About this event
Clinical signs of gastrointestinal (GIT) disease are frequent cause of grey hairs in small animal practice! Because GIT signs are not specific for a particular disease or organ, they can pose a diagnostic dilemma. Routine clinical pathology is an essential and valuable tool for the diagnostic work-up of these cases. From electrolytes and serum proteins to enzymes and haematology, laboratory diagnostics are often necessary for the diagnosis, monitoring and prognostication of these cases. Please join us as we discuss how you can and should use clinical pathology in tackling commonly encountered GIT diseases in dogs and cats.
About our speaker: Dr Kelly du Preez
Kelly du Preez BSc BVSc (Hons) MMedVet (Clinical Laboratory Diagnostics) is a veterinary clinical pathologist based in Pretoria. After several years in small animal private practice, she returned to the University of Pretoria Faculty of Veterinary Science, where she completed her South African and European residencies in veterinary clinical pathology in 2020. She currently runs a private clinical pathology service from Onderstepoort campus in Pretoria.
Thursday 22 April | 19h30-20h30
We are excited to see you all online on the 22nd of April.
The Hill's Pet Nutrition Team
Kelly du Preez is a veterinary clinical pathologist based in Pretoria. She currently runs a private clinical pathology service from Onderstepoort campus in Pretoria.
Technical support for Hill’s team (sales and marketing) and Veterinary clients. Organising and providing CPD for Veterinarians and Nurses. Small Animal Clinical Nutrition training/info for Vet and para-vet students, Vets and Para-vets, Key Thought Leaders, Hill’s team.
Brigid qualified as veterinary nurse in 1994 & worked in welfare & private practice including exotic, behaviour & emergency medicine specialist clinics before joining Hill's. Brigid has a passion for providing excellent & relevant CPD and support for the veterinary profession.
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