Fanconi Syndrome (1742)
Veterinary Technology |  Internal Medicine
Friday |  1:00 PM -  1:50 PM
Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center||211




Rachel Poulin RVT, VTS (SAIM)
Capital Veterinary Specialists

Rachel graduated from the Veterinary Technician Program at Columbus State Community College in 2007. She did her internships at The Ohio State University (GO BUCKS!) and became specialized in Internal Medicine in 2013. For seven years she worked at Coral Springs Animal Hospital, spending the last three years there as the Internal Medicine Supervisor. She recently relocated to Tallahassee, FL where she recently joined the team at Capital Veterinary Specialists in their Internal Medicine Department. <br>Rachel is passionate about education and loves to teach. She speaks nation wide on endocrinology, gastrointestinal disease and infectious disease. She believes that the way we raise up awareness and quality of this profession is to raise each other up and raise the standards of care and knowledge. In her free time Rachel enjoys reading and spending time with her husband and their two dogs, Joey and Emmy.

Presentation Info

CE Credit(s): 1.00
CE Level: 2


Fanconi Syndrome: This topic would discuss the clinical signs, diagnosis, treatment and possible prevention of Fanconi syndrome. The veterinary nurse can play a large role in patient treatment and client education. This lecture will disucss clinical signs, diagnostics, treatment and long term managment as well as stressing client support and education and nutrition.

Learning Objectives

1. Recognizing the signs of Fanconi Syndrome

2. Being able to offer client education

3. Understanding nuritional support and the key role it plays

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