With the general increase in pet’s life expectancy, chronic renal disease is a very frequently diagnosed problem in first-opinion practice. This lecture will assist first-opinion vets by addressing the ‘next steps’ beyond blood test diagnosis – this will include looking at the ‘IRIS staging system’, with emphasis on what to anticipate in each stage and what...

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Aims: To explain the practical approach to examination and how to base a treatment on the examination and history of the patient Outcomes: By the end of this module participants should be able to: Understand that treatment plans cannot be started without examination of the patient Explain the confounding factors in assessment of pain problems Understand how acupuncture can be applied to...

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The first module of this course covers the legal and ethical approach to using fish in research. Animal handling, recognizing health and well-being, Schedule 1, and health and safety are covered in the second module. Anaesthesia and analgesia, fish diseases and biology, the application of scientific procedures and husbandry complete the third module, and delegates may complete the assessment at...

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Outcomes: By the end of this module participants should be able to: Understand that treatment plans cannot be started without examination of the patient Explain the confounding factors in assessment of pain problems Understand how acupuncture can be applied to patients with central sensitization Explain the limitations of acupuncture with anxious/aroused animals Appreciate the current research...

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