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Gingivitis or Gingivostomatitis - what’s the difference?

Dentistry and Oral Surgery

It is not uncommon for cats of all ages to suffer from oral inflammation, and sometimes it can be hard to distinguish between gingivitis and gingivostomatitis. Cats can also be asymptomatic carriers of calicivirus, which can confuse the diagnostic pathway. How do we tell the diseases apart, and what are the best treatments?

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Feline Epilepsy

Neurology

Both cats and dogs suffer from seizures, however the diagnostic and treatment approach for cats differ greatly from their canine companions, and, at times, it can seem frustrating and challenging.

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Mythbusters: Anaesthesia Unveiled Part II

Anaesthesia & Analgesia

Common small animal anaesthesia myths and misconceptions

We hope our evidence-based facts will replace these common myths and provide enhanced knowledge and confidence regarding anaesthesia in everyday practice....

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Mythbusters: Anaesthesia Unveiled Part I

Anaesthesia & Analgesia

Common small animal anaesthesia myths and misconceptions

Small animal anaesthesia is very much a routine procedure but compared to human anaesthesia (perianaesthetic risk of death 0.002%) could be classed as high risk...

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Gabapentin and Pregabalin as Analgesics

Anaesthesia & Analgesia

The results of a recent survey amongst North American vets by Reader and Colleagues (2021) highlighted the high prescription frequency of gabapentin (with 69% of participants prescribing it on a daily to weekly basis)...

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Taking the Shame out of Mistakes: Practical Scenarios from Anaesthesia and VetSafe

Anaesthesia & Analgesia

How can we equip our teams to deal with mistakes? This webinar will explore the reasons why mistakes are made and a systems approach to managing them involving the whole team...

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When can I recommend electrochemotherapy?

Oncology

Electrochemotherapy is a treatment which we have been offering at NDSR for the last 4 years. It has become a very useful part of our armoury for both improving the quality of life in animals with non-resectable cancer and for preventing the recurrence of incompletely excised tumours...

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Webinar

Canine Vestibular Disease – Central versus Peripheral

Neurology

Not just head tilt! In this presentation Bethan will guide you in this seemingly simple but neurologically complicated system, its clinical signs and aetiology. Is the neurological examination still the gold standard for the localisation, i.e. peripheral, central, paradoxical? Or has advanced imaging drastically improved the diagnosis, added a large amount of information and shifted this paradigm? ...

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Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP)

Internal Medicine

Feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) is a condition caused by feline coronavirus (FCoV). FCoV is a large, enveloped RNA virus, which is very common in cats (around 40% of the domestic cat population are seropositive, increasing to 90% in multi-cat households), and generally causes only mild intestinal signs...

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A Surgical Approach to Skin Tumours

Soft Tissue Surgery

Skin tumours are frequently seen in dogs and cats.

In this webinar, Emma Hall, Diplomate in Small Animal Surgery, discusses a practical clinical approach to the diagnosis, staging and surgical management of some of the most commonly seen tumours...

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