Veterinarians ABOUT THE COURSE
This course seeks to provide the practitioner with a very practical, clinically oriented, detailed approach on how to work up a dermatological patient: in this case, a patient with pruritus. Pruritus is one of the most common pet owner complaints. Unfortunately, pruritus is a very non-specific clinical sign and requires a thorough work-up to rule out various diseases. The course will provide detailed instructions on how to use various diagnostic tests, accompanied by numerous images and video clips. The course is intended to provide practitioners with up-to-date information and to enhance their ability to work up and manage dermatological patients more successfully.
Week 1: Diagnostic tools in veterinary dermatology
Week 2: How to rule out and treat ectoparasites
Week 3: The most common microbial infections
Week 4: Atopy vs. food allergies
Week 5: Successful management of an allergic patient
Week 6: Case studies (I): Examination, Diagnosis, and Treatment
Week 7: Case studies (II): Examination, Diagnosis, and Treatment
Week 8: Case studies (III): Examination, Diagnosis, and Treatment
QUADAM FOR VETERINARIANS:
QUADAM specializes in developing high-quality online courses for veterinarians and provides rigorous, independent content in an appealing, user-friendly form.
Our courses have no sponsorship arrangements with pharmaceutical laboratories, in order to avoid any possible commercial influences on course content, especially with regard to therapeutic aspects.
The learning method:
Is mainly characterized by:
1. Constant presence of the teacher during the entire duration of the course, available to answer any questions raised by the students.
2. The course is attended simultaneously by all students. Enhancing students’ sharing and participatory experience is a QUADAM hallmark.
3. All lessons are audiovisual and available at any time.
Program Number: 17824. Provider Number: 706. C. E. Hours. Vet: 24.00 h.