In patients with haemostatic disorders, it can be difficult to determine whether this is primary or secondary or anything more complicated. This fundamentally impacts both treatment and prognosis. This talk covers how to approach animals with primary haemostatic disorders and the current options for management in primary care practice.
About the speaker
Mark Dunning MA VetMB PhD CertSAM DipECVIM-CA MRCVS, Head of Internal Medicine at Willows Referral Service
Mark qualified from Cambridge in 1997 and spent time in mixed and small animal practice. He began a residency in Small Animal Medicine at the University of Liverpool in 2000 but interrupted this to undertake a PhD in Neuroscience at the University of Cambridge. Following completion of his PhD, Mark completed a residence in Small Animal Medicine at Cambridge. He then spent four years in private specialist practice before moving to Nottingham Vet School as Clinical Associate Professor in Small Animal Internal Medicine. Mark holds the European Diploma in Small Animal Internal Medicine and is an RCVS and EBVS Recognised Specialist in Small Animal Internal Medicine. Mark is currently Head of Internal Medicine at Willows Referrals.
CPD hours: 1