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Join the Royal Veterinary College at the London Vet Show!

The London Vet Show is delighted to announce that the clinical conference is now available for 2019! The RVC is currently the world's number one veterinary school based on the prestigious QS World University Rankings 2019.

Check out the confirmed sessions below and register to attend here! 

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RVC Clinical Theatre 2
  1. RVC Clinical Theatre 2
    Using case examples, this session will review a number of infectious diseases of potential importance to small animal practice and the testing options available to achieve a definitive diagnosis. Dise ...
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    Gastrointestinal (GI) bleeding in conjunction with diarrhoea is common and indicates there is diffuse GI bleeding, and the diagnostic and therapeutic effort is focussed on managing the cause of the di ...
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    Recognising and treating shock is a key component of the management of the emergency patient. This lecture will discuss the initial approach to the dog and cat in shock and then move on to describe ho ...
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    The session will cover a logical approach to the triage, investigation and treatment of the avian respiratory case in a general practice setting.
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RVC Clinical Theatre 3
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    This session will cover what to do when initial empiric treatment fails. We will discuss further investigation and treatment options of a rabbit with respiratory disease and a guinea pig with cystitis ...
  2. RVC Clinical Theatre 3
    This lecture will review our current understanding of subclinical bacteriuria versus urinary tract infections. It will explore how to differentiate between these two clinical entities, whether treatme ...
  3. RVC Clinical Theatre 3
    It may be hard to comprehend why someone would deliberately hurt an animal and then seek veterinary attention. Such deliberate harm is often referred to as non-accidental injury (NAI), the diagnosis o ...
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    Assuming there are no criteria for concern (e.g. anorexia, abnormal abdominal palpation, severe pain or hypoalbuminaemia) a common approach to a patient with chronic diarrhoea is first to treat it wit ...
RVC Clinical Theatre 1
  1. RVC Clinical Theatre 1
    We are often faced with short supply of some of our commonly utilised anaesthetic and analgesic agents, which may provide a challenge to the veterinary team to perform safe anaesthesia and maintain pa ...
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    Abnormalities of the head and face occur commonly in veterinary practice. Among others, these include a 'droopy’ face, unilateral or bilateral atrophy of the temporalis muscle, and a dropped jaw. Whil ...
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    This session will cover basic principles of wound management and the physiology of wound healing in the dog and cat. Details will be covered of how to recognise problems wounds and investigate any und ...
  6. RVC Clinical Theatre 1
    "This presentation will cover recent advances in understanding and techniques that have seen the development of cardiac and neurosurgical management options for conditions that were traditionally not ...
RVC Clinical Theatre 2
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    In this session, delegates will be taken through how to make choices about the most appropriate and effective non-drug, and drug-based analgesics for surgical patients (dogs and cats). The discussion ...
  4. RVC Clinical Theatre 2
    Canine atopic dermatitis is recognised as having significant impact on welfare over the lifetime of a patient. Whilst the general principles of treatment of canine atopic dermatitis have remained unch ...
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    It is important to recognise that in managing cats with CKD that the patient is not going to grow new nephrons so Plan A is to try to delay progression of disease by feeding a specifically-formulated ...
RVC Clinical Theatre 3
  1. RVC Clinical Theatre 3
    Epilepsy is the most common neurological disorder in cats and dogs. Although the majority of affected animals will demonstrate a decreased seizure frequency after initiation of anti-epileptic drug the ...
  2. RVC Clinical Theatre 3
    This lecture will discuss how to cope with stressful situations in general soft tissue surgery such as blood loss during a variety of surgeries ranging from abdominal surgery to TECA/ LBO. We will tal ...
  3. RVC Clinical Theatre 3
    Persistence or frequent flares of ear disease generates frustration for all parties, and – importantly – may cause irreversible changes of the aural structures and thus become self-perpetuating. This ...
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    This lecture will cover how to assess Brachycephalic dogs and grade the severity of their away disease. We will discuss medical management and what the owners can do to positively help their pets. We ...

 

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