When presented with a bird or reptile, the disease is often extremely challenging. In this course we will discuss aspects of avian and reptile husbandry and management. We will then deal with history taking, visual and physical examination, clinical pathology testing and interpretation, anesthesia, imaging and endoscopy, with the love that once completed, delegates will be able to accurately access husbandry, form a realistic differential diagnosis list. In this paper, we present the results of a series of endoscopic examinations performed in a patient-controlled study. Effective way to optimize prognosis for a full recovery.
On the first day The Following topics will be covered in lectures and presentations box:
Avian Husbandry of standard avian groups
Reptile husbandry of standard reptile groups
Avian history collection, visual and physical examination
Reptile history collection, visual and physical examination
Avian anesthesia, clinical pathology testing and interpretation
Reptile anesthesia, clinical pathology testing and interpretation
Introduction to endoscopy
Maintaining Biosecurity in the Exotic Vet Facility
Frank and honest topical discussions will Be Encouraged During the dedicated issue times, with speakers sharing Their Successes and failures in order to maximize the learning experience for all Attending veterinarians. Day 1 will conclude with an optional race course which will give delegates the opportunity to get to know each other and to spend more time with the speakers.
On the second day, after a further introduction to endoscopy equipment and techniques, the 4-hour practical session will give expectations the opportunity to put in practice on cadaver specimens and to ask questions in small groups (2-5 awaited), all under The supervision of the race tutors.
Day 2 will finish with case discussions. Attendees will be encouraged to bring cases with them for discussion in this session.