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How to Wisely Use NSAIDs in Animals at Risk

How to Wisely Use NSAIDs in Animals at Risk

How to Wisely Use NSAIDs in Animals at Risk

Scott Brown, DVM
Scott Brown, DVM
on behalf of Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine

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Launch date: 30 Jul 2015

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Last updated: 15 Oct 2017

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How to Wisely Use NSAIDs in Animals at Risk
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NSAIDs are the most commonly used analgesic medication in veterinary medicine. Renal complications from NSAID administration are a constant worry for veterinarians, who have to balance risk with quality of life issues. We will focus on recent information related to the proper way to use these drugs to maximize safety and how to follow animals chronically receiving NSAIDs in order to catch renal issues early, giving case examples throughout.

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Understand the the proper way to use NSAIDs
Understand the the proper way to use these drugs to maximize safety and how to follow animals chronically receiving NSAIDs in order to catch renal issues early, giving case examples throughout.
Scott Brown, DVM

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Scott Brown, DVM
on behalf of Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine

Dr. Brown received his veterinary degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1982. He subsequently completed an internship and residency in Small Animal Internal Medicine at the Teaching Hospital of the University of Georgia and is Board Certified in Internal Medicine by ACVIM. He received a PhD in Renal Pathophysiology from the University of Georgia in 1989 and completed a post-doctoral research fellowship at the Nephrology Research and Training Center of the University of Alabama-at-Birmingham School of Medicine.

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  • University Accredited Veterinary CE
  • 1.00 Hours -
    Reference number: 240202 Purdue

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