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.
In this course you will explore the diagnosis, pathology and epidemiology of the newest diseases of wildlife from around the globe while learning what defines a disease as emerging and the mechanisms by which this happens.
Echocardiography has become more complex (and affordable), new blood tests have appeared, and new drugs have become available. As a result, keeping up with the advances in feline cardiology is challenging.
It will cover optimal collection and processing techniques for useful tests, together with an outline of test indications. Important principles for interpreting samples will be detailed, and a wide range of cytology images provided as a valuable clinical resource.
This course is ideal for vets who want to brush up on their knowledge of analgesics and be updated on the latest techniques available for managing acute and chronic pain in small animals. It aims to develop your knowledge and clinical decision making by providing an update and review of drug efficacy and administration techniques, as well as taking an evidence based approach to the use of ‘off-label’ opioids.
In this course you will review and update your knowledge of avian anatomy, physiology and husbandry; handling and examination techniques; the collection of diagnostic samples; emergency procedures and housing; interpreting avian biochemistry and making the most of other in-house pathology; special requirements of avian radiography and common problems and syndromes.