No-nonsense blood film evaluation for small animal veterinarians: What do I look for? When should I send for pathologist review? This live event includes a 30-minute presentation and a 15-minute Q&A discussion.
*Note* We will not discuss how to create a blood film. Check out “Preparing Pathology Slides: Blood Film” on the IDEXX Learning Center for tips on creating diagnostic quality blood smears in your clinic.
– Identify common red blood cell abnormalities on a blood cytology
– Identify toxic change in neutrophils on a blood cytology
– Identify platelet clumps and estimate platelet number on a blood cytology
Josefin Linder, Leg Vet completed her Veterinary degree at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences in Uppsala, Sweden in 2015. Following graduation, she worked as a small animal clinical veterinarian until joining IDEXX as a Field Support Representative a couple of years later. She currently works as a Practice Development Consultant and Medical Project Lead for IDEXX Nordics. Josefin has extensive experience in practical medical education and training both veterinarians and vet nurses.