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We are all used to get results from external laboratories and from our in-house analysers; but, have we ever asked ourselves if those results are accurate and how those should…

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A crisis of calcium

Internal Medicine | ECC | 112 mins | £25+VAT

Although disorders of calcium metabolism are relatively common in dogs and cats, they are frequently difficult to diagnose clinically. However, improvements in the laboratory assessment of calcium homeostasis have greatly…

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A Tale of Two Toxins… A liver’s story

Internal Medicine | 65 mins | £25+VAT

The liver is central to so many important functions within the body, but can often be the victim toxic insults. Hepatotoxicosis can also be characterized as dosage-dependent or idiosyncratic, although…

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Acute diarrhoea: Stepping away from the antibiotics

Internal Medicine | 74 mins | £25+VAT

Episodes of acute diarrhoea in dogs and cats are frequently encountered in small animal practice. Many episodes will improve with symptomatic care, but antibiotics are often included in the initial…

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This webinar on acute kidney injury provides a thorough base for all clinicians dealing with dogs and cats presenting with acute kidney injury. By the end of this webinar the…

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An introduction to ‘Human Factors’ in veterinary practice

Personal Development | 59 mins | £25+VAT

The study of Human factors is an established discipline that uses scientific knowledge about the human body, mind and behaviour to better understand our fundamental capabilities and limitations. It is…

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An introduction to endocrine diseases for veterinary nurses

Veterinary Nursing | 73 mins | £25+VAT

Endocrine diseases are some of the most common long-term diseases we see as veterinary nurses. From diagnosis to inpatient care, treatment and nurse consultations we can make an enormous difference…

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An introduction to veterinary leadership

Wellbeing & Personal Development | 48 mins | £25+VAT

Within the veterinary healthcare setting leadership is likely to be dynamic, ultra-adaptive, shared and situational. Leadership within this setting is not solely reserved for those in positions of responsibility. Each…

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Anaesthesia for rabbits and other small mammals

Exotics | Anaesthesia & Analgesia | 64 mins | £25+VAT

The mortality rate of rabbits and other small furries during anaesthesia is substantially higher than the perioperative mortality of other pets. The causes for these numbers are multifactorial. This webinar…

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Anaesthesia nursing considerations for brachycephalic breeds

Veterinary Nursing | Anaesthesia & Analgesia | 54 mins | £25+VAT

Through this webinar you will take a journey revisiting the anatomy including skeletal and soft tissue deformities commonly seen in modern day brachycephalic dog breeds and how these malformations dictate…

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Angiostrongylus… The hidden enemy

Cardiology | 48 mins | £25+VAT

Lungworm is becoming increasingly diagnosed all over the UK and Europe. This webinar will discuss the clinical presentation of affected cases, their diagnosis and management. A practical approach regarding which…

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Approach to the acute abdomen

ECC | Internal Medicine | 71 mins | £25+VAT

Approaching cases with acute abdominal pain can be daunting. However, with structured approach you’ll be able to solve the mystery of acute abdomen and help your patients in no time….

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So where did all the itchy Westies go? If you, like me, are wondering where they disappeared to, have no fear as they have been replaced with French bulldogs, poodle…

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Bitter or Better? Managing negative feedback

Personal Development | 62 mins | £25+VAT

For some of us, giving and receiving feedback is one of the most uncomfortable, dreaded and often painful elements of our professional lives. However, even though it seems daunting and…

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In this webinar, we will review how to approach blood smear examination with a systematic approach and integrate these findings with haematology results. Blood smear examination has the ability to…

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Canine Hyperadrenocorticism

Internal Medicine | 78 mins | £25+VAT

Canine hyperadrenocorticism is a relatively commonly encountered endocrinopathy, and generally presents as a dog with PUPD. It is essential to exclude other causes of PUPD before performing more specific tests…

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Canine leishmaniosis

Internal Medicine | 62 mins | £25+VAT

Canine leishmaniosis is not currently endemic in the UK, however, with increasing numbers of dogs being imported from endemic countries, it is now commonly screened for and diagnosed in dogs…

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Cardiac anaesthesia – Principles not protocols

Anaesthesia & Analgesia | Cardiology | 78 mins | £25+VAT

When faced with a cardiac patient, the key to safe anaesthesia is having the best understanding of the underlying cardiac disease. There’s no such thing as a one protocol fits…

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Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in practice

ECC | Veterinary Nursing | 63 mins | £25+VAT

Cardiopulmonary arrest is condition best managed with a trained team and an organised workplace. There has been a clear association with using standardised guidelines, training and post-arrest review and improved…

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Chemotherapy is one of three principal methods for treatment of veterinary cancer patients. Chemotherapy protocols are not only chosen based on the histopathological diagnosis of the neoplasia, but also based…

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