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Diagnostic Imaging CPD with the Webinar Vet  - £0.00 Listing ID: 2644



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Listing Began: Wednesday, January 16, 2019

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Below are just some of the webinars available to our members or can be purchased individually

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Ultrasound – The urinary system

Robert Williams

This webinar with discuss the sonographical examination of the urinary system including kidneys, ureters, urinary bladder and urethra. We will discuss how to obtain good dorsal, sagital and transverse views of the kidney avoiding potentially misleading oblique views. Also, the appearance of acute and chronic renal disease, ureteroliths and, the urinary bladder in a number of pathological conditions.

Robert has over twenty five year’s experience in General Practice & Emergency Centres. In 2006 he completed the Post Graduate course in Emergency and Critical Care and qualified, as a Member of the Australian College of Veterinary Surgeons, during 2007, in the same discipline. In 2010 he completed the Centre of Veterinary Education distance education course in Sonology and, in 2012, attended the European School of Advanced Veterinary Studies completing their advanced ultrasound course.
Robert has been teaching the benefits of ultrasound to both general practitioners and emergency veterinarians since 2011 and now has well over 70 tutorials under his belt in QLD, NSW, Victoria and S.A.
In Dec 2011 Robert won the Major prize, for his article in the Post graduate C&T magazine, referencing gall bladder sonological appearance in anaphylaxis.

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Diagnostic Imaging: Acute Abdomen

Jennifer White

Diagnostic Imaging: Acute Abdomen

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Diagnostic Imaging: Respiratory Distress

Miriam Shanaman

Diagnostic Imaging: Respiratory Distress

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Imaging of the abdomen-case studies

Prof. Mike Herrtage

Prof. Mike Herrtage will discuss Imaging of the abdomen-case studies.

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Ultrasound of the Gall bladder, Pancreas.

Robert Williams

Along with the adrenal glands, everybody wants to find the pancreas, but, finding the normal pancreas can be difficult, if you don’t  know what you are looking for. This webinar covers hints on finding the normal pancreas and recognizing pancreatic disease – including pancreatitis and acute pancreatic necrosis. Also, following on from the last webinar on liver disease, is biliary tract disease with special attention to the gall bladder, which is more common that you may think.

Robert has over twenty five years experience in General Practice & Emergency Centres. In 2006 he completed the Post Graduate course in Emergency and Critical Care and qualified, as a Member of the AustralianCollege of Veterinary Surgeons, during 2007, in the same discipline.

In 2010 he completed the Centre of Veterinary Education distance education course in Sonology and, in 2012, attended the EuropeanSchool of Advanced Veterinary Studies completing their advanced ultrasound course.

Robert has been teaching the benefits of ultrasound to both general practitioners and emergency veterinarians since 2011 and now has well over 70 tutorials under his belt in QLD, NSW, Victoria and S.A.

In Dec 2011 Robert won the Major prize, for his article in the Post graduate C&T magazine, referencing gall bladder sonological appearance in anaphylaxis.

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7 Tips to Improve your Ultrasound Technique

Robert Williams

This webinar aims to deliver some important pointers and ideas to help you become a better sonographer and, hence clinician.

The webinar is designed for those who have some knowledge and ultrasound experience and, gives you hints on subjects such as – how to find those elusive adrenal glands, visualizing the stomach effectively, and how not to miss important findings.

For beginners it is advised to watch the webinar ‘Basic Ultrasound, getting you started’ first, to make best use of this webinar. Robert has over twenty years experience in General Practice & Emergency Centres. Robert’s main interests are surgery and emergency work.

In 2006 he completed the Post Graduate course in Emergency and Critical Care and qualified, as a Member of the Australian College of Veterinary Surgeons, during 2007 in the same discipline. Since then he has developed his interest in Ultrasonogra-phy both in the Emergent situation and General Practice and now offers tuition Australia wide. Robert won the Dec 2011 major prize, for his article in the Post graduate C&T magazine, referencing gall bladder sonological appearance in anaphylaxis.

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Abdominal Diagnostic Imaging Cases

Mike Herrtage

Mike Herrtage will discuss abdominal diagnostic imaging cases. Mike Herrtage graduated from the LiverpoolUniversityand is currently Professor of Small Animal Medicine. He is Dean of the CambridgeVeterinarySchooland is in charge of the small animal medicine and diagnostic imaging services at the Queen’sVeterinarySchoolHospital. He was awarded the British Small Animal Veterinary Association (B.S.A.V.A.) Woodrow Award in 1986 for outstanding contributions in the field of small animal veterinary medicine and the B.S.A.V.A. Blaine Award for outstanding contributions to the advancement of small animal medicine in 2000.

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Shoulder lameness in the dog

Richard Whitelock

The diagnosis of shoulder lameness is rarely straightforward. Complicating factors include the interpretation of the dog’s response to manipulation, the overlying soft tissues and apparent “laxity” that is present in the normal joint. This presentation will guide you through the investigation of shoulder-related lameness from physical examination, survey radiography, arthrocentesis, arthrography and arthroscopy. Case studies will be used to illustrate the common conditions that lead to shoulder lameness.
Richard qualified in 1989 from the Royal Veterinary College, University of London. He spent 4 years in general practice before embarking on a route to specialisation in small animal surgery. After studying in the department of radiology at the Royal Veterinary College he was awarded the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons’ Diploma in Veterinary Radiology in 1994. Richard then took a 4 year surgical training position at the University of Cambridge. He was awarded the ECVS Diploma in Small Animal Surgery in 1997 and the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons’ Diploma in Small Animal Surgery (Orthopaedics) in 1998. He has been an examiner for the diploma in surgery for both the ECVS and Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. Richard is head of the orthopaedic service at Davies Veterinary Specialists and past-President  and current Chair of the European College of Veterinary Surgeons.

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 ‘Basic Ultrasound – Getting you started’

Robert Williams

The aim of this short webinar is to:
– Give an overview of ultrasound as a diagnostic aid.
– Discuss the basic physics and how this applies to the controls on your machine.
– Discuss preparation and positioning of the patient and operator
– Use the ultrasound controls as the foundation of getting a good image each
and every time.
– Look at some of the steps you will need to take to develop the fine motor skills necessary to perform a good examination and thus give you something to work with when you go to work tomorrow.

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Echocardiography

Clive Elwood

Echocardiography is a key technique in the assessment of dogs and cats with cardiac disease. As with all diagnostic techniques a good basic understanding, combined with practice, instruction and reflective learning, are all important in developing clinical skill.

After reviewing basic positioning and the standard views, echocardiographic examinations of a range of congenital and acquired conditions will be shown. This case material will demonstrate some of the basic principles and techniques of M-mode, 2-B and Doppler echocardiography in dogs and cats and help delegates understand basic application to avoid pitfalls and problems.

Clive graduated from Cambridge University in 1989 and completed an internship and residency at Liverpool University Veterinary School and the Royal Veterinary College, University of London, respectively. He obtained a Certificate in Small Animal Cardiology in 1991 and, in 1995, he became a Diplomate of the American and European Colleges of Veterinary Internal Medicine. Clive has lectured and published widely and maintains his clinical activity and interest in many areas of canine and feline internal medicine. In 2009 he was awarded the BSAVA Melton Prize for meritorious contributions to small animal practice. From April 2010 he has been Managing Director of Davies Veterinary Specialists.

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Radiography Case Reports

Mike Herrtage

Mike Herrtage will discuss radiography case reports.
Mike Herrtage graduated from the Liverpool University and is currently Professor of Small Animal Medicine. He is Dean of the Cambridge Veterinary School and is in charge of the small animal medicine and diagnostic imaging services at the Queen’s Veterinary School Hospital. He was awarded the British Small Animal Veterinary Association (B.S.A.V.A.) Woodrow Award in 1986 for outstanding contributions in the field of small animal veterinary medicine and the B.S.A.V.A. Blaine Award for outstanding contributions to the advancement of small animal medicine in 2000.

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Abdominal Film Reading 2

Professor Mike Herrtage

The Webinar Vet is pleased to welcome back Professor Mike Herrtage for another of his radiography reading webinars

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Radiography Case Studies

Professor Mike Herrtage

The Webinar Vet is pleased to welcome back Professor Mike Herrtage for the third part of his radiography course.

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Radiography of the abdomen

Professor Mike Herrtage

The Webinar Vet is pleased to welcome back Professor Mike Herrtage for the second part of his radiography course. This time he is concentrating on radiography of the abdomen. Many of the delegates in the first part on radiography of the chest pleaded for one on abdominal radiography so here it is

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Interpreting Lung Patterns

Prof Mike Herrtage

Presented by Prof Mike Herrtage

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Diagnosis Of Canine Thoracic Limb Lameness

John Innes

Diagnosis Of Canine Thoracic Limb Lameness

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