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Module 9 – Heartworm Treatment Part 3

Module 9 – Heartworm Treatment Part 3

Module 9 – Heartworm Treatment Part 3

Dr. Stephen Jones and Dr. Debra Horwitz
Dr. Stephen Jones and Dr. Debra Horwitz
on behalf of American Heartworm Society

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Launch date: 21 Jun 2016

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Last updated: 16 Jun 2017

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Module 9 – Heartworm Treatment Part 3
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Dr. Stephen Jones, veterinarian at Lakeside Animal Hospital, discusses how to minimize the risks of complications in your veterinary patients when treating a heartworm positive patient with melarsomine (Immiticide). If one of your canine patients was just diagnosed as heartworm positive, this video is a must-watch for veterinarians and veterinary technicians.

Dr. Debra Horwitz, DACVB of Veterinary Behavior Consultations in St. Louis, Missouri, discusses the importance of appropriate client communication with the pet owner in the heartworm positive dog. This video is a must-see for any veterinarian and veterinary technician. By addressing the pet owner's concerns, addressing the pet's concerns, and still providing the heartworm positive dog with certain types of exercise, veterinary professionals can work with pet owners to ensure the best outcome for heartworm positive dogs that must be exercise-restricted.

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How to minimize complications of melarsomine therapy
Dr. Stephen Jones, veterinarian at Lakeside Animal Hospital, discusses how to minimize the risks of complications in your veterinary patients when treating a heartworm positive patient with melarsomine (Immiticide). If one of your canine patients was just diagnosed as heartworm positive, this video is a must-watch for veterinarians and veterinary technicians.
The importance of appropriate client communication in heartworm disease
The importance of appropriate client communication with the pet owner in the heartworm positive dog. This video is a must-see for any veterinarian and veterinary technician. By addressing the pet owner's concerns, addressing the pet's concerns, and still providing the heartworm positive dog with certain types of exercise, veterinary professionals can work with pet owners to ensure the best outcome for heartworm positive dogs that must be exercise-restricted.

Dr. Stephen Jones and Dr. Debra Horwitz

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Dr. Stephen Jones and Dr. Debra Horwitz
on behalf of American Heartworm Society

Stephen Jones, DVM, is a general practitioner and practice partner at Lakeside Animal Hospital in Moncks Corner, South Carolina.
Dr. Debra Horwitz received her DVM from Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1975.She became board certified as a diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists in 1996, one year after the formal recognition of the college. Dr. Horwitz has had a referral practice for behavioral problems in companion animals since 1982; and moved her practice and family to St. Louis in 1986. Dr. Horwitz is adjunct faculty at the University of Missouri veterinary school. She is Co-editor and author of the BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Behavioral Medicine 1st and 2nd edition, published in October 2009.

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