Featured education opportunities


Webinars & courses for chemistry

Course: The IDEXX guide to chemistry

This multi-part course will help veterinary professionals better understand and interpret small-animal biochemistry results based on a systematic, orderly approach to laboratory profiling, allowing them to make quick and accurate diagnoses.

Module 1: An Introduction to laboratory profiling

Module 2: Electrolytes and acid-base profile

Module 3: Kidney profile

Module 4: Liver profile

Module 5: Exocrine pancreas/gastrointestinal tract profile

Module 6: Endocrine system profile

Webinar: C-reactive protein and other acute phase proteins in small animal practice. What is the evidence?

Watch our free of charge webinar on Acute Phase Proteins in Small Animal Canine Practice, presented by Dr. Lise Nikolic Nielsen. This webinar aims to discuss the pathophysiological origin of acute phase proteins and their attachment to other inflammatory markers. We’ll focus on the evidence from literature and clinical case studies where CRP, and other major acute phase proteins, have been proven (or not proven) of worth in dogs.

Duration: 60 min

Course: An introduction to canine C-reactive protein (CRP)

Discover Canine C-reactive protein (CRP) and learn how it can be used to identify and monitor systemic inflammation in dogs.

Duration: 15 min


Webinars & courses for haematology

Course: The IDEXX guide to haematology

This three-part course will help veterinary professionals gain the basic knowledge they need to understand and interpret small-animal haematology results, including using an automated haematology analyser and performing a confirmatory blood film.

Module 1: An introduction to hematology and the red blood cell

Module 2: The white blood cells

Module 3: Platelets and the blood film evaluation

Webinar: Reticulocyte count: Why they are more important than just classifying anemia 

Watch our free of charge webinar presented by Dr. Dennis DeNicola on the ways reticulocyte count is estimated. In this webinar, we will review how the absolute reticulocyte count measures bone marrow response to demand for red blood cells. The quantity and quality of the reticulocyte provides insight into relatively common diseases with or without anemia. Case material will be used as a foundation for discussion on why reticulocyte count.

Duration: 60 min

Course: Dot Plot case studies for the ProCyte Dx Haematology Analyser

The Dot Plot Case Book is an online training course for the ProCyte Dx Haematology Analyser. Included are cases that teach key dot plot patterns, each with important clinical implications.

Duration: 60 min
IDEXX Reticulocytes webinar

Webinar: I need reticulocytes, please! 

In this webinar, we will review the function of the reticulocyte count in the diagnosis and classification of anemia. While MCV, MCHC and RDW parameters are often used in the classification of anemia, we will discuss why the reticulocyte count is the only way to accurately classify anemia. We will review actual clinical cases and discuss how the reticulocyte count played an instrumental role in the final diagnosis.

Duration: 60 min


Webinars & courses for IDEXX SDMA

Webinar: Optimizing diagnosis of kidney disease in-house

Watch our free of charge webinar on Optimizing diagnosis of kidney disease in-house presented by Susan Randell. In this webinar you will learn about ways to assess kidney function in your patients, paying specific attention to the value of in-house diagnostic testing 

Duration: 60 min

Webinar: Improving the diagnosis and management of kidney disease in hyperthyroid cats

Watch our free of charge webinar on Improving the Diagnosis and Management of Kidney Disease in Hyperthyroid Cats presenter by Dr. Jennifer Ogeer. The clinical findings and diagnostic tools available to more reliably diagnose kidney disease in hyperthyroid cats will be reviewed. Treatment options and management goals for cats with concurrent chronic kidney disease (CKD) and hyperthyroidism will be emphasized.

Duration: 60 min

Webinar: Increased SDMA - What Now?

This webinar will review SDMA as a biomarker of GFR and the differentials that cause an increase in SDMA. Graham will address how SDMA can add value to your existing diagnostic workup for renal disease. Learn how to interpret a mildly increased SDMA, particularly when creatinine concentration is within normal limits. 

Duration: 60 min

Minimum DataBase

Webinars & courses for Minimum DataBase

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Webinar: The Minimum DataBase–What, why, when? 

Watch our free of charge webinar on the topic of integrated diagnostic patient assessment using the Minimum DataBase. This webinar presented by Dr. Dennis DeNicola provides an introductory discussion around the Minimum DataBase, highlighting how the objective insights brought by the Minimum DataBase complement veterinarians’ expertise and experience for a consistently accurate and confident diagnosis of symptomatic cats and dogs.

Duration: 60 min

Course: The Minimum DataBase: Exploring the complete blood count

Learn more about the complete blood count and why it is an integral part of our Minimum DataBase.

Duration: 15 min

Course: The Minimum DataBase: Exploring the complete urinalysis

Discover the three parts of the complete urinalysis and learn more about the value of conducting each part in the Minimum DataBase.

Duration: 25 min
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Webinar: Diagnostic approach to weight gain in dogs

Weight gain is a common presenting complaint for canine patients - a mild clinical sign that can relate to important underlying diseases. The diagnosis may not be straightforward. During this webinar, we discuss the correct diagnostic approach for weight gain in dogs, starting with the fundamental clinical assessment and interpretation of the Minimum DataBase.

Duration: 60 min