Get up to speed on the latest in respiratory medicine and oncology from a value packed 2 days at the Hilton Darwin for veterinarians and nurses.
Mast cell tumours are known as the “Great Imposter” because they can masquerade as any other type of skin cancer. Are you confident you can tell the difference? Learn from oncology specialist Rod Straw everything you need to know about the most common skin cancer in dogs and more.
Respiratory diagnostics can be difficult. The diagnosis of pneumonia hinges on the chest radiograph but knowing when to take chest radiographs can be tricky. The veterinarian must put together findings from the history, physical examination, and possibly response to initial therapies to decide if radiographs should be checked. Aaron Herndon, from the University of Queensland, will take you through what you need to know about respiratory diagnostics, radiographs and more.
There is a packed nurses program as well and Aaron and Rod will talk on aspects of nursing acute respiratory distress, palliative care and much more. In addition Penny Dobson from Hills will speak on the importance of having a healthy gut while Eva Haupt from Boehringer -Ingelheim will talk about nursing dogs with heart valve problems.
So come on up to the Top End and refresh yourself with the latest on these medical conditions from the experts in the convivial and relaxed atmosphere of the NT.