We had a blast at ACVIM, which is a veterinary conference for all of the specialties under the Internal Medicine College such as cardiology, neurology, and internal medicine.
We spent two full days in our booth in the exhibit hall to meet new doctors, specialists, and technicians. It was so nice to catch up with old friends Luke and Indy from Puppy Up, and of course our veterinary pals.
ACCESS has had a busy few weeks when it comes to CEs at three of our hospitals. First off, Dr. Jodi McKenna, our critical care specialist in the South Bay, gave her CE lecture on Hepatic Encephalopathy and How to Treat It.
It was great to remind everyone that we are available 24/7 for emergencies and critical care.
Dr. Mike Becker, from our emergency and critical care department in Culver City, lectured on the Use of Antibiotics is Selected Emergency Situations. Of course, we are happy to help patients in not just selected ones, but all emergency situations!
Chocolate! Humans may love it, but it’s awful for cats and dogs. So are grapes, raisins, macadamia nuts, nicotine, onion/garlic, bread dough (raw), zinc pennies, xylitol, spot-on flea products, illicit drugs, NSAIDs, and, wait for it, tremorogenic mycotoxins!
To find out more, join Dr. Hickey for a lecture and lab on indoor toxins, how to recognize symptons, and what treatment should be considered.
When: Thursday, April 3, 2014
Time: 6:30 pm – Refreshments and introduction | 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm Lecture and Lab
Where: ACCESS Specialty Animal Hospital, Los Angeles.
All technicians are welcome to attend.
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