Putting blood smears into everyday practice can be intimidating—they’re time-consuming and take expertise to successfully execute. This webinar will help you understand the basics of when to perform a blood smear, how to make a diagnostic smear, and how technology is relieving the load of interpretation. Discussion of clinical cases will also help bring their value to life.
Interpreting inflammatory white blood cell patterns in patients can be challenging. Join Dr. Eric Morissette for tips on how to diagnose inflammation and gain a better understanding of common inflammatory WBC patterns using automated hematology counts and digital cytology.
This session will focus on the diagnostic power of a comprehensive CBC. Using cased-based examples, Dr. Michelle Larsen and Dr. Cory Penn will explore advances in artificial intelligence technology that have made blood smears easier than ever.
In this presentation, learn how digital microscopy and deep learning artificial intelligence can alleviate challenges surrounding workflows and the time it takes to read samples. Plus, explore how this technology can provide practitioners with confidence in the accuracy of results for fecal flotations, blood smears, skin impression smears, ear and skin swab cytologic smears, and digital cytology.
In this webinar, discover the impact of point-of-care cytology and hematology techniques in the management of sick patients. The case-based presentation will also explore how to utilize cytology to make clinical decisions regarding surgical intervention and how to identify infectious agents, along with how a well-prepared blood smear can impact achieving a diagnosis.
Look Deeper: Internal Medicine
Join Dr. David C. Twedt, DVM, DACVIM, to gain an understanding of the importance of abnormal liver enzymes, as well as the differences between primary and secondary liver disease, in this case-based course on liver disease in patients.
Acute pancreatitis in dogs is a complex medical condition that can be equally complex to diagnose and treat. In this webinar, Dr. David Twedt will cover the latest on the diagnosis and management of acute pancreatitis in dogs, including the diagnostic value of available testing options and the new therapeutic options for disease monitoring.
Knowing how to troubleshoot the highs and lows that come with managing diabetic patients can be the key to better patient outcomes. Join Dr. Richard Goldstein in this webinar as he shares strategies for improved diabetic management.
We’ve all had difficult cases of chronic gastrointestinal signs that have been difficult to diagnose, leaving the veterinary team unsure of next steps. Join Dr. Myles McKenna for this 1-hour, case-based webinar as he talks about the challenges of diagnosing canine inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and offers 10 steps to troubleshooting difficult cases.
Trouble with Skin
Should skin cytology be performed for every itchy pet? This webinar will discuss the role of diagnostic testing in dermatology, including an introduction to the latest in cytologic technology.
Horses, Horses, Horses
Join us in this webinar to review recent equine cytology cases and gain helpful tips on sample collection, preparation, and storage to get the most out of each cytology sample you submit.
An elevated concentration of serum amyloid A (SAA) is a reliable biomarker for infection-related inflammation. In this webinar, learn how Stablelab® can help distinguish infectious from non-infectious inflammation and enhance patient care.
Take a look at the new equine AI fecal (coming in 2023) and cytology indications on the VETSCAN IMAGYST and how the instrument allows for fast detection and diagnosis in equine cases.
Join Nathan Slovis, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM, CHT, and director of the McGee Center and member of the practice, to review basic hematology and clinical pathology in horses, as well as provide case-based learning through various in-house diagnostic tools to save the lives of critical patients.
Appropriate preanesthetic patient preparation prior to the administration of any anesthetic drugs is critical for anesthetic safety. In this case-based session, we will discuss crucial diagnostic testing and how to develop stabilization plans and anesthetic protocols based on the test results for safe anesthesia in every practice.
In this case-based lecture, Dr. Richard Goldstein will discuss how wellness screening positively impacts clinical outcomes. New technologies that allow for efficient connections to experts will be introduced so you don't have to go it alone.
Join us for a conversation on how new innovations in diagnostic testing can improve clinic workflows, accuracy, and speed of receiving results. In this case-based session, Dr. Sue Ettinger, Dr. Richard Goldstein, and Dr. Jane Sykes will discuss how technology is improving veterinary medicine.