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9th World Congress of Veterinary Dermatology - new virtual format
20-24th Oct
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Company Symposia

This program has been submitted (but is not yet approved) for 85 hours of continuing education credit in jurisdictions which recognize RACE approval.
  7am BST 21st Oct

Mast Cell Tumour removal with a single injection? Come and see the evidence

Learn about the management of Mast Cell Tumours.
Learn about the clinical efficacy and safety of tigilanol tiglate.
Learn about the practical use of tigilanol tiglate

October 2020
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Meeting owner expectations – New trends in dermatology

October 2020
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October 2020
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See It. Feed It. Sorted! Updating the evidences around Adverse Food Reactions.

Confirm the reliable procedure for the diagnosis of cutaneous AFR in pets (role of dedicated nutrition, optimal duration of elimination phase, and time to observe clinical flare upon challenge phase)

Provide updated and evidence-based information on AFR disease in terms of cutaneous & non-cutaneous signs, age of onset and potential breed predisposition.

Provide updated and evidence-based information on Petfood quality, in terms of potential presence of ancillary protein, and if any differences between diets with novel and/or hydrolysed protein sources.

Provide updated and evidence-based information on Petfood quality, in terms of potential presence of storage mites, and which may be the risk factors for attractiveness and growth.

October 2020
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Keep the cat, strengthen the bond: A transformational approach to managing Fel d 1, the major cat allergen

 Human allergies to cats have notable impact on human health and public health as well as cat health and welfare and the human-animal bond. This symposium provides attendees with an overview of the far-reaching impacts of allergies to cats and the importance of Fel d 1, the major cat allergen. An in-depth review of a novel approach to reduce Fel d 1 is described, with a focus on the mechanism of action, efficacy in reducing Fel d 1, and safety for the cat.

October 2020
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Canine Otitis Externa: Challenges and Solutions for Clinical Practice

 The aim of this symposium is to describe a “best practice” approach to cases of canine otitis externa, starting with ear cleaning, moving on to examination of the ear with appropriate diagnostic tests including cytology, and finally, consideration of a new treatment for OE and the relevance of its features and benefits for vet, client and dog.

October 2020
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Infectious canine vector borne diseases have spread into many new regions of the world. Veterinarians always need to keep in mind the possibility of these diseases, even in dermatologic cases, because systemic disease may underly dermatologic signs. Dogs presented to veterinary practices could be infected with an unfamiliar or uncommonly seen pathogen. This 2020 Symposium brings together 7 experts in vector borne diseases to deliver an introduction and present the latest research and information on pathogens, vectors, clinical signs, diagnosis and treatments. The presentations will bring science and storytelling together through visually compelling and easily digestible lessons.

October 2020
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October 2020
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 Let’s Make Itching Ancient History

Canine atopic dermatitis (CAD) is a common and chronic allergic skin disease that often necessitates multi-modal treatment. Nutrition can play important role in the disease management. At the end of this Symposium, you will learn about the latest research findings and nutritional management options for CAD. You will receive excellent tips on client communication for multi-modal treatment and you will hear the most up to date information on nutritional management of atopic disease in people.

October 2020
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