Veterinary CPD Meetings
We offer a range of CPD services to local practices and referring vets relating to cardio-thoracic disease and diagnostic imaging.
These include free evening CPD meetings, course days and practical CPD tailored to your specific practice needs for example:
- Getting the best from your ultrasound machine.
- Radiograph assessment and ECG reading.
Sussex Veterinary Society Talk Wednesday November 15th 2017
Managing degenerative Myxomatous Valvular Disease - New Tricks for Old Dogs
Managing heart disease in dogs is a common part of every day veterinary practice. Degenerative myxomatous valvular disease, or mitral valve disease, is the most common acquired heart disease in dogs. Many older, typically small breed dogs develop a heart murmur and some ultimately developing heart failure.
Despite the conditions prevalence knowing how best to advise owners regarding managing these patients can sometimes be difficult even for experienced clinicians.
There have been a number of very exciting developments in managing degenerative myxomatous valvular disease recently, both in the clinical and pre-clinical stages.
This talk will review the diagnosis of degenerative myxomatous valvular disease and discuss its staging, monitoring and therapy. There will also be scope for discussion of some of the commonly encountered difficulties encountered in general practice.
Gavin McAulay is a cardiologist at New Priory Vets Brighton with over ten years of experience in managing cardio-respiratory referrals. Gavin is an RCVS Cardiology Diploma candidate and as well as working within private practice is a visiting clinician at the Glasgow University Veterinary School.
7pm for 7.30pm start. Wednesday November 15th 7 for 7.30 Ardingly Show Ground
Lingfield Venue Lecture Room
South of England Event Centre
South of England Showground
£22 per person for Sussex Vet Society Members, or non-member nurses and support staff. £32 per person for other non-members. Sussex Vet Society membership is £20 annually, with 6 CPD meetings annually.
Includes refreshments on arrival and a two course buffet supper.
Advances in heart failure management
This evening talk will review heart failure management in dogs - from diagnosis to treatment.
There have been some exciting developments in the diagnosis and treatment of heart disease in dogs in recent years but knowing which drugs to use and when to use them can seem bewildering. Brighton Cardiologist Gavin McAulay will include simple practical tips which can positively impact on the management of heart disease in your patients - with an opportunity for questions and discussion during the evening.
- Is this dog in heart failure? - pitfalls and practicalities.
- When to treat, what drugs to use and why?
- How should I monitor my patients?
Venue: Leatherhead Golf Club Kingston Road Leatherhead Surrey KT22 0EE Fees: BSAVA Member FREE Non Member Vet £45 inc VAT, Non Member Nurse £12 inc VAT Booking: www.bsava.com/CPD
& The stuff you really want to know about sarcoma management in dogs and cats.
Andrew Denning from New Priory Vets Brighton and Gerry Polton from NDSR will discuss the importance of imaging in the staging and treatment of your cancer patient and in particular the imaging and management of sarcomas in dogs and cats
Wednesday 5th October –7:30- 9:30pm. Brighton and Hove Golf Club, Devils Dyke BN1 8YJ. Food provided from 7pm.
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Webinar Management of dogs with advanced heart failure
Wednesday 24th Jan 2018
Although there have been important advances in our understanding and treatment of canine heart disease unfortunately heart disease is usually a progressive condition.
Dog owners have higher expectations for both the survival time and the quality of life of dogs with heart disease than every before.
Vets are increasingly required to manage dogs with heart failure who may have been on standard heart failure for some time. Clinical signs in these dogs inevitably progress, with patients potentially developing a number of associated complications.
This talk will look at the some of complications that may be associated with more advanced heart failure in dogs and considerations when deciding on a treatment strategy for managing these dogs.
Gavin McAulay Cardio-respiratory referrals, New Priory Vets Brighton
Kindly sponsored by Vetoquinol