Minnesota Association of Vetrinary Technicians

AERC Free CE Acute Lower Neuron Patient

The Acute Lower Motor Neuron Patient
Date: Thursday, October 26th at 12:30p.m.-1:30p.m or Thursday, October 26th at 7:00p.m.-8:00p.m.
Cost: Free
Animal Emergency & Referral Center of Minnesota
1163 Helmo Avenue North
Oakdale, MN 55128

This program has been
approved for one CE
credit by the Minnesota
Board of Veterinary
Medicine. Wisconsin also
accepts credits approved
by the Minnesota Board of
Veterinary Medicine.

In this informative talk, we will start by
distinguishing between the lower motor neuron
and upper motor neuron patient. Once
comfortable with the presentation of a lower
motor neuron patient, we will discuss the four
main differentials for acute lower motor neuron
disease, including myasthenia gravis, tick
paralysis, idiopathic polyradiculoneuritis, and

Please RSVP by 10/24/2017 to reserve your seat!
Please specify which time you plan to attend!
Email: marketing@aercmn.com
Phone: (651) 501-3759, ext. 114
Fax: (651) 501-3843
Please include your name and the name of your clinic, the
number of attendees, and the name/date of the event!

Missy Carpentier, DVM,
DACVIM (Neurology) is
our speaker, as well as
AERC’s neurologist and
neurosurgeon. She
completed her residency
training at both the
University of Missouri and
Veterinary Specialty
Dr. Carpentier has a High-
Field MRI that enables
highly accurate diagnoses of
neurological, spinal, and
musculoskeletal conditions.
She provides 24/7
neurosurgical services. In
addition, she performs
electrodiagnostics, spinal
fluid analysis, and CT when
Dr. Carpentier and her
husband own, train, and
manage approximately fifty
Alaskan Huskies who
compete in sled dog races
throughout the United States.