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Posted: 2nd April 2020

New Dechra webinar series available for vet professionals
The first webinar will take place on Thursday 2 April, and will cover tackling Addison's disease while following government COVID-19 guidelines.

Series to provide guidance on case management during COVID-19 pandemic

Dechra Veterinary Products has announced that it will be running a new series of webinars for veterinary professionals on how to effectively manage cases during the COVID-19 outbreak.

The first webinar, presented by Dechra’s veterinary technical advisor Emily Casey, will focus on Addison’s disease. According to Dechra, the webinar will include practical advice on how to stabilise patients and administer Zycortal while following current government guidelines, including prioritisation of blood testing, use of telemedicine and provision of additional owner support.

The webinar is due to take place on Thursday 2 April from 1pm to 2pm and again from 7pm to 8pm. It will be available to watch again or download afterwards via the Dechra Academy.

Additional webinars on case management during COVID-19 will be held each Wednesday in April. Each webinar will equal one hour of certified Continuing Professional Development (CPD).

Technical services manager at Dechra Jamie Walker said: “Since the outbreak of coronavirus began, we have received a large number of calls from practices wanting advice and guidance on how they should be managing chronic cases at this time.

“Our case management webinars will offer practical advice on a number of common small animal issues and aim to provide reassurance and support to veterinary professionals at this challenging time.”

For further information about the webinars on offer, as well as how to register, please visit the Dechra website.

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