Corneal infections can often be resolved by treatment with appropriate antibiotics. Effective antibiotics are chosen based upon clinical signs, bacterial culture, ocular cytology, and frequent patient re-evaluation. Corneal infections require attentive monitoring and may require alterations in antibiotic and other drug regimens. Serious infections that fail to resolve medically may require surgery by a veterinary ophthalmologist.
Noelle La Croix
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Recorded at the NAVC Conference 2013.
This module contains a video recording of the lecture and a range of self-assessment questions leading to a printable certificate.