Dick White Referrals

Events

An exciting focus in our CPD programme this year is a 2-day Cuban/International Conference which we are organising in Havana in conjunction with the Cuban Scientific Veterinary Council.

The conference is being organised with the support of Direct Medical Systems and any profits will be channelled to Aniplant, a charity caring for street dogs in Havana. Conference delegates will have the opportunity to visit the Aniplant clinic and meet the volunteer vets working there.

Closer to home, we have a full CPD programme for vets and veterinary nurses, based at our clinic in Six Mile Bottom. Click on the appropriate course below for further details.

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Date28/02/2017
Time8.30
Places40
Places Left12
LecturerDomingo Casamian-Sorrosal, Ruth Willis, Jon Wray

A practical approach to diagnosis and treatment of common cardiac conditions in Small Animal Practice – additional date ID: 20170228_Cardiolgy_2nd_date

Intermediate

Following the popularity of the course running on 25th January, we are pleased to be able to offer an additional date.

A one-day meeting at the British Racing School, Newmarket, comprising current diagnostic and therapeutic approaches to situations commonly encountered in first opinion cardiology cases. The course will be delivered by 3 highly experienced cardiologists from Dick White Referrals.

Programme:

Morning: Approaches to common cardiac problems in small animal practice

  • The cardiac history and physical examination: has this animal got heart failure?
  • The adult dog with an incidentally discovered heart murmur
  • The cat with an incidentally discovered heart murmur
  • The syncopal dog
  • The emergency dyspneic cat
  • Heart murmurs in puppies and kittens

Afternoon: diagnosis and management of common cardiac problems in small animal practice

  • Recognition and management of DCM
  • Cardiomyopathies in cats
  • Current understanding of diagnosis and management of myxomatous mitral valve disease
  • Pericardial effusions
  • Open discussion/The EPIC study – what does it mean for our patients?

The one-day course will provide a stimulating and comprehensive update for practitioners and is offered at a ‘cost’ price of £50 per person.

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