Top ophthalmology mistakes and how to avoid them
- British Veterinary Association
- David Gould BSc(Hons) BVM&S PhD DVOphthal DipECVO MRCVS, European and RCVS Recognised Specialist in Veterinary Ophthalmology, Director, Davies Veterinary Specialists
- 04/10/2016 - 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
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Does topical serum help in the treatment corneal ulcers? Do ‘corneal repair drops’ really work? What topical antibiotics and antivirals should we be using? Is it ever appropriate to place a third eyelid flap, and if so, when? How do you distinguish keratitis from corneal oedema?
This course will cover some of the most common ophthalmology myths and misunderstandings encountered in general practice, with the aim of improving your confidence and ability in the work-up and treat ophthalmic cases.
The five key things you will learn from this course are:
- Which topical antibiotics and antivirals to use
- How to distinguish keratitis from corneal oedema
- Work-up and treatment of non-healing corneal ulcers
- When to place a third eyelid flap
- How to treat corneal ulcers in brachycephalic dogs
BVA Members early bird rate* – £180
BVA Members standard rate – £210
Non BVA Member early bird rate*- £300
Non BVA Member standard rate- £360
*Early bird rate applies to bookings made more than six weeks in advance of the course date.
Book online or call Helen Dingle on 020 7908 6336
BVA members can book three BVA CPD courses for the price of two. Find out more and view our terms and conditions at www.bva.co.uk/CPD
You can find out more about this course on the BVA website.