Ethos Discovery Science Summit On-Demand
This lecture has been RACE Approved for 4 CE hours for veterinarians and veterinary technicians.
The success and innovation of the Ethos Discovery science portfolio results from a unique priority on understanding unmet needs that are surfaced through discussions with veterinary clinicians. These discussions begin with the seemingly simple question, what do you need to improve the care of your patients? The responses gathered are then boiled down into scientific questions that stem collaborations aimed at improving care of our patients. The resulting Ethos Discovery scientific portfolio is recognized to be the most innovative in the field. The maturation of this scientific portfolio is now sufficient to be shared and used to re-invigorate discussions with clinicians, so as to amplify the start of new cycles of innovation. Topics discussed in this summit include Early clinical phenotype of pug dog encephalitis. French Bulldogs and Intervertebral Disc-Associated Epidural Hemorrhage. New optimistic perspectives to share with clients on hemoabdomen in dogs. Towards the unmet needs for cats with urinary obstruction. Tackling sepsis with transcriptomics. TPLO quality improvement study. Minimally Invasive Metastasectomy in Canines (MIMIC Study) Towards curative outcomes in hemangiosarcoma. The biology of progression and hemorrhage in hemangiosarcoma. Establishment of tolerability and pharmacokinetic parameters for Ethos-PUSH anticancer agents in cancer-bearing dogs. Probiotic trial for enteropathy. Towards a blood test for causal intestinal dysbiosis. Intestinal dysbiosis and cancer metastasis.