Small Animal

WVC 90th Annual Conference

(SA41) Making the Most of In-clinic Testing: Coagulation

Wednesday, March 7
4:00 PM - 4:50 PM
MBCC, Mandalay Bay I, Level 2

CE Credits: 1

Practitioners can obtain a range of in-clinic coagulation data (e.g. platelet counts, physical bleeding tests, PT/PTT). This session will cover how to obtain high quality results and use them to diagnose common coagulation abnormalities.

Unity Jeffrey

Assistant professor
Texas A&M University

Unity Jeffery qualified from the University of Cambridge in the UK in 2008. After a brief period in general practice, she began a residency in clinical pathology at Iowa State University and went on to undertake a PhD investigating mechanisms of thrombosis in dogs with IMHA. She joined Texas A & M University as an assistant professor in 2016, and divides her time between diagnostic duties and developing the “Dogs Helping Dogs” research laboratory. The aim of the “Dogs Helping Dogs” project is to use samples from canine patients and healthy pet volunteers to improve understanding, diagnosis and treatment of common canine diseases.


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