SDMA Clinical Utility in Small Animal Medicine
August 16th, 2017 @ 6pm PT
SDMA is a widely available commercial test that has revolutionized how we detect kidney disease in small animal veterinary medicine. Despite SDMA’s success in measuring/estimating a decreased GFR, we must remain diligent in our practices to appropriately use this biomarker in regards to our patients’ healthcare. During this webinar we will discuss the origin, science and literature available in regards to the veterinary use of SDMA, then we will discuss several clinical cases in which SDMA values may or may not have helped in achieving an accurate diagnosis.
This program is 50 minutes long and will provide 1 CE credit for $50.00
Jennifer E. Slovak DVM, MS, DACVIM
Small Animal Internal Medicine
Washington State University
College of Veterinary Medicine
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