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The 35th Annual George H. Muller & Peter J. Ihrke Veterinary Dermatology Seminar

+ A Short Course on Infectious Diseases

October 26 – 30, 2019

The Waldorf Astoria Grand Wailea Resort, Maui, Hawaii

There will not be a Business Program at the 2019 Seminars— enjoy the beach, instead!

Saturday, October 26

7:45-7:55          Welcome, Introductions – Kwochka 

7:55-8:45          Pinnal Dermatoses – Reading the Splatter on the Walls! – Canfield

8:45-9:00          Exhibit Hall – Refreshment – Email – Phone Break

9:00-9:50          How to Insure Client Compliance in Chronic Recurrent Dermatologic Diseases – Boord

9:50-10:20        Exhibit Hall – Refreshment – Email – Phone Break

10:20-11:10      How I Treat Canine Atopic Dermatitis for Very Little $ or Lots of $$$$ – DeManuelle

11:10-11:25      Exhibit Hall – Refreshment – Email – Phone Break

11:25-12:15      E(eeek) coli: Dealing with Antibiotic Resistant Gram Negative Infections – Rankin

12:15-12:30      Industry Forum:  Mini-presentations by our Industry Partners – Klingborg

12:30-1:00        A Directed Panel Discussion on pinnal dermatoses, client compliance, atopic dermatitis and Gram negative infections  – All Speakers

Sunday, October 27 

7:55-8:45          What’s New?  Key Clinical Updates for General Practice from Recent Dermatology Meetings and Publications – Kwochka 

8:45-9:00          Exhibit Hall – Refreshment – Email – Phone Break

9:00-9:50          A Practical Guide to Cutaneous Masses – Boord

9:50-10:20        Exhibit Hall – Refreshment – Email – Phone Break

 10:20-11:10      Otic Examination and Flushing Techniques for General Practice I – Canfield

11:10-11:25      Exhibit Hall – Refreshment – Email – Phone Break

11:25-12:15      Otic Examination and Flushing Techniques for General Practice II – Canfield

12:15-12:30      Industry Forum:  Mini-presentations by our Industry Partners – Klingborg

12:30-1:00        A Directed Panel Discussion on clinical updates, cutaneous masses and otitis – All Speakers

Monday, October 28-- Free Day

Golf Tournament

Optional Excursions

Explore the Island on Your Own

Tuesday, October 29

7:55-8:45          Approach to Patients with Pedal Disease I  – Boord

8:45-9:00          Exhibit Hall – Refreshment – Email – Phone Break

9:00-9:50          Approach to Patients with Pedal Disease II  – Boord 

9:50-10:20        Exhibit Hall – Refreshment – Email – Phone Break

10:20-11:10      The Challenge of Food Allergy in Cats – What are the Options for Diagnosis and Management? – DeManuelle        

11:10-11:25      Exhibit Hall – Refreshment – Email – Phone Break

11:25-12:15      Flea and Tick Control in 2019 – So many New Products to Compare and Contrast – Canfield

12:15-12:30      Industry Forum:  Mini-presentations by our Industry Partners – Klingborg

12:30-1:00        A Directed Panel Discussion on pododermatitis, food allergy and flea and tick control – All Speakers

Wednesday, October 30

A Short Course on Infectious Diseases 

This Short Course is open to DERM and M-E-D Attendees

7:50-7:55          Welcome, Introductions – Kwochka

7:55-8:45          Dead Bugs Don’t Mutate: How to Select the Best Drug for Your Patient – Rankin

8:45-9:00          Exhibit Hall – Refreshment – Email – Phone Break

9:00-9:50          A New Culture: Clinical Microbiology at the Forefront of Emerging Diseases – Rankin

9:50-10:20        Exhibit Hall – Refreshment – Email – Phone Break

 10:20-11:10      Case Presentations:  How I Treat Resistant Staphylococcal Skin Infections for Clients on a Budget and Clients like Bill Gates – DeManuelle

11:10-11:25      Exhibit Hall – Refreshment – Email – Phone Break

 11:25-12:15      Enteropathogenic Bacteria in Dogs and Cats: What’s New in Diagnosis and Treatment – Rankin 

12:15-12:30      Industry Forum:  Mini-presentations by our Industry Partners – Klingborg

12:30-1:00        A Directed Panel Discussion on infectious diseases – All Speakers


The 20th Annual Veterinary M-E-D Seminar

(Medicine-Endocrinology-Infectious Disease)

+ A Short Course on Infectious Diseases

October 30 - November 1, 2019

The Waldorf Astoria Grand Wailea Resort, Maui, Hawaii

Wednesday, October 30

A Short Course on Infectious Diseases 

This Short Course is open to DERM and M-E-D Attendees

7:50-7:55          Welcome, Introductions – Kwochka

7:55-8:45          Dead Bugs Don’t Mutate: How to Select the Best Drug for Your Patient – Rankin

8:45-9:00          Exhibit Hall – Refreshment – Email – Phone Break

9:00-9:50          A New Culture: Clinical Microbiology at the Forefront of Emerging Diseases – Rankin

9:50-10:20        Exhibit Hall – Refreshment – Email – Phone Break

 10:20-11:10      Case Presentations:  How I Treat Resistant Staphylococcal Skin Infections for Clients on a Budget and Clients like Bill Gates – DeManuelle

11:10-11:25      Exhibit Hall – Refreshment – Email – Phone Break

 11:25-12:15      Enteropathogenic Bacteria in Dogs and Cats: What’s New in Diagnosis and Treatment – Rankin 

12:15-12:30      Industry Forum:  Mini-presentations by our Industry Partners – Klingborg

12:30-1:00        A Directed Panel Discussion on infectious diseases – All Speakers

Thursday, October 31

7:55-8:00         Welcome, Introductions – J Klingborg

8:00-8:50         Update on Diabetes  - Della-Maggiore

8:50-9:00        Refreshment – Email – Phone Break

9:00-9:50         Getting Nutrition into the Cat - Webb

9:50-10:10      Refreshment – Email – Phone Break

10:10-11:00   Feline Constipation: Breaking the logjam - C. WebbFeline Stomatitis: From Theory to Practice -T. Webb

11:00-11:10     Refreshment – Email – Phone Break

11:10-12:00     Canine & Feline Thyroid Disease - Della-Maggiore

12:00-12:30     A Directed Panel Discussion on GI & thyroid diseases – All Speakers

Friday, November 1  

8:00-8:50         Feline Triaditis: Academic Philosophy or Clinical Question - Webb

8:50-9:00          Refreshment – Email – Phone Break

9:00-9:50         The Adrenal Gland:  Cushing’s and Addison’s  —  Della-Maggiore

9:50-10:10       Refreshment – Email – Phone Break

10:10-11:00   Endocrine Disease in the Geriatric Patient - Della-Maggiore

11:00-11:10     Refreshment – Email – Phone Break

11:10-12:00     Canine Pancreatitis - Webb

12:00-12:30     A Directed Panel Discussion on endocrine diseases – All Speakers