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TVM Veterinary Advisor
In this webinar, Helen discusses the different anticoagulant rodenticide preparations and their effects. Helen also provides guidance on the diagnostic testing for and management of these cases.
In this webinar, Neil discusses the pathophysiology and management of corneal ulcers.
In this webinar, Tom presents the current thinking regarding CRGV and introduces the use of TPE for the treatment of these cases.
In this webinar, Emma and Neus discuss the pathophysiology and diagnosis of acute coagulopathy of trauma before outlining the current evidence on the management of this condition and talking through a couple of their cases.
MA VetMB DECVECC DACVECC DACVIM FHEA MRCVS
In this webinar, Amanda will discuss the advancements within this vital veterinary field including literature and scientific research surrounding transfusion medicine and how they may impact on the care of our patients.
DrMedVet, DipECVIM-CA, MRCVS
Internal Medicine Consultant IDEXX
Brigitte graduated from the Free University of Berlin in 2002. After 2 years working in a busy small animal practice, Brigitte started an internship in small animal medicine at the School of Veterinary Medicine, Hanover University. This was followed by a residency in internal medicine, which she completed in 2009. In collaboration with the Institute of Immunology at Hanover University, Brigitte worked on her doctoral thesis on platelet-neutrophil aggregation. Following her residency training, she moved to the UK and worked in two referral practices in the South, before joining Idexx in 2013 as an internal medicine consultant. Brigitte also continues her clinical work in practice part time.
This webinar will cover different clinical relevant aspects of FeLV infection including transmission, clinical signs, testing and management. Brigitte will introduce the updated AAFP (American Association of Feline Practitioners) guidelines published 2020.
BSc (Hons) CVN, Cert Ed, Dip AVN (Medical), Cert VNECC, RVN
PBB UK Training & Induction Manager
Helen qualified in 1996 and developed an interest in medical and critical nursing almost immediately. After working as a ward nurse at Rutland House she became the Senior Ward Manager there before leaving to pursue a lecturing career, spending many years at Myerscough College and rising to a Senior Lecturer position. In 2016, Helen left teaching to be the Head Nurse at Vets Now’s flagship hospital in Manchester. Helen joined the PBB team in 2019 as the Training & Induction Manager and also continues to work in a clinical support role for the Vets Now hospitals.
MA VetMB PhD CertSAM DipECVIM-CA MRCVS
Head of Internal Medicine Willows Referral Service
RCVS Specialist in Small Animal Internal Medicine
European Specialist in Small Animal Internal Medicine
Clinical Associate Professor in Small Animal Internal Medicine
In patients with haemostatic disorders it can be difficult to determine whether this is primary or secondary or anything more complicated. This fundamentally impacts both treatment and prognosis. Mark will cover how to approach patients with primary haemostatic disorders and the current options for management in primary care practice particularly when restrictions such as those imposed by Covid are in place.
BSc BVSc Cert SAM Dip ECVIM-CA MRCVS
This talk will cover disorders of secondary haemostasis. Fergus will explain the clotting cascade, which clotting factors are important and how can we measure any deficiency and discuss the treatment of acquired and congenital coagulation disorders including the use of blood products.
The use of blood transfusions in veterinary practice has increased dramatically in recent years. Providing safe and effective transfusion therapy is essential. Acute haemolytic transfusion reactions due to blood group incompatibilities between recipient and donor are serious complications, but are mostly avoidable when transfusing dog and cat blood typed and cross matched blood.
During this presentation, Ludivine will review the different blood types of these 2 species, the ones we all know, but also those which were discovered more recently and describe the utility and application of different techniques used in blood typing and cross matching.
by Helen Rooney BSc (Hons) CVN, Cert Ed, Dip AVN (Medical), Cert VNECC, RVN
Pet Blood Bank Training & Induction Manager
In this webinar, aimed at veterinary nurses, Helen looks at canine blood types and how they impact on the compatibility testing that may be carried out, namely the use of blood typing and cross matching before a blood product is given.
In this webinar, Monica will cover the diagnostic approach to common canine coagulopathies seen in practice, what treatment options are available and when it would be appropriate to administer a blood product and what blood product can be considered.
In this webinar Anna will cover the basics of feline transfusion medicine and provide an update on ‘what’s new in the feline blood world?’ Topics covered include feline blood types, including more recently discovered blood groups and their relevance, when to use certain products i.e. whole blood vs packed cells vs plasma, our current situation, and the future of feline blood banking in the UK.
Immune-mediated haemolytic anaemia is one of the most commonly encountered haematological emergencies seen in practice and can have a significant mortality associated.
Early recognition and diagnosis of the anaemia can improve the prognosis by allowing earlier institution of immunosuppression and supportive treatment including transfusions.
In this webinar Craig will cover how to reach a diagnosis of immune haemolytic anaemia when presented with an anaemic animal, co-morbidities to evaluate for and the treatment options.
Delivered by Kate Murphy , IDEXX Internal Medicine Consultant and European and RCVS Veterinary Specialist.
Kate takes a detailed look at the process of Canine Transfusions covering everything you need to know based on her considerable experience to support your clinical decision making when considering and administering blood products.
In this webinar, Charlotte discusses the significant role that registered nurses have in blood collection or blood sourcing, preparing the patient and product ready for transfusion and managing the blood transfusion.
In this webinar Amanda Boag will discuss the advancements within this vital veterinary field including literature and scientific research surrounding transfusion medicine and how they may impact on the care of our patients.
In this webinar Claire Whitehead and Jenny Walton will be discussing the safe whole blood collection process to create plasma for camelids.
In this webinar Jenny and Claire provide guidance on how to transfuse plasma to crias who are suffering from a failure of passive transfer of maternal immunity.