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The negative physiological effects of poorly controlled pain are well documented and as veterinarians we recognise the importance of using effective pain relief strategies both with respect to disease management, patient care and well-being.... read more

It will take you from the basics of clinical neurology and an introduction to neuroanatomical localization, to developing a logical step-wise approach to the most common neurological presentations of companion animals. All this information... read more

Improvements in drugs and equipment have contributed to a high standard of quality and safety. In order to benefit their patients, veterinarians need to keep up-to-date with the latest advances so that they can implement them in their practices.... read more