Kieran Borgeat
Kieran Borgeat’s “MVD: understand the heart of the problem” webinar is available on demand.
Nuala Summerfield
Nuala Summerfield’s “Meaningful murmers” webinar takes place on 27 June.

A two-part webinar series on mitral valve disease (MVD) is being hosted on the Boehringer Academy website.

The online webinars – which each count towards approximately 20 to 30 minutes of CPD – cover:

  • “MVD: understand the heart of the problem”
  • “Meaningful murmurs”

Specialist presenters

“MVD: understand the heart of the problem” is available on demand and presented by Kieran Borgeat – US, European and RCVS specialist in veterinary cardiology at Langford Vets, University of Bristol.

The webinar enables veterinary professionals to learn more about MVD, how it can be diagnosed and why the early detection of asymptomatic disease is crucial for optimising the outcome of MVD patients.

“Meaningful murmurs” will take place at 8pm on 27 June and will be presented by Nuala Summerfield – US, European and RCVS specialist in veterinary cardiology at New Priory Vets Brighton.

The webinar will help veterinary professionals to accurately detect and interpret heart murmurs in dogs.

Dr Summerfield will also explain how to localise the heart valves, grade and describe murmurs, and diagnose asymptomatic MVD.

“Meaningful murmurs” will also be available to view on demand.

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