What becomes of the broken hearted?
Easter Bush Campus
Two common clinical presentations (one dog, one cat) will be used to guide the delegate through a comprehensive approach to presentation, physical examination, diagnostics and management of common canine and feline cardiac disease, including acute and chronic complications. Each case will introduce overview and revision of history taking, adopting a problem based approach, interpretation of thoracic radiography, ECGs, basic echocardiography, therapeutics and key areas of management that improve outcome. Respiratory disease will be addressed where there is crossover with cardiac disease. While the structure of the day will be based around core presentations, the emphasis will remain on 2-way discussion between specialists and delegates so that the course content will remain fluid, giving the delegates the opportunity to determine the focus of discussions.
This course will be suitable for general practitioners wishing to enhance their skills in diagnosis and management of cardiopulmonary disease and candidates enrolled for the cert AVP (cardiology) examinations.
Intended for Veterinary Surgeons and Veterinary Nurses
You can earn 4.5 CPD hours.
BSAVA Member £100 inc VAT, BSAVA Nurse Member, Student Member and First Year Qualified Members £20 inc VAT, Non Member Vet £220 inc VAT, Non Member Nurse £55 inc VAT