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How to Manage Canine Status Epilepticus
Learning Objectives Status epilepticus is a serious, life-threatening disorder for which ther..
£35.00
Approach to the Ataxic Horse
Many different diseases can cause ataxia in horses. This talk covers an appropriate diagnostic pl..
£35.00
Approach to the Neurologic Neonate
Speaker Andy Van Eps Support and Resource Recorded at the NAVC Conference 2013. T..
£35.00
Approach to the Stiff Horse
Speaker Andy Van Eps Support and Resource Recorded at the NAVC Conference 2013. T..
£35.00
Approach to the Weak Horse
The most important causes of weakness in horses include botulism and Equine Motor Neuron Disease ..
£35.00
Approach to Vestibular Disease
Horses may suddenly lose their balance due to either central or peripheral vestibular disease. Co..
£35.00
Intestinal Encephalopathy
One of the most common metabolic causes of abnormal behavior in horses is hyperammonemia from int..
£35.00
Pelvic Limb Lameness -  Is it Orthopedic or Neurologic?
You are the most versatile and valuable diagnostic tool in your practice. This case-based present..
£35.00
Seizures: What to Do
A 1200 lb horse having a seizure is frightening! This short talk will discuss emergency treatment..
£35.00
Skeletal Muscle Biopsy Techniques
Increase your diagnostic capabilities and client services! This session reviews skeletal muscle b..
£35.00
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