Medicine: The Evolutionary Advantage
Knueven

Description

259
Veterinary Botanical Medicine: Mother Nature’s Drugs
Knueven

Description

260
Veterinary Acupuncture: Ancient Chinese Secrets Revealed
Knueven

Description

261
Veterinary Chiropractic: Not Just “Animal Crackers”
Knueven

Description

262
Veterinary Homeopathy: Small Doses Have a Large Impact
Knueven

Description

Technician I

263
What To Do in the First Five Minutes: Triage and Initial Stabilization for Technicians
Liss

Description

264
“Gasp!” Respiratory Emergencies
Liss

Description

265
It’s a Code! CPR for Technicians
Liss

Description

266
Salt and Sugar: Advanced Fluid Therapy Topics for Technicians
Liss

Description

267
Red, White and Blue: Respiratory Physiology
Liss

Description

268
Cardiovascular Physiology
Liss

Description

Technician II

Sessions 269-271 sponsored by P&G Pet Care

269
Managing Pets with Chronic Kidney Disease
Langston

Description

270
Measuring Blood Pressure and Managing Hypertension
Langston

Description

271
Evaluating Proteinuria and Its Significance
Langston

Description

272
Bovine Lameness: Examination and Diagnostics
Pentecost

Description

273
Bovine Lameness: Management of Selected Diseases
Pentecost

Description

274
Fracture Management
in Ruminants
Pentecost

Description

Practice Management I

275
Managing the Risks of Being a Veterinarian, Part I
Lacroix

Description

276
Managing the Risks of Being a Veterinarian, Part II
Lacroix

Description

277
Utilizing an Underused Resource: Veterinary Technicians
Lacroix

Description

278
Veterinary Intangibles Compensation Matrix
Lacroix

Description

279
Dealing with Another Doctor’s Mistake: What to Tell the Client
Lacroix

Description

280
Terminating an Employee Gracefully
and Legally
Lacroix

Description

  8-9am 915-1015am 1030-1130am 130-230pm 245-345pm 4-5pm
Practice Management II

281
So You Want to Be a Relief Veterinarian
Ramirez

Description

282
How Do You Spell Relief? Steps to Take Before Hiring a Relief Veterinarian
Ramirez

Description

283
Eight Things Accountants, Attorneys and Practice Managers Don’t Tell You, Part I
Ramirez

Description

284
Eight Things Accountants, Attorneys and Practice Managers Don’t Tell You, Part II
Ramirez

Description

285
How to Be the Staff Member Your Practice Can’t Live Without
Ramirez

Description

286
Four Simple Things That Will Derail
Your Career
Ramirez

Description

Staff Development

287
In the Eye of the Beholder: Difficult Interactions Between Veterinarians and Clients, Part I
Brandt

Description

288
In the Eye of the Beholder: Difficult Interactions Between Veterinarians and Clients, Part II
Brandt

Description

289
In the Eye of the Beholder: Difficult Interactions Between Veterinarians and Clients, Part III
Brandt

Description

290
Compassion Fatigue and Assisting Clients with the Emotional Aspects of Euthanasia, Part I
Brandt

Description

291
Compassion Fatigue and Assisting Clients with the Emotional Aspects of Euthanasia, Part II
Brandt

Description

292
Compassion Fatigue and Assisting Clients with the Emotional Aspects of Euthanasia, Part III
Brandt

Description

National Veterinary Accreditation Program      

293
Preventing Disease Introduction and Spread (Module 4)
Hans and Skorupski

Description

294
Foreign Animal Disease Detection in Category I Animals (Module 7)
Hans and Skorupski

Description

295
Interstate and International Health Certificates for Category I Animals (Module 9)
Hans and Skorupski

Description

 

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