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Come and unWined with the WSAVT and earn some CE
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When: Saturday, July 15, 2017
Where: Walter Clore Wine & Culinary Center
2140A Wine Country Road
Prosser, Washington  99350
United States
Contact: Sherri Hultberg

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Up to Six hours of WSAVT and VBOG approved CE presented by Jenny Cassibry Fisher, RVT, VTS-Oncology sponsored by PraciVet.

Topics include:
Fluid Therapy Basics, The ins and Out: This one hour lecture will provide a broad overview of fluid therapy in the small animal patient. Utilizing an independent evaluation of each patient’s fluid needs to develop a fluid therapy plan. This lecture will review commonly used fluids, devices and calculations.
Oncology Overview Part 1, All About Cancer: The staggering incidence of neoplasia in small animal medicine says that 50% of animals over the age of eight will develop neoplasia. With growing incidence and treatment options, it is important to understand cancer biology, diagnostics and treatment. This lecture will provide an overview of what is cancer, how is it diagnosed, and how is it treated.
Oncology Overview Part 2, The Effects of Cancer: With the high incidence of cancer diagnosed in the veterinary hospital, owners and caretakers alike are being impacted and affected by a cancer diagnosis. This lecture will review helpful tips on communicating a cancer diagnosis, support for owners, healthcare team members and the patients, and many other topics discussing the impact of cancer of all members of the healthcare network.
(Lunch Lecture) Going Needle free, What’s the Point? In documented research, it is said that as many as 75% of veterinary healthcare workers admit to occasionally or commonly sticking themselves with needles. These were the same statistics found in human medicine before the implementation of needle free devices. With the amount of potential contagions in the veterinary hospital the need for needle free technology is evident. This lecture will discuss the risks associated with needle sticks, the different technology available and some product review.
Dry Lab : Fine Needle Aspirates (FNA) with basic cytology review; Evaluating for Diagnostic Quality
This hand on lab will provide a lecture based outline on lumps and bumps. How and when to aspirate with techniques and tips for success. Basic cytological cellular microscopic review and interpretation. Most of, much of the time will be utilized teaching FNA techniques and evaluation of diagnostic quality sampling.

Social: VCA sponsored a social for you to join the WSAVT and unWINEd (see what I did there?) with wine tasting and painting.
When: July 15th, 2016
Time: Check in: 9:00 am to 9:30 am
Lectures are from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm
Dry Lab: 2:00pm to 4pm
Social: 4:00pm to ??

Where: Walter Clore Wine & Culinary Center
2140A Wine Country Road
Prosser, WA 99350

 WSAVT Member Registration $35.00
 Registration and Membership for WSAVT $75.00
 Non-WSAVT Member Registration $95.00

Additional cost:

 Dry lab is $25
 Social is $5 which includes wine tasting and painting

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