On shaky ground: How to take great radiographs in equine ambulatory practice.
Despite the pressure of patient side interpretation, the key to successful radiology is improving the quality of your radiography. Enduring the damp and cramped stable with an unlevel floor, mass of voyeurs and a muddy patient, this talk is aimed at the mixed practitioner, seeing regular equine cases in the field. It will cover practical tips to improve your image acquisition, common problems and how to fix them, what to change when the radiograph doesn’t look quite right and how to get the best out of your portable equipment.
- 1. To feel more confident with taking radiographs in the field,
- 2. What to do when the radiograph doesn’t look right,
- 3. How to get the best from your kit.