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Heidi Knightly

June 26th 7pm AEST (Melbourne time)

In this webinar, participants will learn about the important role of avian clinical pathology in practice and understand that even in a clinical setting where the avian patient is not common, the veterinary staff can perform some basic tests to get a baseline on the health of the avian patient. Avian patients are the masters of deceit and will hide a myriad of diseases due to being a prey species. We will discuss what tests can be done, from basic non-invasive testing to the more extensive testing options. Demonstrate sampling techniques and which technique is best suited to each test. Discussion on blood volume and the difference between avian and mammalian cells. Finally, we will look at the interpretation of the test results and what this means for our avian patient.

Available internationally except the US and Canada

All ticketholders will receive a recording of the event

$44 Non Members

$33 Silver members

FREE Gold members

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Nelly Flynn

June 6th 2022

7pm AEST (Sydney/Melbourne time)

All ticketholders receive a recording after the event

Encephalitozoon cuniculi is a protozoan parasite that bears remembering if you are working with rabbits and other exotic animals. A prevalent parasite in many areas of the world, this protozoan parasite affects a large number of rabbits who may remain asymptomatic and continue the spread. Those that do end up symptomatic can have sudden onset neurologic, ophthalmic, and renal diseases that can leave long lasting damage. In this talk we will be going over the basics of the parasite, symptoms, diagnosis, as well as options for treatment and management.

Available internationally except the US and Canada

$44 Non Members

$33 Silver members

FREE Gold members