Continuing Education
College of Veterinary Medicine
Kansas State University
2-A Trotter Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506

785-532-4528
vmce@vet.k-state.edu

Training Offerings

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    Small Animal
  • Coughing in Elderly Small Breed Dogs   - $20
    Instructor: Dr. Justin Thomason
    CE Credits Earned: 0.5
    In this presentation, Dr. Justin Thomason discusses cases involving coughing in elderly small breed dogs. This seminar focuses on diagnostic approaches, including clinical signs and the use of respiratory sounds, radiology and color flow doppler.
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  • Chronic Kidney Disease   - $30
    Instructor: Dr. Greg Grauer
    CE Credits Earned: 0.75
    In this presentation, Dr. Grauer discusses the staging and management of chronic kidney disease in cats.
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  • Update on Canine Cushing's Disease   - $30
    Instructor: Dr. Ken Harkin
    CE Credits Earned: 0.75
    Dr. Harkin describes several challenges with Cushing’s Disease, including atypical cases and expenses associated with different diagnostics and therapies. It also introduces several novel therapies including isotretinoin, cabergoline and trilostane.
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  • Management of Ocular Emergencies in Dogs, Part 1   - $20
    Instructor: Dr. Jessica Meekins
    CE Credits Earned: 0.5
    In this first part of a two-part series, Dr. Meekins reviews the treatments and complications related to globe proptosis and glaucoma.
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  • Management of Ocular Emergencies in Dogs, Part 2   - $20
    Instructor: Dr. Jessica Meekins
    CE Credits Earned: 0.5
    In this second part of a two-part series, Dr. Meekins reviews the treatments and complications related to corneal ulcers, hyphema and lens luxation.
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  • The emergence of Atypical and Indolent Lymphomas in Dogs   - $40
    Instructor: Dr. Raelene Wouda
    CE Credits Earned: 1
    Whilst diffuse large B-cell lymphoma remains the most commonly diagnosed form of the disease in dogs, several less common forms of lymphoma are being recognized with increasing frequency, and account for up to 30% of canine lymphoma cases in some studies. These atypical subtypes of lymphoma warrant a unique diagnostic perspective and approach to case management, which will be discussed during this presentation.
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  • Feline Oral Pathology   - $40
    Instructor: Dr. Douglas Winter
    CE Credits Earned: 1
    This presentation will cover basic feline oral pathology, including how to correctly identify, treat and manage issues that are commonly encountered; specifically, caudal mucositis (feline chronic gingivostomatitis), juvenile periodontitis/hyperplastic gingivitis, periodontal disease, common dentition and soft tissue problems like tooth resorption (Types 1 and 2) and neoplasia.
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  • Immunotherapy for Veterinary Cancer Patients   - $40
    Instructor: Dr. Raelene Wouda
    CE Credits Earned: 1

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  • Utilization of Feeding Tubes in Small Animal Patients   - $40
    Instructor: Dr. Maria Jugan
    CE Credits Earned: 1
    A case-based approach to choosing types of feeding tubes, diet types, and disease-specific feeding complications in small animal patients.
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  • A ‘How-To’ Guide: A Case-Based Approach to Utilization of Feeding Tubes in Small Animal Patients   - $40
    Instructor: Dr. Maria Jugan
    CE Credits Earned: 1
    A case-based approach to choosing types of feeding tubes, diet types, and disease-specific feeding complications in small animal patients.
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  • Feline Uveitis: Ocular Manifestations of Systemic Disease in the Midwestern United States   - $40
    Instructor: Dr. Jessica Meekins
    CE Credits Earned: 1
    This presentation will review select infectious diseases, including disseminated histoplasmosis and feline infectious peritonitis (FIP), that result in ocular clinical signs in feline patients. After an overview of the clinically relevant anatomy and physiology of the uveal tract, we will focus on recognizing clinical signs of uveitis before discussing specific ocular lesions resulting from various infectious (fungal, viral) and other systemic causes of uveitis.
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  • Update on Management of Systemic Hypertension in Dogs and Cats   - $40
    Instructor: Dr. William Whitehouse
    CE Credits Earned: 1
    This lecture will provide an overview of the management of systemic hypertension in small animal patients. We will review recommendations on which blood pressure devices to use, best practices for obtaining an accurate blood pressure measurement, diagnosis of systemic hypertension, and treatment strategies. We will also evaluate the clinical use of telmisartan which was recently approved by the Food and Drug Administration for the treatment of systemic hypertension in cats.
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  • Clinical Nutrition Symposium for Small Animal Veterinarians   - $0
    Instructor: Multiple
    CE Credits Earned: 5
    Clinical Nutrition Symposium for Small Animal Veterinarians To watch this video in segments, you can find the different sessions at the following time marks. 00:00 Common Nutrition Myths 46:32 GI Health 1:27:30 Pet Food Options 2:23:54 Obesity 3:10:55 Communication Frustrations 3:43:46 Panel Discussion
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  • Pediatric Dentistry   - $40
    Instructor: Dr. Douglas Winter
    CE Credits Earned: 1
    This presentation will focus on the most common pediatric dental conditions encountered in the veterinary practice. Pediatric dentistry generally refers to issues encountered in the first 12 months of life. During the time of development of the dental structures, there are many problems that can occur which will lead to significant pain and disease. As with most other oral conditions, our patients rarely show outward signs of disease. It is the responsibility of the veterinarian and support staff to recognize normal versus abnormal development and be able to offer appropriate treatment to resolve these issues.
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  • Update on Proterinuria in Dogs and Cats   - $40
    Instructor: Dr. William Whitehouse
    CE Credits Earned: 1
    This lecture will review the identification, assessment, and management of proteinuria in dogs and cats. We will cover etiologies of proteinuria and current recommendations for management including renal biopsies, standard therapy, and immunosuppressive therapy.
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