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SAIM103-1104: Problems in Small Animal Internal Medicine: A Problem-Oriented Diagnostic Approach
Dr. Andrew Mackin BSc BVMS MVS DVSc FACVSc DSAM MRCVS
Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine
Associate Professor and Service Chief, Small Animal Internal Medicine
Dr. Hugh G. Ward Endowed Chair of Small Animal Veterinary Medicine
Mississippi State University
President, Association of Veterinary Hematology and Transfusion Medicine
Nov 21st - Dec 19th, 2004
Interactive Sessions: Sundays, November 21, 28, Dec 5, 12; 9:30 - 11:30 PM ET (US)
The diagnostic approach to four different common medical 'problems' will be discussed. Different aspects of the practical clinical utilization of the problem-oriented approach to develop differential diagnoses will be briefly discussed at the start of each weekly two hour discussion session, and then, each week, another common problem (Hypoalbuminemia, Anemia, Jaundice and Fever) will be covered. Challenging cases that illustrate how to use the problem-oriented approach to handle patients with complex medical disorders will be posted weekly on the Message Boards.
Attendees will learn:
CE HOURS: 8 CE Credits
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