At the end of this module, delegates should be able to: List and describe the diagnostic techniques used in investigation of urinary disease Understand the pathophysiology of acute and chronic renal failure, glomerular disease and proteinuria Describe the investigative approach to and therapeutic management of acute and chronic renal failure, glomerular disease and proteinuria  

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Application of a full session as well as targeting specific areas Additional specialized Equinology techniques for session application Superficial, middle and deep muscle location and isolation Over 80 point locations Veterinary vocabulary and terminology Benefits of bodywork Contraindications of bodywork Bony landmark/surface anatomy identification Stretches for the session Work ethics...

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Correct and competent bandaging is no longer a subject to be taken lightly. From covering simple wounds to immobilising limbs, the implications of poorly applied bandages are a litigation nightmare. We’ll ask difficult and challenging questions about bandaging practice and give you the most recently revised techniques to take back to practice. We’ll cover the gold standard of...

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The basic course covers the history of equine dentistry, tooth structure, periodontal ligament and alveolar bone relationship to teeth, biomechanical function of the equine hypsodont dentition, numbering systems, aging techniques, anatomy of the horse’s head and mouth, common dental pathologies and malocclusions, as well as basic equilibration techniques used to stop or slow progression...

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Course Master: Prof. Dr. Reto Neiger DECVIM-CA, DACVIM (DE) Co-lecturers: Dr. Philip Lhermette (UK) , Dr. Christiane Stengel DECVIM (DE) OVERVIEW: This 2015 course in theoretical and practical endoscopy is designed for clinicians with no or basic skills in rigid and flexible endoscopy. We cover instrument handling from how to set up the endoscope to maintenance and cleaning. Many tricks are...

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Toothfest 2015

Mar 5, 2015 - Mar 6, 2015

Are you: already enjoying equine dentistry, but want to update your knowledge and learn more? new to equine dentistry and want an overview of what it's all about and how to do it? very experienced and knowledgeable in equine dentistry, and want to hear the cutting edge new techniques and research from world leader in dentistry and surgery of the head? in mixed practice and would like to...

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This course provides practical and theoretical information and hands on experience with disease conditions of the ear. Medical and surgical aspects of the pinna and external and middle ear will be discussed. Topics covered include: relevant clinical anatomy, surgery of the pinna and lateral ear, diagnostic sampling, ear cleaning, and medical management of the most common underlying...

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Key Learning Objectives At the end of the course the delegates should: • Have an overview of the pathophysiology of pain • Recognise pain in different species • Have an understanding of pain scoring • Understand there are many analgesia options, including opioids, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agents, local anaesthesia and other agents (e.g. ketamine) and alpha 2 agonists...

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