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Top 5 Small Ruminant Emergencies

Course 61: Top 5 Small Ruminant Emergencies – Solved!

The majority of small ruminant owners who use a veterinarian use them for emergency work, not routine work. Managing emergencies well can open the door to make a greater impact through herd health and preventative medicine.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

Top 5 Bovine Emergencies - Solved

Course 60: Top 5 Bovine Emergencies – Solved!

Whether you are a recent graduate or a seasoned practitioner, handling emergencies takes mental preparation and great client communication. Here, I tackle the big 5 emergencies in cattle: bloat, down cow, dystocia, uterine prolapse and...

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

Fluid Therapy for Adult Cattle

Course 59: Fluid Therapy for Adult Cattle

Older calves and adult cattle often require large volumes of fluids to adequately replace losses, which you can accomplish in the field with a little creativity! I’ll review all the ways to administer fluids, give you some base fluid recipes as well as how to...

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

Sperm Morphology: Building a Spermiogram

Course 58: Sperm Morphology: Building a Spermiogram

Dr. Jennifer Koziol, one of the coauthors of the new Society for Theriogenology bull BSE guidelines gives you everything you need to know about sperm morphology. She goes through all of the most important defects, how to recognize them, what causes them...

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

Small Ruminant Mastitis

Course 57: Small Ruminant Mastitis

Learn how to manage small ruminant mastitis from small ruminant pro, Dr. Pippa Gibbons! She reviews risk factors, pathogens, testing (including videos!), selection of intramammary and systemic antimicrobials, supportive therapy for gangrenous and toxic mastitis, ....

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

Herd Health Considerations for the Small Landholder

Course 56: Herd Health Considerations for the Small Landholder

Hobby farms. Backyard operations. Funny farms. Whatever you call them, they are multiplying!Do you serve hobby farms and small family farm operations? Well check this out...

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

*Almost* Everything You Need To Know About Camelids

Course 55: *Almost* Everything You Need To Know About Camelids

Whether you’re new to camelids or seasoned, there’s something in this module for you! In this module, I cover handling, examination, herd health issues like vaccinations and parasites...

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 2

We Will Not Be De - feet - ed

Course 54: We Will Not Be De – feet – ed

We will discuss getting a diagnosis, use of systemic antimicrobials, use of local antimicrobial therapy, options for analgesia, surgical options and clients education points.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

You Too Can Be a Pet Pig Doctor

Course 53: You, Too, Can Be a Pet Pig Doctor

Pet pigs have experienced cyclic popularity and more of us are being asked to provide care for them.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

Tracheostomy Placement and Maintenance

Course 52: Tracheostomy Placement and Maintenance

Tracheostomy placement is an infrequent but emergent procedure required in large animal practice.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 0.5

Top 10 Things You Need To Know About Goat Pneumonia

Course 51: Top 10 Things You Need To Know About Goat Pneumonia

Here are the top 10 things veterinarians want goat producers to know about pneumonia. From environment to antibiotic issues to internet forum advice, this is very practical...

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 0

Course 50: Rectal Prolapse Repair

Well, it doesn’t get much grosser than this. Rectal prolapse happens for a variety of reasons in all of our livestock species.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 0.5

Course 49: Cerebrospinal Fluid Tap

The CSF tap is a super useful procedure that can give you a hand up on diagnosing meningeal worm, meningitis, listeria and other CNS diseases.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 0.5

Physical Examination of Ruminants

Course 48: Physical Examination of Ruminants

The physical examination is the foundation of all medical workups. A thorough, systematic exam becomes even more critical where ancillary diagnostic options are limited.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 0.5

Course 47: Claw Amputation

Claw or digit amputation may be used to address deep septic or other severe diseases of the distal digit in cattle and the other two-toed beasts. It results in a rapid reduction in lameness and return to comfort and productivity.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 0.5

Tube cystostomy

Course 46: Tube Cystostomy

Tube cystostomy provides relief of obstructive urolithiasis by diverting urine through a catheter to allow rest and healing of the urethra. It is considered to be the best option for preserving breeding ability and...

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 0.5

Course 45: Ugh, Skin Stuff!

Skin problems are our reality and many of these conditions are at the very least irritating and sometimes even painful to our patients. Using photos, we will work our way through skin conditions...

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

Course 44: Care of Geriatric Camelids

Older llamas and alpacas have earned the right to a little extra special care. Here, I’ll discuss the nutritional and health concerns that we can address to ensure that our older friends thrive late in life.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 0

Course 43: Heat Stress Mitigation in Camelids

Camelids are exquisitely sensitive to the heat and especially humidity of some areas of North America; they were made to live at the tops of mountains! Here, I’ll discuss heat stress and the damage it can do and share some practical tips on minimizing the effect of heat on llamas and alpacas.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 0

Course 42 Pinkeye in Cattle

Painful eyes are costly in terms of animal welfare and lost production, so what does the evidence say? We will look at the literature on various treatments, including medical and surgical options, and prevention.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

Course 41 Medical Decision Making

The good news: in ruminants, we get diagnoses right greater than 80% of the time. How can we get even better and what factors play a role in our decision-making ability at any given moment?

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

Course 40 Rumen Surgery

From chronic bloat to foreign bodies to hardware abscesses, there are many indications to open up a rumen and have a look inside. In this module, I’ll cover the indications for rumen surgery...

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 0.5

Course 39 Sustainable Parasite Management – The Beef Edition

Since the dawn of man, we have dewormed every single animal twice per year. Lather, rinse, repeat. This has led to widespread anthelmintic resistance that is now being recognized in cattle...

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

Course 38 Caesarean Section in Pigs

Baby piglets are conveniently shaped like footballs and exit pretty easily under normal circumstances. But when they don’t it’s a mess. You’ll walk away with exactly what you need to do your next or first one!

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 0.5

Course 37 Bull Breeding Soundness Exams – More Than a Wiggle Test

Large animal practitioners have the opportunity to make a large impact on cattle operations both large and small every year when they perform annual bull breeding soundness exams.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

Course 36 Turning the Individual Case into Herd Health

Want to make a larger impact on animal health for your clients and pick up new clients? Veterinarians have long been known as broken cow fixers, but we are so much more.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

Course 35 Pain Management in Small Ruminants

Small ruminants require special consideration when it comes to analgesic drugs and techniques and their small size allows us to perform some techniques not feasible in larger ruminants.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

Course 34 Pour Some Sugar on Me – Female Prolapses

Well, the insides are on the outsides. Now what? This module covers replacement and aftercare of vaginal/cervical prolapses and uterine prolapses.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

Course 33 Ruminant Caesarean Section Techniques

The ruminant C-section is deconstructed and presented by using videos for every step. This module is full of tips and tricks and visuals to leave you confident and prepared!

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

Course 32 Field Survival Guide

This one is super fun, guys. We’ll talk all about working in the field, the good, the bad, and the ugly. Providing ambulatory service is so important to how we serve our clients and it is good for our souls too!

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

Course 31 Anesthesia and Surgery of the Eye

This session is full of photos and videos demonstrating anesthetic and surgical procedures for eyes. Seven clinical skills and their indications are presented.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

Course 30 Bovine Leukemia and Lymphoma

Bovine leukemia and lymphoma are the severe, but uncommon sequelae of BLV infection. In this session, we will review the nature of the virus, along with the prevalence of the virus versus the prevalence of the disease.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

Course 29 Herd Health Considerations for Sheep and Goats

Interpretation of the CBC and serum biochemistry is an art based on science and some physiologic quirks of the ruminants need to be kept in mind. We will go over the most important analyses and their interpretation.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

Course 28 Interpretation of Bloodwork in Ruminants

Ever struggled to find the answer in that mess of numbers? Using background information and bloodwork from real cases, we will discuss the interpretation of the CBC and serum chemistry in light of clinical findings.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

Course 27 Blood Transfusion in Ruminants

This session provides all you need to know about performing blood transfusion, from causes of anemia and hypoproteinemia to evaluating the need for transfusion through to transfusion logistics.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

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