LIVE LECTURE

Endoscopy on Rabbits and GIT issues

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About the webinar

In this program, participants will learn about 10 Common Toxins in both dogs and cats that are treated by the APCC and in clinical practice! Participants will learn the mechanism of action and toxicokinetics of each agent. Toxic thresholds will also be discussed and the symptoms expected to occur at and above those thresholds. Finally participates will learn the decontamination and treatment recommendations for each toxin.

You will be able to join the live webinar directly from this page.

When is it?

Note: This webinar is being recorded. If you are unable to attend the live lecture, a link to the recording will be shared with you a few days following the lecture.

Live Webinars

This webinar starts at 19:30 AEST
on June 13, 2024.

1 Structured CE Credit

Race Approval Pending

Ana Boncea

Speaker Credentials

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Dr Philip Judge

BVSc MVS PG Cert Vet Clin Stud MACVSc (Vet. Emergency and Critical Care; Medicine of Dogs)
Philip graduated from Massey University in New Zealand in 1992, and spent 7 years in small animal practice before undertaking a 3-year residency in veterinary emergency and critical care at the University of Melbourne in 1998.

Following his residency, Philip worked for nearly 6 years at the Animal Emergency Centre in Melbourne, becoming the Senior Veterinarian at the centre in 2004. In 2006, Philip undertook a 1-year surgical externship before moving to Townsville to take up the position of Senior Lecturer in Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care at JCU.
Philip is also co-founder, and director of Vet Education Pty Ltd (www.veteducation.com) – one of Australia’s leading providers of online continuing education for veterinarians and veterinary nurses.

Philip has published numerous manuals and guides concerning emergency medicine, including a CRI manual, haematology and biochemistry interpretation guide, emergency anaesthesia guide, and a ventilation therapy manual for small animals, in addition to being published in peer reviewed literature.

Philip’s key interests in veterinary science include respiratory emergencies, ventilation therapy, envenomations and toxicology.