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Critical challenges for dealing with a collapsed horse

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Collapsed, recumbent horses are a significant clinical challenge in equine practice. It is always difficult to perform a full clinical examination and there are additional problems with prolonged recumbency. On top of the clinical challenges, there is the very real safety risk to vets and owners, who are often very distressed.

This talk provides delegates with a good framework for examining, managing and treating such cases effectively and safely.

Learning outcomes

  • Clinically significant donkey specific differences from hors
  • Dealing with commonly encountered scenarios- foaling, castration, hyperlipaemia, dentistry and foot car
  • Tips and hints to getting the best out of your donkey consultations and clients


Malcolm Morley,Director, Stable Close Veterinary Practice

Running time: 49 minutes
Part of the BVA /BEVA equine stream at London Vet Show 2016.

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London Vet Show

London Vet Show is a national two day conference and exhibition which offers world-class clinical and business content to veterinary professionals. The show has nearly 400 exhibitors and six clinical streams of world-class Continuing Professional Development (CPD).