6 Dec 2021

Feline Myocardial Disease and The Fainting Patient


Feline Myocardial Disease and The Fainting Patient


Key learning objectives Day One:

  • Understand complexity and limits of feline cardiomyopathy (CM) classification
  • Pathophysiology of feline CM
  • Become familiar with clinical and echocardiographic diagnosis of feline CM
  • Clinical management of feline CM
  • Understand pathophysiology and management of feline tachycardiomyopathy

Key learning objectives Day Two:

  • Differentiate syncope from seizures and falling
  • Understand and manage episodic falling and exercise intolerance
  • Successfully investigate syncopal patients
  • Become familiar with available diagnostic techniques for syncope
  • Available therapies for syncope
  • Pathophysiology and management of systemic hypertension
  • Pathophysiology and management of pulmonary hypertension
  • Pathophysiology and management arterial thromboembolism
  • Cardiovascular manifestations of thyroid dysfunctions
  • Cardiovascular manifestations of diabetes and hyperadrenocorticism

Available Dates

Future dates for this course are being developed. If you would like to know when this course becomes available, please fill click below to register your interest.


Improve International was established in 1998 by a group of veterinary surgeons from across the UK. We run Continuous Professional Development training for veterinary professionals to help develop the skills and knowledge required in practice. Our programmes utilise a combination of review lectures, case-based discussion and, where applicable, hands-on practical sessions. We are an international organisation with offices in the UK and Portugal.

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