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Dyspnea in cats: is it of respiratory or cardiac origin? Historic and clinical evaluation, stabilization, diagnostic tests, emergency treatments?

Hello everybody! 

In this conference you will learn more about dyspnea in cats. Alongside a charming French accent, Dr Liz-Valérie Guieu will discuss about stabilization of those patients, how to get a good and quick history from the owner, how to assess clinically dyspneic cats, which diagnostic tests can be performed and finally which treatments can be implemented on emergency. 


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Liz-Valérie Guieu

Dr. Liz Guieu obtained her veterinary degree from the University of Liège (Belgium) in 2008. Afterwards, she completed a rotating internship followed by an Emergency and Critical Care fellowship at the Vet School of Maisons-Alfort (Paris, France). She then completed her residency at the University of Guelph (Ontario, Canada), and is now a diplomate of the American College of Emergency and Critical Care (ACVECC), 2016. She has recently returned to the University of Liège (Belgium) to lead the ICU team. Her primary interests include mechanical ventilation, sepsis, patient care and developing a strong nursing team. 

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