Alina Pohl - Efficacy of Non-steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs for the Treatment of Acute Puerperal Metritis in Dairy Cows

August 10, 2017

Acute puerperal metritis (APM) is a potentially life threatening, painful disease and is often treated with third-generation cephalosporins. Due to increasing antibiotic resistance, Alina discusses the need to evaluate alternative therapies to antibiotics. Read more, view the slides and listen to the Q&A here

 

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 Veterinary Evidence Today
Edinburgh, 1-3 November 2016

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Alina Pohl - Efficacy of Non-steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs for the Treatment of Acute Puerperal Metritis in Dairy Cows Q&A

August 10, 2017

Q&A from Alina's talk at the Veterinary Evidence Today conference, Edinburgh November 1st, 2016. Read more, view the slides and listen to the full talk here.

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Adam Swallow - Are Novel Allergen or Hydrolysed Diets an Effective Means of Reducing the Gastro-intestinal Signs in Dogs With Inflammatory Bowel Disease When Compared to Oral Prednisolone?

August 7, 2017

In this Audio Summary Adam shares the evidence around whether hydrolysed diets reduce gastro-intestinal symptoms in dogs with chronic enteropathy. Read the full Knowledge Summary here.

Audio Summaries are a free resource that enables vets and vet nurses to access and digest relevant and up-to-date evidence quicker and easier! A time-saving way to make better and faster evidence-based decisions.

 

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Katie Waine - Clinical Audit Experiences of Veterinary Surgeons Undertaking Farm Animal Work in the UK Q&A

July 21, 2017

Q&A from Katie's talk at the Veterinary Evidence Today conference, Edinburgh November 2nd, 2016. Read more here.

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Katie Waine - Clinical Audit Experiences of Veterinary Surgeons Undertaking Farm Animal Work in the UK

July 21, 2017

Clinical audit can play an important part in improving the services offered by farm animal veterinary practices. Its current use however is very varied. Understanding experiences, considering concerns and taking into account the thoughts of veterinary surgeons is vital when creating guidance for the profession. Read more here or listen to this session's Q&A.

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Veterinary Evidence Today
Edinburgh, 1-3 November 2016

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Mike Clarke - Introduction to Systematic Reviews

June 30, 2017

In this talk, from the Veterinary Evidence Today conference 2016, Mike Clarke gives an introduction to systematic reviews.

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Veterinary Evidence Today
Edinburgh, 1-3 November 2016

 

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Louise Buckley - Are Dogs That Are Fed from a Raised Bowl at an Increased Risk of Gastric Dilation Volvulus Compared with Floor-Fed Dogs?

June 21, 2017

Louise gives a short Audio Summary of her paper 'Are Dogs That Are Fed from a Raised Bowl at an Increased Risk of Gastric Dilation Volvulus Compared with Floor-Fed Dogs?'.

Read the full Knowledge Summary here.

Audio Summaries are a free resource that enables vets and vet nurses to access and digest relevant and up-to-date evidence quicker and easier! A time-saving way to make better and faster evidence-based decisions.

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Amanda Boag - Are Blood Lactate Levels Better Than a Crystal Ball – the Veterinary Evidence Base

June 16, 2017

Blood lactate levels are a simple and inexpensive parameter that is increasingly available to practitioners in both emergency medicine and general practice. But what does it really tell us? But does the data support that? In this session we will briefly review lactate physiology and then focus on the small animal veterinary evidence base – how has it evolved, what do we now know and where are the gaps in knowledge and potential misinterpretations that could affect our use of this clinical tool.

 

Veterinary Evidence Today
Edinburgh, 1-3 November 2016

 

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