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Distal limb wound healing in horses is well known for being problematic, prolonged and expensive. Sarah Boys Smith considers two simple graft techniques achievable in standing, sedated patients.32 mins
Despite never meeting him or even speaking to him, the late, great Bob Michell had a profound influence on Nick Marsh's veterinary career and on his outlook in general.
Ian Ramsey, Susanna Spence and Emma Roberts having all been involved in a desoxycortone pivalate clinical trial, provide a review of hypoadrenocorticism, as well as suggestions for management in dogs.
Owen Atkinson discusses various approaches towards managing this common pernicious disease affecting the bovine foot.
Andy Durham discusses forms of protection against illnesses in horses, such as tetanus and equine arteritis virus.
Dave Nicol explains how, when it comes to getting good outcomes for pets in the consulting room, it’s all about performance – and not clinical performance, either.
Digital media has revolutionised the way many vets and VNs fulfil their CPD obligations. Accessing learning online is often cheaper, faster and more convenient than traditional modalities. So, is there still a case to be made for event-based learning? James Westgate reports.
Andy Durham outlines some diagnostic and treatment approaches to ulceration of the cornea presenting in horses.
Laura Cole and Dominic Barfield discuss diagnosis and emergency management of hypoglycaemia in dogs, including two case examples.
Isabel Manning advises on approaching a poultry consultation in practice, to help get the most out of the process.
Lee-Anne Oliver considers specific diseases that can be brought on to the farm when introducing flock replacements, and what biosecurity principles should be implemented.
Bayer’s second canine ophthalmology training video is now available: Getting the most from your ophthalmoscope.
Julian Norton, who found fame on Channel 5 documentary The Yorkshire Vet has written a book that recounts his adventures within the profession from his formative years to the present day.
Karen Perry discusses medical, nutritional and environmental treatment options for this orthopaedic condition.
Jon Bowen discusses various ways to manage or desensitise canine and feline patients to common loud noises.
David Beeston considers mental health in the veterinary profession, the importance of a work-life balance and shares tips for how to get through veterinary school.
Emma Gerrard discusses environmental triggers, as well as short-term and long-term management strategies, for cats and dogs with sound sensitivities.
Claire Bloor discusses the involvement of VNs when presented with pets requiring dental treatment, such as assessment and recording.
Jim Willshire discusses some of the methods of aiding cows during the transition period, which is defined as three weeks pre-calving, in the second of a two-part article.
Peter Kukadia considers an evidence-based, cost-effective approach to treating skin disease in dogs at a charity practice.