RVC Equine 1, RVC Equine 2, BVA/BEVA

RVC Equine 1, RVC Equine 2, BVA/BEVA

17 Nov 2022
  1. BVA/BEVA Equine Theatre
    A practical approach to the coughing horse
    The coughing horse is a common presentation in first opinion equine practice, and it is easy to assume that it’s always equine asthma. In this presentation we will challenge that assumption and look i ...
  2. BVA/BEVA Equine Theatre
    Peri-parturient disasters
    A review of periparturient disasters and how to manage them. Generally issues in pregnant mares and neonates around foaling can be very stressful situations. With peri-parturient disasters you can be ...
  3. BVA/BEVA Equine Theatre
    Avoiding pitfalls at equestrian events
    Attending an equestrian competition of any type can be stressful since the unexpected often occurs with the horses, not to mention communicating with owners, riders, agents and competition officials.  ...
  4. BVA/BEVA Equine Theatre
    The exotic diseases you don’t want to be the first to see
    The threat of exotic equine disease arrival on our shores is ever present and has occurred on a number of occasions over the years. With vets being the first line for their identification, it is essen ...
  5. BVA/BEVA Equine Theatre
    A pro-active approach to laminitis
    Obesity and laminitis are arguably the greatest threat to equine welfare in the UK and are the result of inappropriate dietary management. Strategies to tackle equine obesity have met with limited suc ...
  6. BVA/BEVA Equine Theatre
    Top tips to improve your routine dentistry
    Veterinary equine dentistry has advanced significantly in the last 25 years, with greater knowledge and understanding of equine dental anatomy and pathophysiology. Together with the development of adv ...
18 Nov 2022
  1. BVA/BEVA Equine Theatre
    I've no idea if this horse is lame
    Poor performance is one of the most challenging presentations in equine practice. The differential diagnoses include inumerable underlying causes such as respiratory disease, lack of talent or practic ...
  2. BVA/BEVA Equine Theatre
    Evaluation of the horse under saddle
    Assessing the horse under saddle forms a vital part of the lameness and poor performance investigation as some causes of lameness, back, pelvic and neck pain are exacerbated or only seen when ridden. ...
  3. BVA/BEVA Equine Theatre
    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 v ...
  4. BVA/BEVA Equine Theatre
    Pre-purchase examination disasters and how to avoid them
    This will be an interactive session looking at the things that commonly go wrong during pre-purchase examination of horses. It will take the form of open discussion as well as a presentation. Consider ...
  5. BVA/BEVA Equine Theatre
    Diagnosing and managing uveitis
    Uveitis is a common source of ocular pain and the leading cause of blindness in horses. In this session, we will review the different presentations of uveitis in horses and we will learn to identify t ...
  6. BVA/BEVA Equine Theatre
    Everything you need to know about cardiology in 40 mins
    This presentation will focus on getting the most out of your clinical examination. There’s rarely the need for the fancy kit to give your client the most appropriate advice when you detect something m ...
17 Nov 2022
  1. RVC Equine Theatre 1
    Have you seen these feet? Does bad foot confirmation cause lameness in horses?
    Hoof balance represents one of the most misused global terms in the equine industry and is differently understood by the various stakeholders. This talk reviews the relevant literature regarding the l ...
  2. RVC Equine Theatre 1
    No foot, no horse - how to take and interpret foot radiographs
    Diseases of the foot are one of the most common sources of lameness in horses. Due to its relative low cost and wide availability, radiographic examination of this area is one of the first instance to ...
  3. RVC Equine Theatre 1
    Farriery: Trimming and Shoeing with Purpose - Identifying hoof distortion and formulating a shoeing plan.
  4. RVC Equine Theatre 1
    Basic cardiology: an approach to arrhythmias in the field
    Cardiac arrhythmias are common in the horse. The aim of this lecture is to provide you with the skills to identify common arrhythmias that may be seen on a resting ECG and how to interpret their clini ...
  5. RVC Equine Theatre 1
    Equine dermatology – getting the basics right
    The approach to the horse with skin disease will be covered, emphasising the importance of history, documenting dermatological findings, creating a problem list and conducting diagnostic investigation ...
  6. RVC Equine Theatre 1
    Equine obesity: Pathophysiology, consequences and how to tackle it
    This session will cover the pathophysiology of equine obesity, methods of quantifying fatness and the negative health related consequences, In addition, strategies for promoting weight loss will be di ...
18 Nov 2022
  1. RVC Equine Theatre 1
    How to ultrasound scan the flexor tendons and suspensory ligaments
    In this overview of ultrasonography of the flexor tendons and suspensor ligament we will cover a variety of techniques including on and off-incidence, non-weight bearing views, doppler, dynamic assess ...
  2. RVC Equine Theatre 1
    Accurate placement and interpretation of distal limb blocks
    A practical approach to when and how to perform distal limb blocks (both regional and intrasynovial), including the foot, pastern, fetlock and digital sheath regions. In addition, different approaches ...
  3. RVC Equine Theatre 1
    The modern approach to managing distal limb wounds
    A practical and tip-filled discussion about how to maximise the chances of successfully managing the wound of the distal limb including ensuring a thorough evaluation of synovial structures involved. ...
  4. RVC Equine Theatre 1
    Ophthalmology - is this normal?
    In this case-based session, we review images of horses with normal ophthalmic variations, cases with ocular anomalies and ocular pathology. We will provide tips and tricks for the ophthalmic examinati ...
  5. RVC Equine Theatre 1
    Tips & Tricks for Problem Mares
    A complete and through reproductive examination including a history of the breeding techniques used and stallion fertility is vital to identify the potential cause of subfertility.Infectious and infla ...
  6. RVC Equine Theatre 1
    Foal diseases: From neonate to weanling
    This session will review the most common ailments of foals during the first six months of life. It will cover assessment, diagnostic tests and therapeutics using a practical, age-based approach. There ...
17 Nov 2022
  1. RVC Equine Theatre 2
    What's new in the liver? Hepatic diseases in the age of hepatic viruses
  2. RVC Equine Theatre 2
    Equine rescue and trauma care - a multi agency approach
    Rescuing equines from trailers and cattle grids, bogs and ditches, fires and floods have become far more understood in recent years. As emergency responders have developed procedures and techniques to ...
  3. RVC Equine Theatre 2
    Assessment and management of the recumbent horse in the field
    Any equine practitioner that has had to attend to a recumbent horse in practice will agree that they present a major diagnostic and therapeutic challenge. In this lecture, I will discuss a systematic ...
  4. RVC Equine Theatre 2
    How much is too much? Managing dental disorders in the geriatric horse
    In this talk we will cover the common dental disorders encountered by the equine practitioner in geriatric horses. Sedation in the geriatric Managing "end stage" mouths Managing diastema in the geriat ...
  5. RVC Equine Theatre 2
    Diagnostic techniques for sacroiliac joint region pain
    The sacroiliac joint and pain deriving from this complex region remains poorly understood in horses, although our understanding grows as the body of literature grows. A deeper understanding can be der ...
  6. RVC Equine Theatre 2
    Assessment and action for angular limb deformities
    We will discuss assessment, treatment options and timing of treatment for angular limb deformities in foals. Know how common angular limb deformities present Recognise the importance of regular assess ...
18 Nov 2022
  1. RVC Equine Theatre 2
    Hearts matter - Cardiology for the competition horse
    As an elite athlete, the cardiovascular system of the horse is well adapted to meet the requirements of exercise. However, exercise-induced cardiac remodelling may not always be benign. This presentat ...
  2. RVC Equine Theatre 2
    Laryngeal Reinnervation – when is it appropriate?
    Recurrent Laryngeal Neuropathy (RLN) remains a major cause of poor athletic performance. The current standard treatment for RLN is the prosthetic laryngoplasty or tie-back as described by Marks et al. ...
  3. RVC Equine Theatre 2
    Take a deep breath - Lower airway disease in Sports Horses
    Competition horses are under perfect conditions to develop allergic lower airway disease: they travel frequently and long distances to shows, where they perform the intense exercise and are exposed to ...
  4. RVC Equine Theatre 2
    Conventional and unconventional methods for recovery and rehabilitation in the Sports Horse
    After a brief refresher on the basic mechanism of pain, this presentation will go over how different chosen modalities interact with the different pain pathways. Using that information, we will go ove ...
  5. RVC Equine Theatre 2
    Beyond exertional rhabdomyolysis – myopathic causes of poor performance in horses
    As horse vets, it is sometimes easy to overlook more subtle myopathic causes of poor performance in our patients, because we disregard either non-specific disease features (such as paresis) or become ...
  6. RVC Equine Theatre 2
    The influence of rider asymmetry and saddle on equine performance
    The horse‘s back plays an important role in athletic performance, enabling the controlled transfer of forces between the pelvic and thoracic limbs. During locomotion, gravitational and inertial forces ...

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