The dyspneic cat or dog . Free webinar !
Door Dr. Locquet
In this webinar, I will discuss how to approach the dyspneic cat or dog, with the main focus on cardiac patients. I will discuss how the possible underlying cause can be diagnosed based on the clinical presentation, physical examination and POCUS. Then I will elaborate on the best ways to stabilise each type of patient and which further tests can be considered once the patient is sufficiently stabilised. My main goal of this webinar is to make veterinarians more comfortable and confident in the approach of dyspneic patients and hope to help you in the best way possible with this lecture.
Laurent graduated in 2015 from Ghent University, Belgium and worked in general practice for one year both abroad in South-Africa as well as in Belgium, primarily with cats, dogs and wildlife, before starting a rotating Internship in a busy referral centre in the UK. During his Internship, Laurent obtained his certificate in Veterinary Cardiology. After completing his Internship, Laurent completed a Residency in Veterinary Cardiology at the University of Ghent before joining a busy referral practice in the Greater London Area for one year before joining Dick White Referrals in 2022.
Laurent enjoys all aspects of veterinary Cardiology though he has a particular interest in procedures involving cardiopulmonary bypass, minimally invasive interventions and wildlife cardiology.