Equine Referral Evening - Latest developments in treatments and techniques

£10.00

Delivery Mode

On site CPD

About this course

Join us for an evening of CPD on Tuesday 5th December.

Melanomas and sarcoids make up a large portion of equine skin tumours and benign neglect has long been advocated. Andy Fiske Jackson and Mike Hewetson will update us on new therapeutic alternatives that could make successful treatment, even in tricky locations might be feasible. Back pain, lameness, both?

Thilo Pfau is introducing new quantitative, objective assessment methods that will help answering these tricky questions. The evening will conclude with an introduction to mesotherapy as rehabilitation aid by Melanie Perrier. She will also share with her experiences with coil embolization for guttural pouch mycosis in standing horses with us.

Programme:

19.00 – 19.20 Electrochemotherapy for equine tumours – Andy Fiske Jackson (20min) 

19.30 – 19.50 Topical chemotherapy, surgery or vaccination – new approaches to melanomas – Mike Hewetson (20min) 

20.00 – 20.20 Lameness, back problem, both? New quantitative assessment methods – Thilo Pfau (20min) 

20.30 – 21.00 – Mesotherapy in rehabilitation and standing coil embolisation – Melanie Perrier (20min)

Lectures will commence at 7pm with registration and light refreshments from 6.30pm.

To attend we ask for a £10 per ticket donation to the RVC's charity, the Animal Care Trust.

To make your donation and register your place please book online or call the CPD Unit on 01707 666865.

Please note this evening of CPD is aimed at vets or those with an interest in veterinary medicine.  It is not a horse owner lecture.

Tutors

Andy Fiske-Jackson, BVSc MVetMed DipECVS FHEA MRCVS
Senior Lecturer in Equine Surgery
The Royal Veterinary College

Melanie Perrier, DrMedVet DipACVS DipECVS CERP
Lecturer in Equine Surgery

Mike Hewetson , Bsc BVSc DipECEIM MRCVS
Senior Lecturer in Equine Medicine
The Royal Veterinary College

Thilo Pfau, Dr.-Ing PhD
Senior Lecturer in Bio-Engineering
The Royal Veterinary College