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The Use of Bacterial Cultures in Veterinary Medicine

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Bacterial cultures are regularly used in the treatment of conditions such as pneumonia, sepsis, gall bladder disease, and complex wounds. When collected and evaluated properly, cultures can provide life-saving (and low cost) options for your patients. Join Critical Care Specialist Hannah Marshall, DVM, DACVECC, in this one hour lecture about the collection, interpretation, and use of bacterial cultures in emergency veterinary medicine.

This talk is specifically RACE-approved for 1 DVM or Technician CE credit.

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