How do you tell if a cat is in pain?

Date added: 12th March 2014   Chronic pain likely has a significant impact on an animal’s well-being and quality of life and therefore requires effective management to ensure the welfare of the patient. Until very recently chronic pain in cats has been a neglected problem, with limited information available about how to recognise signs of…

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Anaesthetic case challenges!

Date added: 12th March 2014   The next webinar for Nurses Club will take place on Monday 24th March, when Anaesthesia Specialist Matt Gurney helps you with challenging anaesthetic cases using plenty of case studies to highlight key factors to think about, so that next time you see a caesarean, diaphragmatic hernia or septic peritonitis,…

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What is so important about paralysis?

Date added: 11th March 2014   February’s Nurses Club webinar ‘What is So Important about Paralysis’ was presented by Professor Simon Platt. Paralysis is the most severe form of weakness and is most commonly due to a disease of the spinal cord, such as disc disease, trauma, neoplasia and inflammation. In this webinar, Professor Platt…

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How do you deal with orthopaedic emergencies?

Date added: 11th March 2014   February’s Small Animal Practice Club webinar ‘How to Deal with Orthopaedic Emergencies’ was presented by Small Animal Surgery Specialist Davinia Arnott.The lecture was a great refresher aimed at how to manage the common orthopaedic emergencies that we see in general practice. The recording of this webinar is available in…

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

Date added: 11th March 2014   We have listened to feedback from our members and as a result, all of the new Small Animal Practice Club, Exotics Club and Emergency & Critical Care Club webinars will now have iPad/iPhone compatible recordings available.   So you will have the best of both worlds with Webinar Club…

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Secrets of Safe Anaesthesia in Rabbits

Webinar Clubs: Small Animal Practice Club and Exotics Club Presenter: Kevin Eatwell, Recognised UK and European Exotics Specialist   How to Anaesthetise Rabbits Safely With increased numbers of rabbits being seen in clinical practice, and with more detailed diagnostic procedures and complex surgical techniques being developed, a good working knowledge of the best anaesthetic techniques…

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How To Handle The Bleeding Patient

Presenter: Nick Bexfield Archived for Clubs: Emergency and Critical Care Club Diagnosing Bleeding Disorders Bleeding disorders are relatively commonly encountered in dogs and cats and require a logical approach to their diagnosis and management. For instance, how do you distinguish between disorders of primary and secondary haemostasis? What do you do if you suspect a…

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What to do when the shin bone is not connected to the thigh bone

Webinar Club: Small Animal Practice (and Orthopaedics Club) Presenter: Mark Glyde Develop Your Approach to Canine Tibial Fractures The tibia is a common site of fracture in small animals and is over-represented as a site of complication after fracture repair. In this webinar, Mark uses case examples to help develop your practical skills in decision-making…

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