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Clinical Management of Chronic Cough

Clinical Management of Chronic Cough

Clinical Management of Chronic Cough

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Launch date: 26 Nov 2014

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Last updated: 11 Jun 2018

Reference: 133307

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Dr Alfred Dubois (6 Feb 2018)
Clear and well illustrated case study
Dr David Campbell BSc. Agr DVM (11 Jan 2018)
only a case report but was interesting
Dr Bijula Yusin (26 Feb 2017)
It was interesting. We see a lot of fox-tail foreign body where I live. I never thought of it as a possible cause for chronic cough.

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This course is only available to trainees days after purchase. It would need to be repurchased by the trainee if not completed in the allotted time period. This course is no longer available. You will need to repurchase if you wish to take the course again.

Description

Cough in the dog can be related to infectious or inflammatory airway disease. A full diagnostic work-up includes laboratory assessment and thoracic radiographs. Airway sampling through tracheal wash or endoscopy will assist in determining the etiologic diagnosis.

Objectives

Objectives
Learn and understand working up infectious or inflammatory airway diseases.
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User Reviews (5)

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Dr Alfred Dubois (6 Feb 2018)
Clear and well illustrated case study
Dr David Campbell BSc. Agr DVM (11 Jan 2018)
only a case report but was interesting
Dr Bijula Yusin (26 Feb 2017)
It was interesting. We see a lot of fox-tail foreign body where I live. I never thought of it as a possible cause for chronic cough.
Dr Melanie Grein DVM (26 Feb 2017)
imformative
Dr Maria Pyrdek (13 Jan 2017)
Not very helpful for the gp - discussed one case that was very unusual at a referral center

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