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Adverse Food Reactions - Description, Diagnosis, and Dietary Management

CE Event Information

  • Description:
    Part I of a two part discussion on adverse food reactions and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).  In this segment discussion includes:
    - Types of adverse food reactions
    - Pathogenesis of inflammatory bowel disease and chronic enteropathies
    - Clinical signs and diagnosing adverse food reaction in dogs and cats
    - Treatment and management strategies for chronic enteropathies and IBD
    - Food allergens
    - Dietary strategies and nutritional therapy for IBD
    - Diet types and considerations: hydrolysates, commercial, homemade, raw

    Running time: 38 mins

    Free registration for new Members, Premium members and Evidence Based Update subscribers http://vetvine.com/article/181/evidence-based-update-subscriptions).  Regular Member Fee: $ 36
  • Sponsor: VetVine Specialty Consulting Service
  • Presenter(s): Joe Bartges, DVM, PhD, DACVIM, DACVN
  • Fee (Basic Membership): $36


Featured Publications


The following journal articles or textbook chapters have been selected as Supplements to this event. You can elect to purchase them as part of a discounted seminar package fee.
Prepaid CE Subscribers will be assessed a supplement fee for articles purchased.

  • Nutritional Management of Gastrointestinal Disease

    Canine and Feline Nutrition (Third Edition), 2011, Chapter 35, Pages 455-478. Authors: Linda P. Case, Leighann Daristotle, Michael G. Hayek,...  more
  • Unconventional Diets for Dogs and Cats

    Veterinary Clinics of North America, 2006, Vol 36, pp 1269-1281. Author: KE Michel. Fee: $7.95; Login to Purchase and Download
  • Adverse Food Reactions in Dogs and Cats

    Vet Clinics of North America: Small Animal Practice, Vol 41(2), March 2011, pp 361-379. Authors: Frédéric P. Gaschen, Sandra R. Merchant. Me...  more

- There is a growing demand for the use of integrative medicine in veterinary medicine.
- Evidence-based research using integrative medicine in veterinary patients with lower urinary tract diseases is scarce.
- Translational research with animal models of human lower urinary tract disease (LUTD) is an opportunity to expand our knowledge of etiopathogenesis and identifying complementary treatments.
- Translational evidence-based research is needed to accelerate the use of integrative health care in both human and veterinary medicine where there is a concern for antimicrobial resistance.


Urinary Tract Infections

- Cranberry (Vaccinium Macrocarpon)

- Mannose

- Probiotics

- Acupuncture



Urolithiasis

- D,L-Methionine

- Probiotics

- N-3 Fatty Acids in Urolithiasis and Urinary Tract Tumors


HERBS AND LOWER URINARY TRACT DISEASES

- Herbs and Urolithiasis

References

IBD:
Current Therapeutic Strategy
Drugs Commonly Used in the Treatment of Feline Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Cobalamin
Probiotics
Feline Conditions That Can Be Considered for Probiotic Supplementation
Stem Cells
Considerations Regarding Stem Cell Therapy in Cats



This package includes 2 publications: 1) Complementary and Alternative Medicine Therapies for Inflammatory Bowel Disease - August's Consulta...  more