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A free online class brought to you by Bioguard

Join us for an amazing event, sponsored by Bioguard Corporation and presented by the renowned Dr. Rick Jun-Yue Wong, where you'll discover how to effortlessly diagnose and cure severe canine babesiosis.


Access to the on-demand recording is FREE

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Canine babesiosis, caused by Babesia gibsoni, is one of the most common and devastating tick-borne diseases in dogs, particularly in Asia. The tropical marine climate in Taiwan provides an ideal environment for tick infestation, making it a significant problem for dogs in that region. Despite being a prevalent disease, there is no known cure for all animals diagnosed with babesiosis. Moreover, most of the treatment drugs are not approved for use by the Taiwanese government, making it a challenge for veterinarians to treat dogs infected with B. gibsoni. However, in this lecture, we will introduce a safe and effective treatment regimen consisting of Clindamycin, Doxycycline, and Metronidazole, along with an in-house PCR diagnostic tool to easily diagnose Canine Babesiosis.


Dr. Rick Jun-Yue Wong is a highly skilled veterinarian with over 24 years of experience in the field. He earned his D.V.M. degree from National Taiwan University and his M.S. in Veterinary Medicine from National Chung Hsing University. Dr. Wong's specialty and interests include cardiovascular medicine, internal medicine, tick-borne diseases, and image diagnosis. He founded Cambridge Animal Hospital in Taipei City in 2002, where he continues to offer excellent care to animals and training programs for young veterinarians. Dr. Wong has received several awards for his significant contributions to veterinary science, including the Clinical Veterinary Elite Award in 2017 in Taiwan and the Exceptional Merit in Veterinary Award at the 2016 East and West Small Animal Veterinary Conference in China. Additionally, he serves as an adjunct professor in the Department of Post-Baccalaureate Veterinary Medicine at Asia University, mentoring emerging veterinary professionals.

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May 22

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8 PM – 9 PM


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Feline Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) & Blood Screening:

Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is a common condition diagnosed in older cats, with the incidence rate ranging from 31% to 50%. Fortunately, new testing options are now available to diagnose and intervene earlier in the disease process. However, to ensure timely and appropriate intervention, a combination of screening and confirmatory procedures are necessary for a CKD diagnosis.

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An annual blood screen is recommended, which includes a complete blood count and chemistry profile with electrolytes. The complete blood count helps detect anemia, which is commonly mild and nonregenerative with CKD. Once overt signs of CKD are present, varying degrees of hyperphosphatemia and azotemia (increased blood urea nitrogen [BUN] and creatinine) will be detected.


Symmetric dimethylarginine (SDMA) is another means of measuring renal function in cats like serum creatinine concentrations and glomerular filtration rate. Serum SDMA concentrations are inversely proportional to glomerular filtration rate, and may move out of the reference range before serum creatinine concentrations are increased. Thus, measuring SDMA may allow earlier detection of renal disease.

Although SDMA testing can be a complementary tool for CKD diagnosis, a single abnormal result does not confirm CKD, and it should not be substituted for urinalysis and other diagnostic procedures. SDMA levels can fluctuate from day to day, and can be affected by factors such as hydration, diet, toxin ingestion, or medication use. Therefore, it's important to view SDMA findings within the context of the entire clinical picture. In case the SDMA concentration is the only finding suggestive of CKD, it's recommended to re-test within 1 to 3 months to confirm repeatability.

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