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District 3 / NEPVMA Dinner Meeting
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11/21/2019
When: Thursday, November 21, 2019
6:30 PM
Where: University of Scranton: Rose Room - Brennan Hall 509
320 Madison Ave
Scranton, Pennsylvania  18503
United States
Contact: PVMA
717.220.1437


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The Northeastern Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association (NEPVMA) with the Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association (PVMA) is hosting a dinner meeting and we hope you will join us! This is your chance to interact with colleagues, receive an update on PVMA's current initiatives, and earn CE credits.

Diagnosis and Management of Canine Congestive Heart Failure

  1. Describe the radiographic changes associated with congestive heart failure (CHF) in canine patients.
  2. Become familiar with the clinical signs associated with the development of CHF in canine patients.
  3. Describe how to use the resting respiratory rate as a tool for monitoring patients with asymptomatic (stage B2) mitral valve degeneration and those with controlled CHF (stage C).
  4. Understand the recommended treatment for canine CHF as outlined by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM) Consensus Statement.

Schedule of Events

  • 6:30 pm Registration
  • 6:45 pm Dinner Served
  • 7:00 pm Presentation

 

THIS IS A COMPLIMENTARY EVENT FOR ALL ATTENDEES. On-site registration available the day of the event.

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About the speaker: Danielle Laughlin, DVM, DACVIM

Dr. Laughlin is a board-certified diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine, specializing in cardiology. She earned her DVM and performed her internship in small animal medicine and surgery at The Ohio State University, followed by a cardiology residency at the University of Pennsylvania. Her clinical interests include echocardiography and novel therapeutics for long-term management of cardiac disease. Dr. Laughlin’s research has focused on advanced echocardiographic techniques in dogs with myxomatous mitral valve disease.