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Gold standard vs. cost effective Cushing’s disease

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University of Stirling

Airthrey Road

Stirling

FK9 4LA

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Making the best use of finances in diagnosis and management

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Canine hyperadrenocorticism is a commonly diagnosed disease, which most commonly requires life-long treatment with Vetoryl. The cost of diagnosis, treatment and monitoring is often cited as a barrier to diagnosis and treatment. Good communication can lead to increased compliance, making the transition from suspicion to diagnosis that bit easier. for patients, their owners and vets.

This CPD will consider a “gold standard” versus “cost-effective” approach to the diagnosis, treatment and monitoring of Cushing’s cases. Including how to use Pre-Vetoryl Cortisol in the management of Cushing’s.

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6.45pm Registration & Buffet

7.30pm Presentation by Emily Casey BVM&S MRCVS, Veterinary Technical Advisor, Dechra Veterinary Products

9.30pm Questions and Close

This event will entitle you to 2 hours CPD

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