Lilies and NSAIDs and antifreeze, oh my! Do you know how to treat a patient with a nephrotoxic exposure? Dr. Carlino does. Join the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center in this webinar to answer questions about compounds that cause renal toxicity. Dr. Carlino will include information such as why high levels of Vitamin D causes kidney damage and how to prevent renal toxicity with grapes. You won't want to miss this!
Dr. Carlino will discuss common renal toxicants such as NSAIDs, cholecalciferol, ethylene glycol, lilies, grapes and raisins.
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DVM, Consulting Veterinarian in Clinical Toxicology
Dr. Michelle Carlino grew up in the northwest suburbs of Chicago. She attended undergrad at the University of Iowa, went to vet school at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine and she completed her clinicals at UW Madison. Before going to vet school, Dr. Carlino held pretty much every job you can have at a vet clinic. Before joining the ASPCA Poison Control Center in 2016, Dr. Carlino worked in general practice and then for an at home hospice and euthanasia practice. After having a dog with congenital kidney disease, Dr. Carlino developed a special interest in the kidneys. When not at work, Dr. Carlino enjoys spending time with her family and boyfriend as well as her 2 dogs and 4 cats.