Equine emergencies – a case-based approach to maximising success

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About the course

Equine practitioners are often faced with challenging emergency situations in less than ideal conditions. This course aims to provide delegates with a case-based logical approach to emergency scenarios focusing on first aid and decision making to maximise the chance of a positive outcome for horse and vet.

The five key things delegates will learn from this course are: 

  • A stepwise logical approach to the equine casualty
  • An approach to gastrointestinal emergencies
  • Basic techniques to maximise the likelihood of a positive outcome 
  • Equine first aid techniques - bandaging and splinting
  • How to approach to dystocia and foaling emergencies


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