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Hypoglycaemia

Hypoglycaemia

Hypoglycaemia

Johan P. Schoeman BVSc, MMedVet, PhD, DSAM, DECVIM-CA, MRCVS
Johan P. Schoeman BVSc, MMedVet, PhD, DSAM, DECVIM-CA, MRCVS
on behalf of The South African Veterinary Association

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Launch date: 11 May 2015

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Last updated: 15 Nov 2017

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Description

This article covers an overview of the clinical signs, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis and the diagnostic approach to hypoglycaemia in dogs and cats.

Objectives

Objectives
This module will enable you to understand the following:-
• The pathophysiology of hypoglycaemia
• Causes of hypoglycaemia
• Differential diagnosis
• How to perform a diagnostic work-up
Johan P. Schoeman BVSc, MMedVet, PhD, DSAM, DECVIM-CA, MRCVS

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Johan P. Schoeman BVSc, MMedVet, PhD, DSAM, DECVIM-CA, MRCVS
on behalf of The South African Veterinary Association

Johan P. Schoeman BVSc, MMedVet, PhD, DSAM, DECVIM-CA, MRCVS
Dr Schoeman qualified as a veterinarian from the University of Pretoria in South Africa in 1991. He spent 7 years working in mixed practice in the United Kingdom. He was a lecturer at Cambridge University Veterinary School during 1999, where he completed his RCVS diploma in small animal medicine. He also obtained a diploma from the European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine and a Masters degree from the University of Pretoria. He obtained a PhD from the University of Cambridge in 2009, using canine babesiosis and parvoviral diarrhoea as models to study the endocrine responses in canine critical illness. He is the current (2015) head of the Department of Companion Animal Clinical Studies at the Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Pretoria.

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This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • South African Veterinary Council (SAVC)
  • 1.00 Points

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