School of Veterinary Medicine and Science
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Ears and Feet

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Date Tuesday 5 October 2021
Duration 8 hours
Speakers Stephen Shaw, Rob White and Kate Griffiths
Location School of Veterinary Medicine and Science
Sutton Bonington Campus
Cost £355 | £319.50 for online bookings | £284 for alumni
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Overview

This course will combine lectures and interactive case-based sessions to build on delegates’ existing knowledge of ear and foot disease in dogs and cats, and equip them to deal confidently with these cases in their daily practice. It will include recent thinking on the parallels between chronic otitis and chronic pododermatitis, and some of the more unusual and/or controversial conditions of the feet and claws. The course will be relaxed in format, and delegate participation and questions will be welcomed! 

Topics to be covered

  • Current thinking on the pathogenesis, diagnosis and medical management of 
    • otitis externa/media 
    • pedal disease (including chronic canine pododermatitis, claw disease)
  • When is surgical intervention required and what can it achieve? 
 

Learning objectives

 

At the end of this course, delegates should be able to:

 

  • Manage cases of otic and pedal disease confidently, based on an up-to-date understanding of their pathogenesis and the available therapeutic options  
  • Decide when surgical intervention is required and understand the relative merits of the surgical options 
  • Recognise and manage some of the more unusual conditions affecting the feet of dogs and cats 
 

Required delegate attributes

This course is aimed at practitioners of all levels of experience who would like to bring themselves up to date on the diagnosis and management of these commonly presenting conditions.
 

 

Kindly Sponsored by Vetruus, a Nextmune company

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Veterinary CPD Education Centre

School of Veterinary Medicine and Science
University of Nottingham
Sutton Bonington Campus
Leicestershire, LE12 5RD

0115 951 6647

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