Webcasts
2023-02-10
60:00 min
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Content presented by Leah Limone, DVM, Dipl. ACVD (equine specialty)
Join us on February 10 at 2 p.m. (EST) as we develop additional skills and knowledge in equine dentistry. During this webcast, Dr. Leah Limone will review how to complete a thorough oral/dental examination. She will also explore normal vs abnormal anatomy, and go over radiographic views to take to help diagnose areas of dental disease.
2022-11-14
38:54 min
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Content presented by Aimie Doyle, DVM, MS, Dipl. ACVS LA
Not all cryptorchid castrations can or need to be performed in a hospital setting. During this webcast, Dr. Aimie Doyle discusses the approach to attempting cryptorchid castration in the field.
2022-10-27
50:53 min
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Content presented by Aimie Doyle, DVM, MS, Dipl. ACVS LA
Castration remains one of the most stressful procedures for many field veterinarians. During this one-hour webcast, Dr. Aimie Doyle discusses how to deal with both major and minor complications associated with equine castration in the field.
Scientific Snapshots
2023-01-23
4:30 min
Content prepared by Jennifer Jobin, BSc, DVM
The equine navicular apparatus as a premier enthesis organ: Functional implications The diagnosis of navicular syndrome (sometimes called caudal foot pain, palmar foot pain, podotrochlosis) is often dreaded by riders, trainers and veterinarians. Lameness attributable to the caudal region of the foot, sensitivity over the navicular regions and radiographic changes in the bone are part of the clinical portrait of the disease. While the ability to precisely diagnose specific lesions in each...
2022-10-04
03:30 min
Content prepared by Jennifer Jobin, BSc, DVM
Hypotension is a frequent challenge in equine general anesthesia and is associated with a variety of post-anesthetic complications, including myopathy. Hypotension under general anesthesia often develops secondary to the effects of inhaled volatile anesthetic agents. Efforts at countering hypotension under anesthesia have focused on decreasing the amounts of inhaled anesthetics, administering IV fluids and using vasopressors or ionotropic medications. Hypotension can also be encountered in...
2022-08-23
05:30 min
Content prepared by Jennifer Jobin, BSc, DVM
Equine cervical pain and dysfunction: Pathology, diagnosis and treatment There is an increase in awareness of cervical pain and dysfunction in performance horses among professionals. Affected horses may exhibit a variety of symptoms ranging from obvious cervical pain and muscle tension to poor performance, forelimb lameness and behavioural issues. While improved imaging methods have led the way to better visualization of this region, clinical interpretation can be difficult. The spectrum of...
Brain Matters
2022-09-29
01:00 min
Content prepared by Jennifer Jobin, BSc, DVM
2022-08-23
01:00 min