Highcroft Veterinary Referrals All Day CPD Event

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About the course

08:30 - Registration
08:45 - Welcome & Introduction
09:00 - Multidisciplinary Lecture 1:

When Cancer Becomes a bloody Nightmare: How t o deal wit h a haemoabdmen
Presented by Owen Davies& Helen Wilson

10:00 - Round Table Session 1:
Hot Topics in Specialist Disciplines
10:30 - Break
10:45 - Multidisciplinary Lecture 2:

Ureteral Obstruction in Cats:
Intensive kidney care & uret eral bypass
Presented by Sabela Atencia & Guillaume Ruiz

11:45 - What's New At Highcroft Referrals
12:15 - Lunch
13:15 - Multidisciplinary Lecture 3:
Hindlimb Lameness: A Twist in t he Tale
Presented byNicolasGranger, Dan Ogden & Delphine Horopherne-Doran

14:15 - Round Table Session 2:
Hot Topics in Specialist Disciplines

14:45 - Break
15:00 - Panel Discussion: Your Cases
16:00 - Round up & close

Hot Topics
Presented by the Highcroft ReferralsSpecialists

Our team of specialists welcome you around a table to discuss hot topics in their disciplines (medicine, oncology, emergency and critical care, soft tissue surgery, orthopaedic surgery, neurology, anaesthesia and analgesia, exotics medicine and surgery). The list of topics to be discussed in each discipline are as follows:

Medicine 1 - Chronic gastro-intestinal signs and how to deal with them.
Medicine 2 - The coughing dog
Soft tissue surgery 1 - BOAS
Soft tissue surgery 2 - porto-systemic shunts
Orthopaedic surgery - patella luxation
Exotics medicine and surgery 1 - E.cuniculi
Exotics medicine and surgery 2 - Rabbit dentistry
Neurology - Spinal case referral : When ?Why ?How ?
Oncology - Mast cell tumour
Emergency and Critical care - emergency toxicology
Anaesthesia and analgesia ? tips and tricks in perioperative pain management

(Please register your favoured topic upon arrival to secure a place at the table)

Panel Discussion: Your Cases
Presented by the Highcroft ReferralsSpecialists
Please come and share all of your questions, tricky cases and daily challenges with our multidisciplinary team of specialists.

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