BVA and BEVA equine films from London Vet Show 2016
Posted on April 18, 2017 by James Mullarkey
As a follow on from the
BVA Congress and
careers stream recordings I previously posted I've now added the full set of recordings from the
BVA and BEVA equine stream at London Vet Show 2016.
BVA worked in partnership with the British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) to put together a two day programme of equine CPD.
You can now buy the full set of 12 recordings for all the
BVA / BEVA equine stream recordings from vets.tv
- that's over 12 hours of veterinary CPD for the tiny sum of £8.40.
Go to any of the individual session pages and click on the purple 'Pay to view' button to buy them all. Below you can see the full list of all 12.
Strangles - panic in the yard
This lecture will cover the diagnosis of the acute strangles case. The biosecurity and key communication principles will be covered from a very practical view point.
View 'Strangles - panic in the yard' webinar
Making de-worming horses worth the effort
This session is a review of where we stand with anthelmintic resistance in the UK and what needs to be done to prevent increasing levels of resistance and endoparasite-related disease in the future.
View 'Making de-worming horses worth the effort' webinar
Diagnosing and managing chronic horse foot pain
This talk will cover the diagnostic approach to the investigation of horse’s with chronic foot problems and will include how to critically appraise horses’ foot conformation, the interpretation of diagnostic analgesia techniques and the role of radiography and other imaging techniques, including magnetic resonance imaging, in the diagnosis of foot lameness.
View 'Diagnosing and managing chronic horse foot pain' webinar
Equine obesity - looking at the difficult obesity case
Obesity has become a leading welfare concern for horses in affluent societies and is a cause of significant co-morbidities, such as laminitis, resulting from insulin resistance.
View 'Equine obesity - looking at the difficult obesity case' webinar
Blinking sore…the painful equine eye
Ophthalmic discomfort is a common presentation in equine patients. An owner’s perception of what symptoms represent discomfort and how significant these signs are often differ from those of a clinician leading, on occasions, to an underestimation of the significance of eye pathology.
View 'Blinking sore...the painful equine eye' webinar
Equine wound healing
This session will cover dressing selection and how to best match your product to the wound being faced.
View 'Equine wound healing' webinar
Laminitis - approach to the chronic or recurrent case
A significant proportion of laminitis cases become chronic or recurrent, these are challenging to manage and cause stress and anxiety for owners, horses and clinicians.
View 'Laminitis - approach to the chronic or recurrent case' webinar
Sarcoids, and other lumps and bumps
The most basic principle behind the investigation of an affected case is to try to establish the diagnosis – many of the conditions look very similar but their therapeutic requirements are very different.
View 'Sarcoids, and other lumps and bumps' webinar
A guide for best practice in equine euthanasia
This presentation will highlight some of the common complications, misconceptions and misunderstandings, which may occur around this disturbing time and will aim to help you and your clients avoid them.
View 'A guide for best practice in equine euthanasia' webinar
Critical challenges for dealing with a collapsed horse
This talk provides delegates with a good framework for examining, managing and treating such cases effectively and safely.
View 'Critical challenges for dealing with a collapsed horse' webinar
How and why donkeys are different - common conditions of donkeys and how to approach them
This session aimed at the mixed/equine practitioner and will cover the common clinical presentations of the donkey.
View ' How and why donkeys are different' webinar
Exotic diseases in horses - which ones are notifiable?
The equine industry is uniquely mobile with the result there is only a few degrees of separation between horses in the UK and abroad. This applies irrespective of what horses are used for, how much they travel or where they are kept.
View 'Exotic diseases in horses' webinar
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