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The Specialist Division Theatre
  1. The Specialist Division Theatre
    Paediatric patients have physiological and anatomical differences that can make anaesthesia challenging. The additional physiological burden of the perioperative period and coexisting disease may limi ...
  2. The Specialist Division Theatre
    Heart murmurs are common in puppies and kittens. Some characteristics might help to differentiate pathological and non-pathological murmurs, however this is not always possible.Successful management o ...
  3. The Specialist Division Theatre
    Lameness in puppies can be due to a wide range of traumatic, genetic and growth-related conditions. Failure to recognise some of these problems at an early stage can lead to bigger problems as growth ...
  4. The Specialist Division Theatre
    This talk will look at the reasons why we neuter dogs and cats and whether the decisions we make are always beneficial for our patients. Timing of neutering and long and short term potential complicat ...
  5. The Specialist Division Theatre
    There are many differences in haematological and biochemical parameters in juvenile dogs and cats but unfortunately we do not have age matched reference ranges to refer to, which means that abnormal r ...
  6. The Specialist Division Theatre
    The collapsed puppy or kitten is a common emergency presentation in practice. These patients have the potential to deteriorate rapidly and typically have life-threatening abnormalities. These most com ...
  7. The Specialist Division Theatre
    Attitudes to vaccination have changed within the veterinary profession and the wider public over recent years: For the positive, better evidence of duration of immunity has been available and better v ...
The Specialist Division Theatre
  1. The Specialist Division Theatre
    Older animals often present with renal disease, sometimes this is symptomatic, often this is found as part of evaluation of other clinical problems, offering both diagnostic and therapeutic challenges ...
  2. The Specialist Division Theatre
    Auscultating a newly identifiable heart murmur in an adult dog or cat presents a common diagnostic dilemma in veterinary practice. Is it relevant and would the animal benefit from further investigatio ...
  3. The Specialist Division Theatre
    Cataracts are the most common cause of blindness in older dogs and can have significant impact on their welfare. Fortunately, over the past two decades, phacoemulsification and postoperative care have ...
  4. The Specialist Division Theatre
    Age is a physiological condition, not a disease. Nevertheless, treating cancer in geriatric pets is often complex as these patients commonly suffer from comorbidities which may preclude the use of con ...
  5. The Specialist Division Theatre
    The lecture will provide an up to date review of feline anaesthesia evidence that can be applied to everyday cases and specifically focused in geriatric individuals. What is the actual mortality risk ...
  6. The Specialist Division Theatre
    As our patients live longer, we are often challenged with managing their medical conditions during their geriatric years. Osteoarthritis is often present in the geriatric dog and cat and when left unm ...

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