LinkedIn Offer ? The World?s Largest Vet Congress ? VC2021

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El congreso veterinario en línea más grande del mundo

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A Gift For My LinkedIn Colleagues & Followers

I'm offering all my LinkedIn colleagues and followers 6 hours of free continuing education to help you get 2021 professional development off with a bang, including:

Fifty shades of red ? How do I know if this patient suffers from conjunctivitis, uveitis or glaucoma?

?Red eye? is a very frequent presenting ocular complaint. Learn to differentiate between its most common causes-conjunctivitis, uveitis and glaucoma based on their clinical presentation and simple diagnostic tests

Topic: Small Animal
Calf Management in the Dairy Herd: the Protocol and Process Approach

Young stock rearing on the dairy farm regards the investment in the future. Therefore, it deserves full attention of farm management to avoid economic losses and to safeguard welfare, health and productivity.

Topic: Bovine
Improving your ovulation prediction skills

For pregnancy rates to be maximal, normal mares should be bred within 48 hours of ovulation. For mares bred artificially, insemination should be even closer to ovulation: within 24 hours for chilled semen and within eight hours for frozen semen. A major part of the practitioner?s work is the examination of mares to stage oestrus and predict ovulation. There are a wide range of parameters used to estimate the time of ovulation and thereby the optimum time for breeding.

Topic: Equine Reproduction
Perineal hernia. Tips to fix it safely!

Perineal hernias occur when pelvic diaphragm muscles fail to support the rectal wall. Initial medical management should be followed by surgery to repair the hernia. During this webinar, we will discuss diagnosis and review anatomy and all surgical steps, from patient preparation to completion of surgery. Tips to safely reduce and suture the hernia, postoperative management and complications will be discussed.

Topic: Surgery
Common therapeutics in Cardiology. Why they work and when to use them
Topic: Cardiology
Sheep Dairy Husbandry
Topic: Sheep