About this event
This presentation will provide comprehensive commentary on the last 20 years of the use of Trilostane in veterinary medicine. It will commence with a brief historical perspective on canine hyperadrenocorticism and its treatment options. This will be followed by the indications, mode of action, dose, monitoring, efficacy and adverse effects of Trilostane. Moreover, the presentation will focus on the best evidence (or lack thereof) for the evolving management and monitoring recommendations of Trilostane treatment. Next, the presentation will address the current equipoise in the literature on the use of Trilostane. The presentation will conclude with a frank summary of the current trends and convergence of evidence, equipping practitioners with clear and practical advice on the way forward.
About our speaker
Prof. Johan Schoeman
BVSc, MMedVet(Med)(Pretoria), PhD(Cambridge)
Diplomate(Small Animal Medicine) - Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons
Diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine
Prof. Johan Schoeman obtained his BVSc from the University of Pretoria in 1991. After 7 years in mixed practice in the United Kingdom, during which time he complete the CertSAM, he was appointed as a lecturer at the University of Cambridge. He joined the Department of Companion Animal Clinical Studies at UP as a senior lecturer in 2000. In 2001, he obtained specialist qualifications in Small Animal Medicine from the RCVS (DSAM), the European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ECVIM) and the University of Pretoria (MMedVet). In 2009 he obtained a PhD in Veterinary Endocrinology from the University of Cambridge. He was chair of the ECVIM examination board (2008-2010) – a body that examines and certifies specialist veterinary physicians across Europe. He has been Head of Department for two terms (8 years) from 2009 to 2017. He currently leads the Faculty’s pathobiology research theme and has rekindled his passion for clinical teaching, whilst diagnosing and treating referred small animal medicine cases, especially those with cardiac and/or endocrine diseases. He has successfully supervised 18 Masters and 5 PhD students, published 70 scientific papers, 14 textbook chapters, and presented over 80 international scientific congress presentations and more than 100 regional and national CPD lectures. During 2020 the RCVS bestowed a Fellowship on him for meritorious contributions to small animal internal medicine and during the same year he was elected as Chair of the Internal Medicine specialty on the ECVIM board.
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