What are the best strategies for localising that tricky lameness?

Date added: 14th July 2014 Challenging lameness cases in small animal orthopaedics often have us pulling our hair out! In the next Orthopaedic Club webinar, RCVS and ECVS Specialist in Small Animal Surgery Professor Eithne Comerford, will provide you with a logical approach to these cases, as well as tips and tricks to help localise…

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Can physiotherapy help this patient? Test your knowledge!

Date added: 3rd June 2014   This patient has recently (24hrs ago) ago undergone severe pelvic trauma and sustained fractures of the acetabulum and ilium.   Which stage of tissue repair is depicted by the photograph?   What characterises this stage of tissue healing?   List three techniques that you could potentially use to assist…

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What’s wrong with this cat’s heart?

Date added: 28th May 2014   What changes can you see on this still of a heart scan? What relevance do you think they may have? Have a good look then check the answer!     Click here for the answer!      

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Watch the recording of the new physiotherapy webinar!

Date added: 22nd May 2014 The free webinar ‘Physiotherapy in Practice’ took place yesterday. Don’t worry if you missed it though as the recording is now available. Find out: Top tips for incorporating physiotherapy into your practice What is physiotherapy anyway? The role physiotherapy can play in your veterinary practice Physiotherapy techniques for practice:- Manual…

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Would you like to incorporate physiotherapy into your practice?

Date added: 20th May 2014   Register now for this free 1 hour webinar and get essential practical tips for using physiotherapy in your practice! The webinar is suitable for both vet nurses and vets. Find out: What is physiotherapy anyway? The role physiotherapy can play in your veterinary practice Physiotherapy techniques for practice:- Manual…

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New free webinar now available!

Date added: 14th May 2014 The webinar ‘The Latest on Comparing Treatment Options for Canine Epilepsy’ took place last night and the recording is now available in case you missed it. In this free 1 hour webinar, Head of the Neurology/Neurosurgery Service at the Animal Health Trust, Luisa De Risio helps you to cut through…

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Good News! i-Pad/iPhone compatible recordings now available for ALL Clubs!

Date added: 12th May 2014 We listened to feedback from our members and as a result earlier this year, we began making all of the new Small Animal Practice Club, Exotics Club and Emergency & Critical Care Club recordings iPad/iPhone compatible. This has now been extended to the remaining Clubs, so that all new Nurses…

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Staying Alive! Can the Bee Gees REALLY help you to resuscitate an animal?!

Date added: 7th May 2014 The following extract is taken from the information provided by Emergency Specialist Chiara Valtolina in the most recent Emergency and Critical Care Club webinar ‘CPR: BLS, ALS and New RECOVER Guidelines’. Top Tip! Chest compressions are a fundamental part of basic life support because they maximise myocardial and cerebral perfusion.…

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Look very closely! Can you see anything abnormal in this radiograph?

Date added: 30th April 2014 The following extract is taken from the information provided by Diagnostic Imaging Specialist Esther Barrett in the Thoracic Radiology Online Mini Series. Oesophageal foreign bodies are frustratingly common. They tend to lodge at areas of constriction; the thoracic inlet, at the heart base, or just cranial to the diaphragm. They…

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The alphabet of emergency care – CPA, CPR, BLS, ALS, RECOVER…..!

Date added: 24th April 2014 Cessation of effective circulating blood flow and ventilation constitutes cardiopulmonary arrest (CPA) that leads to inadequate oxygen delivery to tissue, shock and death. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation refers to re-establishing blood flow to the cerebral and coronary systems in the event of CPA by performing manual cardiac and thoracic compressions and manual…

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