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Clinical biochemistry: do we know how to interpret results?

Clinical biochemistry: do we know how to interpret results?

Clinical biochemistry: do we know how to interpret results?

Randolph Baral BVSc MACVSc(feline) PhD
Randolph Baral BVSc MACVSc(feline) PhD
on behalf of University of Sydney Faculty of Veterinary Science

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Launch date: 13 Feb 2017

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Last updated: 22 Mar 2017

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Description

This podcast will:
• Show why traditional population-based reference intervals can be problematic
• Introduce the participant to the new paradigm of individual subject-based reference changes (reference change values), based on biological variation
• Give the participant the tools to determine reference change values for their practice.

Objectives

Involvement in this course will expand your understanding and knowledge of:
1. Why traditional population-based reference intervals can be problematic
2. Introducing the participant to the new paradigm of individual subject-based reference changes (reference change values), based on biological variation
3. Give the participant the tools to determine reference change values for their practice.
Randolph Baral BVSc MACVSc(feline) PhD

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Randolph Baral BVSc MACVSc(feline) PhD
on behalf of University of Sydney Faculty of Veterinary Science

Randolph Baral graduated from the University of Sydney in 1991. In the first few years of his veterinary career, he worked part-time while pursuing a career as a professional triathlete. In 1997, he started Paddington Cat Hospital with his wife, Melissa Catt. Randolph’s interests in feline practice focus on internal medicine and he achieved Membership of the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists for feline medicine in 2001. Particular interest areas are the manifestations and causes of hypertension, diabetes mellitus (particularly transient diabetes) and lipid metabolism disorders as well as infectious diseases. For the last four years, Randolph has been an official consultant on Feline Internal Medicine board of VIN (Veterinary Information Network) a worldwide internet group where veterinarians seek advice and discuss cases.

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