All Animals Veterinary Hospitals Dawsonville, GA, United States
In the age of isoxazolines, do veterinarians still struggle with parasitic skin disease? This lecture will cover the approach veterinarians should use when dealing with a skin disease caused or that may be affected by parasite presence. In this lecture, we will discuss diagnostic procedures to enhance a correct diagnosis, and clinical cases will be discussed in a fun interactive session. We will also cover different strategies for getting our clients to embrace adequate parasite treatment and prevention. Finally, therapeutic options available in the market will be presented in a practical way for clinical use.
Understand the importance of parasitic skin disease in the dermatological patient
Develop strategies for the correct diagnosis, management, and treatment of parasitic skin disease
Prescribe effective treatments preventing the development of resistance by acquiring new tools on client management in this subject