New Applied sciences And Breakthroughs In Veterinary Medication Take Middle Stage At VMX 2021

“It was a great conference! People are happy to be back, meet and learn together. You can see the smiles under their masks!”

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“At a time when people were separated from family and friends last year, pets were great company and comfort. As the adoption of cats, dogs and exotic animals such as birds and reptiles reached record levels, the need for veterinary care has also increased, “said Gene O’Neill, NAVC managing director. “At VMX, veterinarians learn the latest diagnostic and treatment methods so that they can provide the best possible care for animals of all kinds.

“It was a great conference! People like to be back, meet and learn together. You can see the smiles under their masks! And those who participated virtually were able to interact with colleagues and from the world’s most renowned experts in veterinary medicine, “added O’Neill.

VMX is the world’s largest and most comprehensive veterinary conference and exhibition, where veterinary professionals learn about the latest advances in veterinary medicine every year. Click the link for the VMX 2021 Highlights B-Roll:

Help dogs age better, mentally and physically. Up to 50% of dogs injure both knees, but not all of them require surgery. As part of her presentation on how to help dogs stay agile and active as they age, Dr. Clara Goha conducted a live orthopedic exam to help veterinarians assess dogs and decide when they might need surgery or alternative treatments. DR. Valarie Tynes about the signs of dog dementia and new ways to slow its progression. She also talked about separation anxiety and how to deal with it when people go back to work.

Reversing diabetes in cats. DR. Audrey Cook presents breakthrough options in the treatment and management of feline diabetes. These advances can put an end to daily insulin injections and reduce the stress and demands placed on pet parents caring for diabetic cats.

New technologies and processes save aquatic animals. Aquatic and zoo veterinarians shared their knowledge from everyday experiences, be it an emergency operation on a penguin or a unique brain operation on a marine mammal, a northern fur seal. DR. Jen flower and dr. Three Clarke shared new technology, including portable ultrasound machines the size of an iPad to examine aquatic animals, and new diagnostic tools that examine tiny nerve vessels never seen before.

VMX 2021 comprised more than 600 training sessions and hands-on workshops at the live event in Orlando and over 300 virtual and on-demand sessions that will be available across September 3, 2021. The participants were able to visit the award-winning VMX Expo Hall at Orange County Convention Center and virtually through an appealing interactive 3D experience.

Event photos, speaker biographies and more information can be found in the VMX Virtual Press Center.

About the NAVC

The North American Veterinary Community (NAVC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting and advancing veterinarians worldwide. As the world’s leading provider of veterinary education, NAVC provides essential training, tools, and resources for veterinarians to keep pace with advances in veterinary medicine and provide the best medical care to animals everywhere. Through its commitment to innovation and excellence, NAVC has developed a diverse portfolio of products and services including: educational events led by VMX, the world’s largest and most comprehensive educational conference and launchpad for new products and innovations in the veterinary industry; a robust digital platform for virtual learning and engagement; the largest and most award-winning portfolio of specialist publications in the veterinary industry; and an advocacy group that unites the veterinary community and animal lovers. NAVC was founded in 1982 and is based in Orlando, Florida. Since 2017, the NAVC has been recognized as one of the top workplaces by the Orlando Sentinel every year. To learn more about NAVC’s products and brands, visit To see our schedule of upcoming events, visit

SOURCE North American Veterinary Community

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