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Eyemergencies: Managing Urgent Ophthalmic Cases for all Practitioners

 

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Day/Time: December 11th, 2PM ET/11AM PT
Presenter: Dr. Trevor Arnold, DVM, MS, DACVO

 

 

Whether you love them or hate them, ocular emergencies are part of veterinary life. Join Trevor Arnold, DVM, MS, DACVO as he presents this free 1-hour CE webinar and walks us through the causes, diagnostics test, treatments and prognoses for several common ocular eyemergencies seen in dogs and cats. His real-world, practical approach will leave you feeling confident to evaluate and treat these critical patients in their time of need. Treatment techniques from tarsorrhaphy and conjunctival grafts to intravitreal injections and enucleations will be shared.

Ophthalmic Emergencies Discussed:

This program has been approved for 1 hour of continuing education credit in jurisdictions which recognize RACE approval.
NOTE: You must watch the webinar LIVE to earn the CE credit.

 

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Dr. Trevor Arnold, DVM, MS, DACVO

Dr. Trevor Arnold

Dr. Arnold attended UC Berkeley for his undergraduate studies and went on to graduate from UC Davis Veterinary School. He then completed a small animal internship in Southern California. Dr. Arnold attended Colorado State University for his specialty training/residency in ophthalmology and earned a Masters in Clinical Sciences while there. He is currently adjunct faculty at CSU. After his specialty training in 2012, Dr. Arnold remained in Colorado. He is very excited to continue to care for pets in the Northern Colorado area as a veterinary ophthalmologist at Boulder Road Veterinary Specialists and to support colleagues in the referral community.  When not striving to save the vision of one pet at a time, Dr. Arnold enjoys spending time in Colorado’s beautiful outdoors skiing, fishing and camping with his wife and two boys. When relaxing at home he is clobbered by his boys, and of course his fur kids, which include 3 cats and 2 dogs.