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SDMA (en inglés)

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Hematología

Curso: Introducción a las gráficas de puntos y casos prácticos

Duración: 20 min

Bienvenido al curso online de IDEXX “Introducción a las gráficas de puntos y casos prácticos” para el analizador de Hematología ProCyte Dx.

Presentación
 
 
Introducción a las gráficas de puntos
 
Caso - Anemia regenerativa vs no regenerativa
 
Caso - Déficit de hierro
 
Caso - Trombocitopenia
 
Caso - Inflamación Mimi
 
Caso - Leucemia linfocítica crónica
 

Curso: The IDEXX guide to haematology

This three-part course will help veterinary professionals gain the basic knowledge they need to understand and interpret small-animal haematology results, including using an automated haematology analyser and performing a confirmatory blood film.

Module 1: An introduction to hematology and the red blood cell

Module 2: The white blood cells

Module 3: Platelets and the blood film evaluation

Curso: Dot Plot case studies for the ProCyte Dx Haematology Analyser

Duration: 60 min

The Dot Plot Case Book is an online training course for the ProCyte Dx Haematology Analyser. Included are cases that teach key dot plot patterns, each with important clinical implications.

During the cases you will review patients with:

  • Anemia
  • Inflammation
  • Thrombocytopenia
  • Leukemia
  • Iron Deficiency
Learning Objectives:
  • Distinguish between red blood cell (RBC) and white blood cell (WBC) dot plots. 
  • Identify normal and abnormal dot plots. 
  • Identify the additional information that dot plots can offer. 
  • Recognize patters in dot plots to detect possible pathologic changes or clinical concerns.

Webinar: I need reticulocytes, please! 

Duration: 60 min

In this webinar, we will review the function of the reticulocyte count in the diagnosis and classification of anemia. 

Learning Objectives:
  • Discuss why the reticulocyte count is the only way to accurately classify anemia, while MCV, MCHC and RDW parameters are often used instead.
  • Review actual clinical cases and discuss how the reticulocyte count play an instrumental role in the final diagnosis.
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Webinar: SDMA - Kidney Disease and Beyond

Duration: 60 min

Join ISFM and IDEXX for a free webinar on SDMA.

Learning Objectives:
  • Understanding the medical value of SDMA beyond chronic kidney disease
  • Understanding the application of updated IRIS guidelines
  • Reviewing SDMA test application in cases of concurrent diseases (case study)
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Webinar: A practical approach to SDMA beyond CKD

Duration: 60 min

SDMA is more than just a chronic kidney disease biomarker. It is more sensitive and more reliable than creatinine and is an earlier indicator of progressive kidney function loss due to acute or chronic disease. SDMA provides value in wellness testing and in evaluations other than wellness examinations, a topic that will include analysis of a new data set. An elevated SDMA can also be an indicator of concurrent diseases that can secondarily impact kidney function and should be investigated.

Learning Objectives:
  • Explaining how SDMA is a biomarker of GFR and how it can add value in traditional diagnostics in kidney disease in well and sick patients.
  • Assessing what next steps should be taken when SDMA is increased.
  • Illustrating the application of updated IRIS guidelines and how to use creatinine for staging CKD.
  • Reviewing clinical cases for diagnosing & monitoring of kidney disease.
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Webinar: Optimizing diagnosis of kidney disease in-house

Duration: 60 min

Watch our free of charge webinar on Optimizing diagnosis of kidney disease in-house presented by Susan Randell. In this webinar you will learn about ways to assess kidney function in your patients, paying specific attention to the value of in-house diagnostic testing.

Using a case-based approach, you will:
  • Be able to better diagnose kidney disease .
  • Gain knowledge about a new biomarker for in-house diagnostic testing 
  • Feel more confident in interpreting test results  
  • Know what next steps should be taken, based on those results 
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Webinar: Increased SDMA - Now What?

Duration: 60 min

This webinar will review SDMA as a biomarker of GFR and the differentials that cause an increase in SDMA. Graham will address how SDMA can add value to your existing diagnostic workup for renal disease. Learn how to interpret a mildly increased SDMA, particularly when creatinine concentration is within normal limits.

Learning Objectives:
  • Develop deeper insight into kidney health and function.
  • Define the effect of pre-& post renal diseases on GFR and SDMA.
  • Highlight what to do and what not to do with an elevated SDMA.
  • Debate the use of creatinine aside from SDMA.
  • Give examples of the utility of SDMA in various biochemistry profiles.
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Webinar: Improving the diagnosis and management of kidney disease in hyperthyroid cats

Duration: 60 min

Watch our free of charge webinar on Improving the Diagnosis and Management of Kidney Disease in Hyperthyroid Cats presenter by Dr. Jennifer Ogeer. The clinical findings and diagnostic tools available to more reliably diagnose kidney disease in hyperthyroid cats will be reviewed. Treatment options and management goals for cats with concurrent chronic kidney disease (CKD) and hyperthyroidism will be emphasized.

Learning Objectives:
  • Describe the clinical features of chronic kidney disease (CKD) and feline hyperthyroidism, noting where they overlap.
  • Identify the challenges of recognizing kidney disease in hyperthyroid cats.  
  • Review the IDEXX SDMA Test and why it is a more reliable indicator of kidney function than traditional diagnostics in hyperthyroid cats.  
  • Review in depth the management goals and treatment options for cats with concurrent CKD and hyperthyroidism.  
  • Discuss clinical cases that will illustrate how SDMA can help in diagnosis and management of CKD in hyperthyroid cats. 
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Course: How to Run SDMA on the Catalyst One Chemistry Analyzer

Duration: 3 min

In this video, you’ll learn how to run the Catalyst SDMA Test on your Catalyst One Chemistry Analyzer. The process for running this test is slightly different from running other Catalyst tests because it must be run with a reagent.

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Webinar: SDMA - Kidney Disease and Beyond

Duration: 60 min

Join ISFM and IDEXX for a free webinar on SDMA.

Learning Objectives:
  • Understanding the medical value of SDMA beyond chronic kidney disease
  • Understanding the application of updated IRIS guidelines
  • Reviewing SDMA test application in cases of concurrent diseases (case study)
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Bioquímica

Curso: Introduction to Progesterone testing in canines

Duration: 15 min

Discover progesterone testing and learn more about how Catalyst Progesterone can be used as a reliable and convenient tool for reproductive services in your clinic.

Learning Objectives:
  • Understand the medical value of progesterone testing for canines 
  • Use Catalyst Progesterone to provide superior reproductive care

Webinar: Uncovering Liver Disease - When to use Bile Acids as a Diagnostic Tool

Duration: 60 min

Watch our free of charge webinar on the interpretation of liver parameters as diagnostic tools presented by Dr. Silke Salavati. In certain states of liver disease, bile acids can be a useful tool to specifically assess hepatic function, particularly when used in dynamic testing (bile acid stimulation test). In this webinar you will uncover diagnostics of liver diseases, interpret hepatic function test results in clinical scenarios and understand how to use bile acids in diagnosis. 

Learning Objectives:
  • Understand how to differentiate liver damage from reduced liver function based on biochemistry profiles
  • Discuss indications for routine and specific hepatic function tests including bile-acid stimulation
  • Interpret the implications of hepatic function test results in clinical scenarios
  • Understand the medical value of novel Catalyst Bile Acids measurement 
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Curso: An introduction to canine C-reactive protein (CRP)

Duration: 15 min

Discover Canine C-reactive protein (CRP) and learn how it can be used to identify and monitor systemic inflammation in dogs.

This basic course aims to give you an introduction to canine C-reactive protein (CRP). It also highlights the key benefits of running a CRP test and explains how you can use the Catalyst CRP Test to identify and monitor systemic inflammation in your canine patients. 

After this course, you will be able to: 
  • Understand the key clinical benefits of CRP testing for dogs.
  • Use the Catalyst CRP Test to identify and monitor systemic inflammation in dogs 

Curso: The IDEXX guide to chemistry

This multi-part course will help veterinary professionals better understand and interpret small-animal biochemistry results based on a systematic, orderly approach to laboratory profiling, allowing them to make quick and accurate diagnoses.

Module 1: An Introduction to laboratory profiling

Module 2: Electrolytes and acid-base profile

Module 3: Kidney profile

Module 4: Liver profile

Module 5: Exocrine pancreas/gastrointestinal tract profile

Module 6: Endocrine system profile

Curso: IDEXX SediVue Dx Urine Sediment Analyzer

Duration: 60 min

In this online training course, you’ll learn how to prepare and run patient samples on the IDEXX SediVue Dx Urine Sediment Analyzer, how to review results, how to maintain the analyzer, and more.

Webinar: C-reactive protein and other acute phase proteins in small animal practice. What is the evidence?

Duration: 60 min

Watch our free of charge webinar on Acute Phase Proteins in Small Animal Canine Practice, presented by Dr. Lise Nikolic Nielsen. This webinar aims to discuss the pathophysiological origin of acute phase proteins and their attachment to other inflammatory markers. We’ll focus on the evidence from literature and clinical case studies where CRP, and other major acute phase proteins, have been proven (or not proven) of worth in dogs.

Learning Objectives:
  •  Describe the role and functioning of acute phase proteins in the innate immune system  
  • Identify the molecular characteristics of CRP and why it is useful in dogs  
  • Understand several clinical case studies on the application of CRP, and other major acute phase proteins, in clinical practice.
  • Recognize a shortcoming of acute phase proteins and the importance of further diagnostic actions  
  • Define the benefits and shortcomings of implementing acute phase proteins in clinical practice
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