The Hypoglycaemic Patient in Practice by Dr. Phil Brain
2nd March, 2016

SASH Food For Thought

“The hypoglycemic patient in practice-
when a “spoonful of sugar won’t help the medicine go down”

Hypoglycaemia is an important metabolic abnormality that is commonly seen in practice. Whilst this can be often relatively easy to treat, this abnormality can be caused by many differing diseases and this interesting session will enable practitioners to walk the diagnostic maze in a systematic way in order to achieve a definitive diagnosis as often as possible.

This dynamic presentation will be largely case based and will walk practitioners through the common causes of hypoglycaemia in small animals using real examples of cases seen at SASH in the last 12 months.  Through this engaging process you will gain an understanding of the many causes of hypoglycaemia and how to manage these often frustrating cases in your practice.

Presented by

Dr Phil Brain BVSc FANZCVS (small animal medicine) FAVA

Sponsored by



Wednesday 2nd March, 2016

for canapés & beverages at 7pm for 8pm start


Atlantis Seafood Restaurant, Quest Hotel Conference Room. Ample parking available

58-62 Delhi Road (across the road from SASH), North Ryde


Please call early to book your seat on 9889 0289 and earn Continuing Education points.