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A crisis of calcium

ECC | 80 mins | £20+VAT

In this webinar we will discuss the approach to hypercalcaemia in dogs and cats. These can be challenging cases to investigate, from PTH to vitamin D and back again! We…

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Acute kidney injury: Turning a fail into a pass

ECC | 69 mins | £20+VAT

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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Feline blood transfusions… As X-Men as it gets!

ECC | Internal Medicine | 45 mins | £20+VAT

Anaemia is a common reason for cats to present to our clinics, but the management of anaemia has lots of challenges. Cats don’t like to make things easy! In this…

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Guidewire inserted chest drains

ECC | 23 mins | FREE

Guidewire inserted chest drains have changed the way that we manage pleural space disease in small animals. They are not as scary as they look. This webinar will hopefully help…

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Managing feline trauma

ECC | Veterinary Nursing | 102 mins | £20+VAT

This webinar on “Managing Feline Trauma” is a culmination of Ashley’s nearly 20 years of experience in ECC. It focuses mainly on initial stabilisation, including how to recognise and manage…

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Managing respiratory emergencies

ECC | 78 mins | £20+VAT

During this lecture we will look at the basic presentations of respiratory difficulties, how we can recognise the different classifications and why they occur. In addition, we’ll talk about pulse…

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Plasma products… and their various uses in practice

ECC | Internal Medicine | 60 mins | £20+VAT

In this lecture we will review the various types of plasma products available in clinical practice, alongside why we should consider choosing one product over the other. This will involve…

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Tetanus: What started as a small wound!

ECC | 56 mins | £20+VAT

This webinar looks at tetanus infections from pathophysiology all the way through to management. Dogs are more susceptible to tetanus than cats and so we focus on the management of…

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