SAA - Helpful or just random numbers?
Wednesday 2 December 2020 | 7:30pm
About the presentation
Dr Schliewert will cover the physiology behind SAA and compare it to other commonly used variables (wbc, fibrinogen). Then explain how it is used in a clinical setting (Literature review with reported values for common pathologies) and describe personal use (including a how to video on the assay) and experience.
About Dr Tine Schliewert
DVN, MSc, Dipl. ACVIM-LA, Dipl. ECEIM
Senior lecturer: Equine Internal Medicine at University of Pretoria FVS
Dr Tine Schliewert, originally from Germany, joined the Equine section in the Department in 2018. She teaches equine internal medicine to veterinary undergraduates, instructs on the veterinary nursing course and supervises post-graduate researchers. Dr. Schliewert has worked in referral and first opinion equine practice and has taught veterinary undergraduate students and supervised interns in Belgium, the USA and Germany. Dr. Schliewert is a European and American College recognised specialist in equine internal medicine. Her clinical interests include respiratory disease, sports medicine, gastroenterology, emergency and critical care, ophthalmology, and neonatal medicine. Dr. Schliewert currently has five publications in peer-reviewed journals.
Dr Tine Schliewert
Dr Tarryn Dent