Boehringer Academy and Buscopan 20 are offering vets the chance to win one of 30 rectal tops for equine rectal examination by watching its CPD video.

Rachael Conwell
The CPD video features colic expers, such as European specialist in equine internal medicine, Rachael Conwell.

Feel Good Colic Rectals is a 20-minute online guide that uses 3D modelling technology to allow vets to visualise an examination of the normal equine abdomen.

The footage also demonstrates how to differentiate abdominal abnormalities during a rectal examination.

Colic experts

The video features colic experts Debra Archer, head of equine surgery at the University of Liverpool, and Rachael Conwell, European specialist in equine internal medicine.

To be in with a chance of winning, vets need to visit the Boehringer Academy website, watch the video and answer two multiple choice questions.

  • The deadline for entries is 31 January 2017.
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