Small Animal Practice Club Archive

Tricks for local wound closure

Presenter: Ronan Doyle MVB MRCVS CertSAS DipECVS
RCVS & European Veterinary Specialist in Small Animal Surgery      

Category: Small Animal Practice Club

We all can face challenging skin wounds in practice whether that’s with a wound that we may have created on tumour removal, or with a traumatic wound that the patient has presented with. Either way closure can bring challenges, but especially so if there is a large defect or significant…

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Published on: 13.06.2017
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The Dos and Don’ts in an Emergency

Presenter: Chiara Valtolina Dipl ACVECC, Dipl ECVECC
European Veterinary Specialist in Emergency and Critical Care

Category: Emergency Club, Small Animal Practice Club

It’s important to realise that everyone makes often involuntary mistakes and making mistakes it Is not per se a terrible thing if we learn from them.. repeating them it is. Emergency doctors often have to deal with multiple patients at the time and when the pressure is high, it is…

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Published on: 19.05.2017
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Rehab Physiotherapy for the Orthopaedic Patient

Presenter: Suzanne Cottriall BA, BSc, MSc Vet Physio
Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (MCSP)
Category A Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy (ACPAT)  

Category: Small Animal Practice Club

This webinar identifies the needs of the animal patient in relation to physiotherapy for orthopaedic conditions. The webinar outlines what an Animal and Chartered Physiotherapist is regarding qualifications but more importantly it outlines the treatment techniques used by Animal Physiotherapists, namely manual therapy, electrotherapy, hydrotherapy and rehabilitation. Physiotherapy can be…

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Published on: 18.04.2017
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How to Deal with Back Pain in Practice

Presenter: Professor Simon R Platt BVM&S, MRCVS, Dipl. ACVIM (Neurology) Dipl. ECVN
RCVS Specialist in Veterinary Neurology
College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Georgia

Category: Small Animal Practice Club

Dogs can frequently present with neck or back pain. This can be acute or chronic and can exist in isolation or may be accompanied by neurological deficits. This session will address many of the common causes of spinal pain in dogs which will include disc disease, discospondylitis, meningitis, and neoplasia.…

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Published on: 22.03.2017
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Ureteral Disease in Dogs and Cats: Where Are We Now?

Presenter: Daniela Murgia DipECVS MRCVS DVM
European Veterinary Specialist in Small Animal Surgery
RCVS Recognized Specialist in Small Animal Surgery (Soft Tissue)

Category: Small Animal Practice Club

Ureteral diseases in dogs and cats include mainly obstructions and congenital malformations such as ureteral ectopia. Ectopic ureters (EU) are the most common cause of urinary incontinence in juvenile female dogs and are often associated with UTI (urinary tract infections), urethral sphincter mechanism incompetence (USMI) , and renal dysplasia. Ureteral…

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Published on: 15.02.2017
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Earlier Intervention for a Better Outcome: the Latest Advances in the Treatment of Canine Preclinical Heart Disease

Presenter: Nuala Summerfield BVM&S BSc,DipACVIM(Cardiology),DipECVIM-CA(Cardiology), MRCVS
RCVS & European Recognised Specialist in Veterinary Cardiology

Category: Small Animal Practice Club

Mitral valve disease (MVD) and dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) are the two most common types of canine acquired heart disease. MVD and DCM develop gradually, often over a period of years, before symptoms of congestive heart failure develop. This early, symptom-free stage of the disease is known as the preclinical stage.…

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Published on: 25.01.2017
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