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Five Common Reptile Emergencies

Presenter:  Eric Klaphake, DVM, DACZM, DABVP (Avian Practice), DABVP (Reptile & Amphibian Practice)

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R.A.C.E.-approved for 1 hour of continuing education credit

Sunday, December 6, 2015  3 pm EST

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The term "emergency" can have different connotations for different people, and this presentation will briefly discuss some of the reasons a reptile owner's perception of an emergency can differ greatly from that of the reptile veterinarian. Five common clinical presentations in the reptile patient will be explored in detail:  trauma, gastrointestinal foreign body, neurological deficits, respiratory difficulty, and reproductive problems. Specific signalment and husbandry details will be explored as well as important differential diagnoses for each presentation. Appropriate diagnostic and therapeutic plans will be discussed for common conditions.

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