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IVECCS MDR 2017: Hepatic Encephalopathy

IVECCS MDR 2017: Hepatic Encephalopathy

IVECCS MDR 2017: Hepatic Encephalopathy

Alex Lynch, BVSc(Hons), DACVECC, MRCVS
Alex Lynch, BVSc(Hons), DACVECC, MRCVS
on behalf of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society

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Launch date: 23 Jan 2018
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Last updated: 12 Dec 2018

Reference: 186175

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Dr Dawn Metzger DVM (7 Dec 2018)
Very useful information, well presented
Dr Kimberly Robinson DVM (5 Nov 2018)
One of the best lectures I have heard in a while.
Dr Shannon Klein DVM (26 Apr 2018)
Lots of in depth information on processes.

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Description

This lecture reviews pathophysiological mechanisms underpinning our understanding of hepatic encephalopathy with relevance for therapeutic management in small animals.

Objectives

Course Objectives
1. Understand the disease states that can lead to the clinical syndrome of hepatic encephalopathy
2. Appreciate the specific contribution of hyperammonemia and the role of non-ammonia toxins
3. Know an appropriate diagnostic approach to animals with suspected hepatic encephalopathy
4. Recall the theory underpinning therapeutic recommendations in encephalopathic small animals
Alex Lynch, BVSc(Hons), DACVECC, MRCVS

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Alex Lynch, BVSc(Hons), DACVECC, MRCVS
on behalf of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society

Alex Lynch graduated from the University of Bristol, England, in 2009. After a period in small animal practice in the UK, he completed further clinical training in emergency and critical care at Tufts University in North Grafton, Massachusetts. Alex became a diplomat of the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care in 2015. Following completion of his residency, he moved to the University of Florida as a Clinical Assistant Professor in Emergency and Critical Care. His main clinical interests are hemostatic dysfunction and transfusion medicine.

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User Reviews (6)

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Dr Dawn Metzger DVM (7 Dec 2018)
Very useful information, well presented
Dr Kimberly Robinson DVM (5 Nov 2018)
One of the best lectures I have heard in a while.
Dr Shannon Klein DVM (26 Apr 2018)
Lots of in depth information on processes.
Dr Ada Lee (25 Apr 2018)
This presentation is probably one of the most informational lectures I've seen so far. Very well done and extremely comprehensive.
Bill Hah (24 Aug 2018)
the article is very well explained and enjoyed neurological mechanism was very interesting.
Ms Holly Killian CVT (15 Nov 2018)
This was a great lecture. The speaker spoke clearly and at a good pace.

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