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Updates on the Staging & Management of Mitral Valve Disease in Dogs (New Date Pending)

CVP partners with Dr. Brian Scansen, DVM, MS, DACVIM, and Boehringer Ingelheim to discuss the progression and management of canine mitral valve disease.

Mitral Valve Disease In Dogs_CE Credit (7)

Mitral valve disease (MVD) is a common heart condition that impacts dogs as they age. This presentation aims to provide an in-depth exploration of mitral valve disease in canine patients and the newest therapy trends.

Dr. Brian will discuss:

  • The progression of mitral valve disease in dogs, from the dog at-risk to symptomatic heart failure
  • An algorithmic approach to the diagnosis and clinical management of mitral valve disease, without relying on echocardiography
  • Practical clinical approaches to the management of canine mitral valve disease based on current science
  • The newest trends in mitral valve disease therapy

Join our exclusive webinar where we’ll dive into the world of mitral valve disease and the latest insights and findings.

Date: To Be Determined
Time: To Be Determined
CE: This course is RACE-Approved for 1 CE Credit Hour 


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Dr. Brian Scansen is currently a professor and service head of the Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery Section at Colorado State University. Dr. Scansen has published more than 250 original journal articles, book chapters, proceedings, and scientific abstracts related to cardiac disease in animals.

He serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Veterinary Cardiology and is a founding member of the Veterinary Interventional Radiology & Interventional Endoscopy Society. He lectures internationally on topics relevant to heart disease in animals. His clinical and research interests include congenital heart disease, advanced cardiac imaging with a particular emphasis on cardiac computed tomography, and minimally invasive therapeutics for the heart and vasculature.

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