|On Demand||Veterinarians, Veterinary Techs, Veterinary Staff||1.0||
Toxicities are a common reason for emergency presentation for cats and dogs. This case-based presentation will provide a general approach to all toxicity cases as well as in depth discussion of 5 of the most common toxicities. Diagnosis, decontamination, and treatment will be presented specifically for NSAIDs, marijuana, chocolate, xylitol, and anti-coagulant rodenticides.
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Clinical Assistant Professor
College of Veterinary Medicine
Washington State University
Beth Davidow joined the emergency and critical care department at Washington State University in March. She is a graduate of Cornell University and completed her residency at Dove Lewis Emergency Hospital in Portland, OR. She was the co-owner and medical director of 2 emergency and multispecialty hospitals and a blood bank in Seattle for 13 years. She has been a consultant for VIN since 2002 and is president-elect of the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care.
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