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Purrplexed: Decoding FIP Part 2 featuring Dr. Sarah Jones DVM

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Don’t miss out on Part 2 of our series on Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP) with Dr. Sarah Jones.

In this episode, we explore symptoms that signal when treatment adjustments or veterinary help may be needed. Caregivers will gain valuable insights into monitoring their cat’s progress during FIP treatment. Administering FIP treatment can be stressful for both the cat and caregiver but we offer effective strategies to minimize stress for everyone involved.

Tune in for practical tips and expert advice to confidently navigate the complexities of FIP treatment.

Sarah E. Jones, DVM, is a Veterinary Internal Medicine Resident at MedVet Columbus.

Dr. Jones attended The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine where she earned a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree. Following earning her veterinary degree, she completed a rotating medicine and surgery internship at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine and a specialty internship in internal medicine at The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine.

Dr. Sarah Jones has authored and co-authored publications on chronic kidney disease in cats, the treatment of feline infectious peritonitis, and the pharmacokinetics of single-dose gabapentin for stress relief in normal cats.

Dr. Jones enjoys all aspects of veterinary internal medicine but is particularly interested in feline medicine, kidney disease, infectious disease, and nutrition. Her favorite parts of practicing veterinary medicine are finding holistic approaches to patient treatment, helping patients achieve a better quality of life, and partnering with owners to help navigate various aspects of chronic disease in their pets. Dr. Jones always wanted to be a veterinary internist and enjoys research, presenting at conferences, and listening to owners to help patients with complex medical conditions.

Show Resources:
Article: Unlicensed GS-441524-Like Antiviral Therapy Can Be Effective for at-Home Treatment of Feline Infectious Peritonitis
Article: Clinical Follow-Up and Postmortem Findings in a Cat That Was Cured of Feline Infectious Peritonitis with an Oral Antiviral Drug Containing GS-441524
Article: Mysterious New Stone Type In Cats
Article: Summary of GS-441524 treatment for FIP by Dr Niels C. Pedersen
Article: Outcomes of treatment of cats with feline infectious peritonitis using parenterally administered remedies
Article: The nucleoside analog GS-441524 strongly inhibits (F

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