Speaker Bio – Dr. Corrine Goldman, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM)

Dr. Goldman, Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine, is a Maryland native, and grew up in the suburbs of Washington, D.C. She earned her BS degree and DVM from Virginia Tech and remains an avid fan. She completed an internship at Carolina Veterinary Specialists, followed by an internal medicine residency and Masters Degree in Veterinary Science at Purdue University. During her residency, Dr. Goldman developed an interest in nephrology and minimally invasive urology, and pioneered non-surgical alternatives for management of lower urinary tract disorders as an associate internist at South Carolina Veterinary Specialists and Emergency Care in Columbia, SC 2008-2021.

Dr. Goldman joined Oncura Veterinary Partners in November 2021 and is currently providing small animal internal medicine telemedicine consulting throughout North America. She is a member of the Veterinary Interventional Radiology and Interventional Endoscopy Society, Past Chair of the SAIM Residency Training Program Committee for ACVIM, and is a past-president of the Greater Columbia Association of Veterinarians. She lectures on the local, state, and national levels and has published articles in veterinary gastroenterology and urology and is co-author of a chapter in the textbook Nephrology and Urology of Small Animals. After Hours: Corinne enjoys golf and traveling abroad, hiking in the upstate and the Blue Ridge, exploring local art galleries, and weekends on Seabrook Island, SC.

Image from Lisciandro SC and Young SP and their chapter on Point-of-care Ultrasound of the Urinary Tract and Rodrigues D and Lisciandro GR and their chapter on Global FAST® Differences in Cats and our 2nd edition of  Point-of-care Ultrasound Techniques for the Small Animal Practitioner, Wiley ®2021.

Webinar Series and Titles

1) *February 15th – “Managing Chronic Kidney Disease in Canines and Felines: Pitfalls and Updated Standards of Practice”

2) *March 9th – “Urolithiasis in Chronic Kidney Disease: Stone Management and Prevention”

3) *March 30th – “Before the Azotemia: Recognition of Acute Kidney Injury in Critically Ill Patients”

*Currently, not RACE-approved Continuing Education. 

 

More Information on Renal and Ultrasound Webinar Series

Webinar 01 Title:  “Managing Chronic Kidney Disease in Canines and Felines: Pitfalls and Updated Standards of Practice”

This webinar focuses on updated concepts of chronic renal disease (CKD) in dogs and cats. We will review the pathophysiology of chronic kidney disease and discuss the most common populations of animals that are at risk. A series of cases will be presented with a focus on clinicopathologic findings and diagnostic imaging (ultrasound) to provide an opportunity to identify and stage patients with both emerging and progressive CKD. Principles of dietary management as well as identifying and treating hypertension, proteinuria, anemia, and electrolyte derangement will also be discussed.

 

Learning Objectives:

1)    Identify patients at risk for developing chronic kidney disease based on medical history, metabolic trends on lab work, diagnostic imaging findings

2)   Maximize efficiency of diagnostic imaging and advanced testing to stage renal dysfunction

3)   Recognize risk factors which may accelerate renal damage

4)   Managing anemia, hypokalemia, hypertension, proteinuria

 

Webinar 02 Title:  “Urolithiasis in Chronic Kidney Disease: Stone Management and Prevention”

This webinar focuses on updated concepts of urolithiasis management in dogs and cats. We will review the 2016 ACVIM consensus on the treatment and prevention of uroliths in dogs and cats. Principles of dietary management and therapeutic targets for stone dissolution and/or decreased rate of recurrence will be discussed with a particular focus on patients with concurrent renal disease. Diagnostic-imaging techniques for identifying problematic uroliths in the urinary tract will be presented. The role of lithotripsy, stents, and subcutaneous ureteral bypass in patients with obstructive urolithiasis will be explored.

 

Learning Objectives:

1)   Critically assess the urolith analysis

2)   Understand diet/therapeutics to target urolith dissolution and/or decrease rate of stone recurrence

3)   Identify patients with urolith obstruction via in-house diagnostic imaging

4)   Understand the basics of lithotripsy, stents and subcutaneous ureteral bypass

5)    Recognize fundamental ultrasound findings and concepts

 

Webinar 03 Title: “Before the Azotemia: Recognition of Acute Kidney Injury in Critically Ill Patients”

This webinar focuses on updated concepts of acute kidney injury (AKI) in dogs and cats. We will review the pathophysiology of acute kidney injury and discuss the most common etiologies of damage. A series of cases will be presented with a focus on clinicopathologic findings and diagnostic imaging (ultrasound) to provide an opportunity to identify and stage patients with both emerging and progressive AKI. Principles of fluid therapy, identifying and correcting acid-base balance and electrolyte derangement, conversion of anuria/oliguria, and the role of hemodialysis/renal replacement therapy will also be discussed.

 

Learning Objectives:

1)   Identify patients at risk for developing acute kidney injury based on clinical history

2)   Recognize patterns and trends in lab work that indicate emerging renal dysfunction

3)   Adjust therapeutic plans based on patient’s potential for acute kidney injury

4)   Recognize fundamental ultrasound findings and concepts

Find more imaging information in the chapter Point-of-care Ultrasound of the Urinary Tract in our 2nd edition of  Point-of-care Ultrasound Techniques for the Small Animal Practitioner, Wiley ®2021.  Purchase at Amazon.com by clicking here.

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