Recorded Equine lecture series 2023: Upper airway noise - what does it mean?

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Online Recorded Equine Lecture

Course Length: Two hours

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Upper airway disorders in the horse are a common cause of poor performance, often presenting with an abnormal respiratory noise noted by the owner. There are many different options for the management and treatment of these common disorders. In this lecture, Alex Hawkins, Clinician in Equine Surgery at RVC Equine, will provide a brief overview of this topic including some of the more recent advances in this field.

2023 lectures also available as recordings:

Wednesday 1st March - Keeping horses healthy: Preventative healthcare 

Wednesday 31st May - No foot, no horse: Feet and farriery

Wednesday 2nd August - Brushing up on tying up: Muscle disorders

Wednesday 4th October - Strains and sprains: Tendon and ligament injuries


Alex Hawkins, BSc BVSc MVetMed DipECVS MRCVS
Lecturer in Equine Surgery
Royal Veterinary College