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Lily Exposure in Cats

Lily Exposure in Cats

Lily Exposure in Cats

Mr Eugene Hill
Mr Eugene Hill

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Launch date: 02 Dec 2014
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Last updated: 15 Jun 2017

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This course covers diagnosis and treatment of renal toxicity in cats due to lily exposure also a guide to which ‘lilies’ are associated with renal toxicity in cats.

This online veterinary CPD module contains fully interactive screens including a range of self-assessment questions leading to a printable certificate.

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By the time you complete this online veterinary CPD module you will be able:
-To know which ‘lilies’ are associated with renal toxicity in cats
-To understand the treatment objectives and options in cats with lily exposure
-To understand the factors that affect prognosis in cats with renal failure after ingestion of lilies
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Mr Eugene Hill

The Veterinary Poisons Information Service (VPIS) is a 24-hour telephone emergency service providing information on the management of actual and suspected poisoning in animals. We provide direct support to veterinary professionals worldwide.

Each poisoning case is directly handled by one of our trained veterinary information scientists. VPIS can provide advice on the effects of thousands of toxic substances in small animals, livestock, exotics, or wildlife.

For each enquiry VPIS will cover the risk assessment for that toxin and species, the anticipated clinical effects and the ideal treatment protocol with prognostic advice, in order to ensure that the veterinary professional is in the best position to provide optimum treatment.

Our advice is based on our case database of over 200,000 past cases and extensive resources obtained through research of published data. We constantly refine our advice to offer current best practice and ensure our veterinary information scientists are qualified and fully trained to handle your enquiry.

VPIS provides class-based CPD training for Vets, Vet Nurses and undergraduates, and also offers online CPD training.

We collaborate with many other veterinary associations, animal welfare groups, and veterinary industry partners to provide research insight, leaflets and other publications on poisoning themes in order to increase animal welfare and awareness of potential poisons.

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