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Biometrics and the Digital Patient - How wearable technology is revolutionizing veterinary medicine

Duration49 min
SpeakerAsaf Dagan
€ 32,86
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Description

Advances in digital technology in recent years, including miniaturization of sensors, universal connectivity (IoT), BigData analytics and cloud storage services, became the ground on which we see the rise of wearable devices. It is now possible to non-invasively and automatically collect huge amounts of accurate data on animals and use it to learn about their health, behavior and response to certain conditions or interventions. In this lecture we will explore and explain the current state of wearable technology for pets and how it can be applied and used in every day practice.

Recording from 15.03.2018

This webinar is hosted in co-operation with Orivet.

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Dr Asaf Dagan DVM, DABVP, CVA, LLB

Dr. Asaf Dagan serves as Chief Veterinary Scientist of PetPace LTD. Dr. Dagan is a Diplomate of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (ABVP), specialising in Canine and Feline medicine. He is also Certified in veterinary acupuncture by the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (IVAS). In addition, he successfully completed advanced training in diagnostic ultrasound, laser surgery techniques and orthopedics. Dr. Dagan graduated with honors from Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine and was admitted to Phi-Zeta, the Veterinary Honor Society. He practiced small animal veterinary medicine in large veterinary hospitals in Massachusetts, Connecticut and Israel, dealing with a variety of medicine, surgery and emergency cases. Dr. Dagan also holds a LL.B degree (magna cum laude) from Tel-Aviv University Law School.

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