Over the years, the general level of love, care and the highest degree of knowledge of all of the staff has been invaluable comfort and it’s wonderful that Cave care so much about the human family members as well.

Wayne Cullen

FORELIMB LAMENESS, BRACHYCEPHALIC OBSTRUCTIVE AIRWAY SYNDROME, RECENT LITERATURE TO KNOW IN GENERAL PRACTICE, Eastbury Hotel, Sherborne DT9 3BY Back to CPD

Wednesday 18th September

With Malcolm Jack BVSC (HONS), MANZCVS, MRCVS CLINICIAN IN SURGERY - A light buffet supper is served at 7.00pm with Lectures commencing at 7.30pm and finishing at 9.30pm

FORELIMB LAMENESS – Challenges, tips and options

Forelimb lameness is a common presentation in small animal first opinion practice. Identification and treatment of these cases can be frustrating and difficult when rest and NSAIDs have failed. This CPD lecture will cover some causes of lameness, tips to fine tune you orthopaedic examination and some of the treatment options available.

BRACHYCEPHALIC OBSTRUCTIVE AIRWAY SYNDROME

In this presentation we will briefly discuss assessing the brachycephalic patient, grading, surgical techniques and pre and perioperative management.

RECENT LITERATURE TO KNOW IN GENERAL PRACTICE

Sometimes in general practice it is hard to stay on top of literature, especially literature that will be useful to you on a regular basis. As such I have made a short presentation with a selection of journal articles that cover client communication, prognostication, surgical techniques and medication treatment options that I think are useful or important to know.

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