Managing the equine respiratory patient

Key Information

CPD Hours: 7 hours

Course Outline

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This course last ran 20 Nov 2017, we may be releasing new dates soon, please contact us for further information.

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Course Information

Key Areas
  • Diagnostic approach and management of the equine respiratory patient
  • Brochoalveolar lavage and cytology practical techniques with handy hints and tips
  • Equine asthma - redefining IAD and RAO
About this course

Due to tutor availability we have had to unfortunately cancel this course.  We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Respiratory disease in the horse can be a frequent cause of morbidity and is often suspected of causing poor performance. This practically orientated course will discuss the most up to date understanding and terminology following the publication of the 2016 revised ACVIM consensus statement on Inflammatory Airway Disease of horses.

We will also take delegates through clinical presentations, a hands on demonstration of brochoalveolar lavage, and allow everyone time to individually review airway cytology case slides with on hand experts to ask for help and tips. We will round up the day with discussions on treatment and management of these patients. Delegates are welcome to bring details/cytology slides from challenging or problem cases for discussion.

PLEASE NOTE - the course date has changed since the brochure went to print.


Professor of Equine Clinical Studies
The Royal Veterinary College

Kate English, BSc BVetMed PGCAP FRCPath FHEA MRCVS
Lecturer in Veterinary Clinical Pathology
The Royal Veterinary College