What if this elevated Creatinine, Urea, and/or SDMA are not caused by renal disease at all? What clues can you find in your history, physical exam, biochemistry, haematology, and urine analysis to help you identify when elevated renal biomarkers are caused by a pre-renal or post-renal condition?
Join me for a quick live session to boost your detective skills when evaluating a patient with elevated renal biomarkers. This live event includes a 30-minute presentation and a 15-minute Q&A discussion.
By the end of this session, you will be able to:
– Understand clues to look for to identify common causes of prerenal azotemia
– Understand clues to look for to identify common causes of postrenal azotemia
– Think outside the kidney with a case example
Presented by: Hilarie Jerauld, DVM