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    Diagnostic Dilemmas and Therapeutic Solutions - 2010

    Dr Jill Maddison
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    These are the proceedings from the Diagnostic Dilemmas and Therapeutic Solutions event held at the on Friday January 29, 2010. The speaker was Jill Maddison and the event was held at the Citigate Hotel in Sydney.

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    Interpreting the Numbers – Liver and Pancreatic Disease
    At what level does an increased ALT or ALP unequivocally indicate liver disease? When are bile acids useful and when are they not? Do the results mean the same in dogs and cats – if not, why not?

    Interpreting the Numbers – Azotaemia and Urine SG
    Does every patient with azotaemia and impaired urine concentration have renal failure? If not, why not?

    Interpreting the Numbers – The Haemogram
    Is a full blood count sufficient to assess the anaemic patient? Is my patient bleeding or haemolysing? Why is cell morphology important?

    Rational Antimicrobial Therapy
    There are so many bugs and so many drugs – how to make sense of it all. What to use, when and why.

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