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. A frank and open discussion of the commercial aspects of veterinary involvement in the anthelmintic and worm egg count markets and some suggestions on how we as a profession can be encouraging best practice whilst seeing a return for our time and effort.
- Awareness of current levels of anthelmintic resistance in the UK
- Understanding how targeted worming protocols can be implemented
- Appreciating that involvement in endoparasite control brings financial and other benefits to veterinary practices
Speaker: David Rendle, International Medicine Specialist - Rainbow Equine Hospital
Running time: 45 minutes.
This session is part of the BVA / BEVA equine stream at London Vet Show 2016.
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).