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  • Tips for Creating a Cat Friendly Environment in the Veterinary Emergency Room and Critical Care Setting

    We as veterinarians are becoming more and more aware of the impact that a veterinary visit can have on the mental and emotional health of our patients. Cats seem to be particularly affected by leaving their known environments and entering into a new environment that can hold a multitude of unknown and unpleasant stressors. Imagine how heightened the perception of these stressors may be in an emergency or critical care setting. In this webinar, we will look at why it is so important to manage feline stress in the above mentioned settings and discuss easy to implement and practical strategies for the hospital, emergency room and critical care environment in order to improve recovery and outcome as well as create a safer and more pleasurable workplace for the veterinary team.
    Duration: 0:56 h
    Speaker: Katrin Jahn
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  • CSF evaluation - Cytology and Infectious Disease Diagnostics

    ​Evaluation of CSF is an important diagnostic tool for assessment of patients displaying neurological abnormalities. Basic cytological evaluation of CSF includes determination of the total and differential leukocyte counts and protein concentration. In addition, other cytological abnormalities including atypical or neoplastic cells, infectious agents or evidence of haemorrhage may be identified. Pre-analytic variables, clinical signs and species variations must be taken into consideration when interpreting cytological findings. Characterising the type of inflammatory response can help to clarify the underlying pathological processes. Identification of infectious agents can be achieved using a number of methodologies and is a vital component of accurate diagnosis and treatment of neurological disease.
    Duration: 0:47 h
    Speaker: Leanne Twomey
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  • Pyometra in Small Animals

    With increasing population of dogs being entire for longer, and the desire to treat medically rather than surgically performing an ovariohysterectomy, pyometra in small animal practice is becoming a commonly encountered problem. Here we review the medical and surgical options available for this disease.
    Duration: 1:02 h
    Speaker: Xavier Schneider
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  • FLUTD – Is it all about nutrition (for Nurses)

    Urinary tract disorders in cats is a truly multifactorial issue. Good history taking, including nutritional and behavioural, is required in order to give the best recommendations for the cat. Nutrition plays an important element of this, but it isn’t just about what the cat eats, but how the food is presented and feeding behaviours that impact on the cat. The webinar will look at nutrients in the diet and how these impact on cats with FLUTD, but also feeding behaviour. We will look at how we feed cats plays a much larger role in FLUTD, in how it influences stress levels and potential interactions with other cats in the household. We will also look at how obesity and weight loss diets effects cats with FLUTD.
    Duration: 0:58 h
    Speaker: Nicola Ackerman
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  • Issues with eyelids

    Diseases affecting the eyelids are frequently encountered in small animal practice, affecting both dogs and cats. We will briefly consider the anatomy and function of the eyelids before looking in more detail at medical and surgical conditions. With the former it is important to remember that eyelid disease can sometimes be part of a generalised condition – such as atopy, or can be secondary to another eye disease – blepharitis as an extension from a bacterial conjunctivitis for example. Conditions such as entropion and ectropion might require surgical correction and we will see examples of these with tips for how to achieve the best outcome for the patient – the aim is always to restore normal function with minimal scarring. A correct diagnosis and meticulous attention to detail is required to attain this. Other common conditions such as eyelid tumours and distichiasis will be mentioned, and we will finish up with a few complications - and how to avoid them!
    Duration: 1:05 h
    Speaker: Sally Turner
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  • Empfehlungen des ABCD zu Impfungen von Katzen, zur FeLV-Diagnostik und zum SARS-CoV-2

    Anhand von Guidelines, Fact Sheets und Tools des ABCD werden die aktuellen Impfempfehlungen, Möglichkeiten zur Diagnostik von FeLV-Infektionen und der Wissensstand zu SARS-CoV-2 bei Katzen besprochen.
    Duration: 1:08 h
    Speaker: Karin Möstl
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  • The importance of self-care in the veterinary profession (for Nurses)

    The veterinary profession has a high rate of burnout and suicide, to which many factors contribute. This webinar will look at what research has shown to be the top five factors affecting veterinary professionals, and what can be done about it. It will also address the importance of good nutrition, exercise, sleep hygiene, as well as why self-care should be a priority to try and combat the often negative side-effects of working within the veterinary industry.
    Duration: 1:02 h
    Speaker: Nadine Hamilton
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  • Lokalanästhetika - Anwendung im Praxisalltag

    Die Pharmakologie und erfolgreiche Anwendung von verschiedenen Lokalanästhetika (topisch, systemisch, Regionalanästhesie) wird erläutert.
    Duration: 1:07 h
    Speaker: Julia Deutsch
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  • emerging vector-borne diseases beim Kleintier in Mitteleuropa

    Emerging diseases beim Kleintier sind Infektionserkrankungen, die unvermutet gehäuft auftreten. Gründe dafür sind ein vermehrter Import infizierter Tiere oder Vektoren, veränderte Klima- und Umweltveränderungen sowie die Endemisierung dieser Infektionen.
    Duration: 0:48 h
    Speaker: Michael Leschnik
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  • Canine Epiphyseal Disease

    The epiphysis is located at either end of long bones and is evident within the fetus approximately four weeks post conception. During growth, the epiphysis is comprised of specialized cartilage, including articular epiphyseal cartilage (AEC) and growth plate epiphyseal cartilage (GEC), together accounting for longitudinal growth of long bones. In maturity, most of the epiphyseal cartilage is replaced with trabecular bone, encased in a thin shell of cortical bone with hyaline cartilage persisting at the joint surface. Epiphyseal pathology sustained during growth can have profound lifelong consequence. This webinar reviews common epiphyseal pathologies, including articular and growth plate osteochondrosis and epiphyseal trauma. A focus on diagnosis, treatment and expected outcomes with practical tips and tricks for use in your practice is presented.
    Duration: 1:05 h
    Speaker: Ricky Cashmore
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  • Fire Related Injuries (for Nurses)

    In this webinar we will discuss the care of fire related injuries. A short overview of skin layers and degree of burn injuries will be discussed. We will cover triage and first aid of fire victims, respiratory emergencies such as smoke inhalation and carbon monoxide poisoning, wound management both acute and ongoing. The importance of nutrition and analgesia as well as shock and fluid therapy in these cases will also be discussed.
    Duration: 1:10 h
    Speaker: Kate Tinney
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  • Thelazia Callipaeda

    Ein zoonotischer Wurm, den man im Auge behalten muss.
    Duration: 0:13 h
    Speaker: Katja Silbermayr
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  • Biologie der Vektoren und durch Vektoren übertragene Krankheiten bei Kleintier (und Mensch)

    Vektoren (Zecken, Stechmücken etc.) von Krankheiten bei Tier und Mensch sind bereits lange bekannt. Durch Globalisierung und Klimaerwärmung kann es zu einer Veränderung der Vektorenfauna bzw. der Erregerfauna kommen.
    Duration: 0:43 h
    Speaker: Georg Duscher
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  • Chronischer Durchfall bei Hund und Katze – diätetische Lösungen

    Die Verdauung unterstützen bei chronischem Durchfall. Lernen Sie das gastrointestinale Produktsortiment kennen.
    Duration: 0:18 h
    Speaker: Claudia Rade
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  • Chronische Durchfallerkrankungen bei Hund und Katze

    Im Rahmen dieses Webinars lernen gastroenterologie-interessierte Teilnehmer anhand von Fallbeispielen Kleintierpatienten mit chronischen gastrointestinalen Symptomen diagnostisch aufzuarbeiten. Hierbei wird auf mögliche Differentialdiagnosen wie zum Beispiel Futtermittelallergie oder Inflammatory Bowel Disease eingegangen.
    Duration: 0:49 h
    Speaker: Anna-Lena Ziese
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  • Blood Pressure Monitoring for Veterinary Technicians and Nurses

    A patient's blood pressure gives the nursing team valuable information about patient perfusion, fluid balance, and disease status. Are you confident understanding what blood pressure readings mean? Are you comfortable both setting up and interpreting direct arterial blood pressure monitoring? How can you troubleshoot and treat both hyper and hypotension? Are you aware of the disease processes that can change blood pressure? The webinar will answer all of those questions and more!
    Duration: 0:51 h
    Speaker: Megan Brashear
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  • Anästhesie - Monitoring

    Ein Großteil der Anästhesie wird dem Monitoring gewidmet. Überwachung des Patienten bevor, während und nach der Anästhesie sind essentiell. Die Grundlagen der am häufigsten verwendeten Methoden und Tipps für den Praxisalltag werden erläutert.
    Duration: 1:08 h
    Speaker: Julia Deutsch
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  • Geschwür erkannt, Gefahr gebannt - Magenulcera beim Pferd

    Dieses Webinar bespricht Magengeschwüre (EGUS) beim Pferd und geht auf Ursachen, Diagnostik sowie Therapieoptionen und Management ein.
    Duration: 0:54 h
    Speaker: Bianca Schwarz
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  • Dealing with Imposter Syndrome

    If you are completely honest with yourself, do you believe your failings are all your own fault, but your successes are pure good luck or a fluke? Are you forever wondering when the ‘fraud police’ are going to come and expose you for being a phony? Would you believe you aren’t alone? If you have ever felt like you didn’t belong somewhere or that your colleagues, friends, and associates are going to discover you are a phony and fraud and that you really don’t deserve the success, then you are not alone. These feelings are referred to as ‘imposter phenomenon’ or ‘imposter syndrome’ and it is estimated that at some point in life, around 70% of people will experience these feelings. Imposter syndrome affects a wide range of people from all aspects of life and this webinar will take a deeper look into the causes, symptoms, and ways you can deal with it.
    Duration: 0:53 h
    Speaker: Nadine Hamilton
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  • Mechanical Ventilation: The Basics

    Mechanical ventilation is becoming a common therapeutic tool in veterinary medicine. Mechanical ventilation is often necessary in cases of hypoxic or hypercapnic respiratory failure, shock, coma, or cardiac arrest. In this seminar, we will discuss the mechanics of ventilation, the different ventilatory modes (pressure and volume controlled), their strengths, limitations, similarities and differences, we will also discuss their indications, and we will learn how to set up and adjust the setting for our patients. This seminar is centred around the concept of lung-protection and the open-lung theory. Finally, we will use a couple of ventilator models as example for the configuration setting up. This is a dynamic seminar with great and practical videos that will help you understand what is happening in the lungs when we program certain parameters in the ventilator. Finally, we will discuss about the patient weaning from the ventilator and the best strategies to achieve a positive outcome in these patients.
    Duration: 1:01 h
    Speaker: Fernando Martinez
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  • Ernährung von Magendarmpatienten - Teil 2

    Ziele der Ernährung bei MDT-Erkrankungen. Tierärztin Irene Bruckner referiert über die Ernährungsbedürfnisse von wachsenden Katzen und Hunden und welche Fütterung bei Welpendurchfällen hilfreich ist.
    Duration: 0:20 h
    Speaker: Irene Bruckner
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  • Shit happens! Neue Möglichkeiten zur Beeinflussung des Mikrobiomes und Dysbiose

    Therapie von akuten und chronischen Durchfällen (Teil 1) - Grundlagen und Neues rund ums Mikrobiom - Wie kann ich gegen unerwünschte Darmbewohner vorgehen? Erfahren Sie alles rund ums neue, faszinierende Thema Mikrobiom von DEN internationalen Experten.

    Duration: 1:01 h
    Speaker: Jan S. Suchodolski
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  • Shit happens! Therapie von Giardia, Tritrichomonas und Co

    Therapie von akuten und chronischen Durchfällen (Teil 2) - Grundlagen und Neues rund ums Mikrobiom - Wie kann ich gegen unerwünschte Darmbewohner vorgehen? Erfahren Sie alles rund ums neue, faszinierende Thema Mikrobiom von DEN internationalen Experten.

    Duration: 0:43 h
    Speaker: Niko Pantchev
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  • Ernährung von Magendarmpatienten


    Ziele der Ernährung bei MDT-Erkrankungen. Tierärztin Catharina Lücking informiert über die Bausteine einer Magendarmdiät, Unterstützung der Darmgesundheit und die Auswahl der passenden Ernährung.
    Duration: 0:19 h
    Speaker: Catharina Lücking
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  • Shit happens! Das gastrointestinale Mikrobiom beim Hund – Verstehen und Bestimmen

    Diagnostik von akuten und chronischen Durchfällen (Teil 1). Grundlagen und Neues rund ums Mikrobiom - erwünschte und unerwünschte Darmbewohner.
    Duration: 0:55 h
    Speaker: Jan S. Suchodolski
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  • Shit happens! Wie kläre ich einen infektiösen Durchfall ab: praktisches Vorgehen

    Diagnostik von akuten und chronischen Durchfällen (Teil 2). Grundlagen und Neues rund ums Mikrobiom - erwünschte und unerwünschte Darmbewohner.
    Duration: 0:45 h
    Speaker: Niko Pantchev
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  • An Update on Socialisation: What you need your clients to know

    Socialisation has become all-important to ensure that a puppy grows up to be a healthy adult dog. If it is not done right, then the dog is ruined! But is this really true? A lack of socialization is blamed for all types of behaviour problems of dogs - but is this really accurate? Socialisation is important for the healthy development of all youngsters, not just dogs. Even humans get socialized! It is more than just exposing the young animal to new experiences. The emphasis of exposure to novelty has overshadowed the importance of the caregiver to successful socialization. We will explore what it means to socialize a dog, what puppy breeders, puppy walkers and puppy owners need to be doing to help their puppy adapt to life with people (it is much easier than we think!). How the puppy adapts to learning about the wider world can help identify developmental problems and mental health disorders allowing early interventions. A well socialized animal makes the job of the veterinarians and veterinary staff easier as the animal is comfortable with meeting new people and learning new things. So advising your clients correctly helps them help their puppy which ultimately helps you do your job better!
    Duration: 0:43 h
    Speaker: Jacqui Ley
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  • Anästhesie, Analgesie & Pharmakologie: Was muss ich wissen?

    Für die erfolgreiche Durchführung der Narkose und Schmerzbehandlung verlassen wir uns auf die pharmakologischen Eigenschaften der uns zur Verfügung stehenden Medikamente. In diesem Seminar werden die wichtigsten verwendeten Wirkstoffe behandelt.
    Duration: 1:01 h
    Speaker: Julia Deutsch
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  • Canine Dilated Cardiomyopathy

    This webinar will discuss the pathophysiology of canine DCM and the common causes, diagnosis and treatment of dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) in dogs. Nutritional DCM will be discussed as will differentiating degenerative mitral valve disease from DCM in large breed dogs.
    Duration: 1:01 h
    Speaker: Richard Woolley
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  • Ernährung stationärer Patienten

    Stationäre Notfallspatienten fressen zu wenig. Wann fängt die Unterstützung an und wie mit der Fütterung beginnen?
    Duration: 0:16 h
    Speaker: Catharina Lücking
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  • Assisted Feeding - Wenn Patienten nicht selbständig Nahrung aufnehmen

    Viele unserer der stationären Hunde- und Katzenpatienten nehmen weniger als ihren Ruhe-Energiebedarf (RER) auf. Damit sie nicht in eine negative Energiebilanz und katabolen Zustand geraten, müssen wir gegensteuern.
    Duration: 0:52 h
    Speaker: Hendrik Lehmann
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  • Special Needs of Geriatric Patients (for Nurses)

    In recent years, small animal veterinary medicine has known major improvements in knowledge and quality of care, following the progress of human medicine. Our pet population is aging, revealing some conditions previously poorly recognised. Thus veterinary professionals are faced with new challenges. We need to study how our pets are aging, which structures are affected, and what physiological and pathological mechanisms are at play. Interestingly, dogs and cats, because they live alongside their owner, share the same environment, but have a shorter lifespan, can be good models for some human conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease, obesity and osteoarthritis. Pet owners are keen to look after their pets for as long as possible, with a major emphasis on maintaining a good quality of life and avoiding pain. We will discuss how we can be with them every step of the way, to provide support and guidance, in all aspects of old age management: pain management, preventative treatments, environmental adaptations, nutritional support and so on. Because looking after our aging pets can give us an insight into how we, as humans, age. So that we all age well, together.
    Duration: 0:49 h
    Speaker: Mathilde Granger
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  • Equines Asthma – Wo steht die Pferdemedizin heute?

    Dieses Webinar bespricht Equines Asthma beim Pferd und geht auf Ursachen, Diagnostik sowie Therapieoptionen und Management ein. Besonderes Augenmerk wird auf den Inhalt des Consensus Statements zu Equinem Asthma gelegt.
    Duration: 1:00 h
    Speaker: Bianca Schwarz
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  • Capnography (for Nurses)

    General anaesthesia carries an inherent risk for every patient, as unexpected cardiovascular and respiratory side effects can always occur. Therefore, monitoring anaesthesia is extremely important and should mainly focus on anaesthetic depth, cardiovascular and respiratory function. Capnometry provides real time information on respiratory rate, end-tidal and inspired carbon dioxide values. From these data the anaesthetist can extrapolate information on cardiac output, depth of anaesthesia and breathing systems faults. This webinar will guide you in the interpretation and understanding of capnography, as this is the most important monitoring tool available in small animal practice, and the person interpreting the information has a central role in the monitoring process.
    Duration: 0:49 h
    Speaker: Clara Rigotti
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  • Nobivac© Myxo RHD Plus - neu am Markt

    Wissenswertes zum innovativen Impfstoff für Kaninchen​
    Duration: 0:12 h
    Speaker: Frederik Mager
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  • Die digitale Tierarztpraxis - neue Wege in der Kundenkommunikation

    Zeitgemäße Kundenkommunikation unter der aktuellen Situation der Corona-Einschränkungen mit Berücksichtigung der rechtlichen Grundlagen für telemedizinische Anwendungen.
    Duration: 1:22 h
    Speaker: Björn Becker
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  • Management of Status Epilepticus

    Seizures are a common neurological disease in general practice. Often, patients can present in an emergency situation such as status epilepticus. This presentation aims to provide a good understanding of the pathophysiology of seizures, the initial emergency management of status epilepticus, a step-wise approach to ongoing treatment as well as the basic diagnostics of a patient with seizures.
    Duration: 0:43 h
    Speaker: Hannah Kwong
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  • Pankreatitis Triaditis Katze

    Triaditis – 3 Erkrankungen, aber welche Diät?
    Duration: 0:17 h
    Speaker: Karin Uhl
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  • Pankreatitis bei der Katze: Diagnose und Therapieoptionen

    Bei diesem Webinar sollen Ätiogenese, klinische Symptome, Diagnose und Therapie von Pankreatitis bei der Katze inklusive Fallbeispielen aufgearbeitet werden.
    Duration: 0:56 h
    Speaker: Nicole Luckschander-Zeller
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  • Staging the Oncology Patient

    Staging is one of the most important components of oncology case management. It involves determining the extent of local disease along with the presence or absence of regional or distant metastasis. The results of staging are used to give more accurate and informed treatment options along with prognostic information for each oncology patient. Some of the biggest challenges in staging is to consider how much staging is required for each case, which are the most appropriate tests, and if the results of these tests will impact treatment options and prognosis. I will discuss this information in a case-based and evidence-based approach, focusing on some of the more common cancers including canine mast cell tumours, lymphoma, oral tumours and apocrine gland anal sac adenocarcinomas.
    Duration: 0:57 h
    Speaker: Laura Brockley
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  • ASP Erfahrungen anhand von Fallbeispielen - Praktische Hinweise für Tierärzte

    Die Präsentation stellt Fallbeispiele von Afrikanischer Schweinpest (ASP) Ausbrüchen in Betrieben in Osteuropa und China vor. Anhand von Bildern werden Verlauf, Klinik und Pathologie dargestellt und diskutiert.
    Duration: 1:20 h
    Speaker: Tomasz Trela
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  • Coping in the COVID-19 Crisis

    Covid-19 is testing us at home, and it is testing us at work. Come along to this webinar for support, encouragement and suggestions on how to stay mentally well when the world is going crazy around us.
    Duration: 1:09 h
    Speaker: Cathy Warburton
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  • Wer rastet, der rostet! Epidemiologie und Diagnostik (Teil 1 von 3)

    Frau Prof. Dr. Kästner erläutert eindrucksvoll die Entstehung verschiedener Schmerzreize und leitet in die Thematik der Validierung des OA­Schmerzes über. Für die Praxis werden dadurch wichtige Hilfen zur Erstellung eines standardisierten Schemas zur Schmerzvalidierung gegeben. Diese Schemata unterstützen den Praktiker in der Wahl der geeigneten Therapie.
    Duration: 1:13 h
    Speaker: Sabine Kästner & Oliver Harms
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  • Wer rastet, der rostet! Medikamentelle Therapie (Teil 2 von 3)

    Die Behandlung der Osteoarthrose ist mehr „als nur Tabletten“ eingeben. Neben einem ausführ­lichen Überblick über die einsetzbaren Wirkstoffe geben die Referentinnen eine Hilfestellung, welche Therapie für welchen Patienten sinnvoll ist.
    Duration: 1:19 h
    Speaker: Sabine Tacke & Julia Tünsmeyer
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  • Wer rastet, der rostet! Rehabilitationsmedizin als neuer Weg der Therapie (Teil 3 von 3)

    In diesem Webinar gibt Dr. Harms sehr viele Tipps, wie das Leben der Patienten mit chronischer OA erleichtert werden kann. Für die tierärztliche Praxis werden neue Verfahren zur Ortheseherstellung und ­Therapie gezeigt.
    Duration: 0:00 h
    Speaker: Oliver Harms
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  • Exam Room GPS: Using Signposts to Direct the Flow of Conversation

    As veterinarians, we often see complicated cases. Patients may present to us with complex histories. Patients may present to us with a multitude of related or unrelated clinical signs. Clients may have more than one concern. We may or may not be able to address every concern at every visit. All of these situations would potentially benefit from a roadmap. Mapping out the consultation is a communication skill that provides the sense of direction that is otherwise all too often lacking from the examination room. Mapping out the consultation is sometimes referred to as signposting. What mapping out the consultation means is that we verbally provide structure. We acknowledge openly where the conversation is headed, what we are choosing to discuss now, versus that which we will discuss later. Just like a compass tells you which direction you’re facing, a consultation map tells the client the order in which consultation events will happen. This webinar will introduce the communication skill of signposting and highlight how its use may be incorporated into clinical practice in a way that builds structure into the veterinary-client relationship.
    Duration: 0:42 h
    Speaker: Ryane Englar
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  • Nobivac© Myxo RHD Plus

    Die Vorteile des neuen Impfstoffs für Kaninchen.
    Duration: 0:09 h
    Speaker: Frederik Mager
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  • Die Ratte als Patient in der Kleintierpraxis

    Handling, anatomische Grundlagen sowie die wichtigsten Erkrankungen der Ratte sollen in diesem Webinar besprochen werden.
    Duration: 1:00 h
    Speaker: Tina Brezina
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