On Demand | Tracheobronchomalacia: where does that murmur fit in? | Dr Phil Brain 1 CPD Points


Coughing is a presenting complaint that practitioners commonly see in practice. Yet, the cause of this common clinical sign can remain elusive. In particular, many previously accepted concepts regarding the role of cardiac disease in coughing have been challenged and this webinar highlights these developments.

Price levels

12 Dec 2022 to 18 Jan 2024
Associate $ 25.00
Full Member $ 25.00
New Graduate $ 25.00
Non-Member $ 50.00
Student $ 25.00
Small Animal - Associate $ 0.00
Small Animal - Full Member $ 0.00
Small Animal - New Graduate $ 0.00

Who should attend

Veterinarians, New Grads, Students

Learning outcome

Participants will learn about chronic coughing in general and understand the underlying causes of chronic coughing. The role that cardiac disease plays in chronic coughing will be discussed and participants will gain a good understanding of this role. Through multiple case-based discussions, participants will be taken through investigation and treatment of the most common causes of coughing, in particular tracheobronchomalacia. Finally, participants will be introduced to the concepts of tracheal stenting and gain an understanding of what to tell their clients regarding this important new technique.

Further details

This webinar is free for ASAV members.

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Dr Philip Brain
Philip H Brain graduated from the University of Sydney in 1985 and after 13 years in general practice, completed a residency program in small animal medicine at the Veterinary Specialist Centre, North Ryde, NSW and gained his Fellowship in Small Animal Medicine from the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists in 2007. Previously Phil has been an examiner for the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists in small animal and canine medicine and continues to be a mentor and supervisor for candidates. Phil served on ASAVA (as it was) executive for 19 years including a Presidential term, two terms as Honorary Secretary and ASAVA scientific convener for 10 years. He was recognized with an AVA Meritorious Service Award in 1999, the ASAVA Distinguished Service Award in 2005 and a special ASAVA outstanding service award in 2010. He became the first veterinarian to receive a Chartered Membership (CMAVA) of the AVA in 2004. Phil was scientific convener for FASAVA Congress held in Beijing in 2014 and for the 2017 congress held on the Gold Coast. He was recognized with a service to veterinary nursing award in 1997 and was the first veterinarian to be awarded honorary membership of the Veterinary Nurses Council of Australia in 2003. He was awarded a fellowship from the AVA in 2007 in recognition of his service to the profession. In 2016, he was proud to receive the ASAVA’s Small Animal Practitioner of the Year, a national award and in 2017, to also receive the Federation of Asian Small Animal Veterinary Associations- Hills Small Animal Practitioner of the Year, an international award honouring veterinarians in the Asian Pacific region. He was the first Australian to receive this award. Phil is a registered specialist in small animal medicine and is currently practicing at the Small Animal Specialist Hospital (SASH) in North Ryde, Sydney and clinical interests include cardiology, endoscopy and interventional techniques.

On Demand | Tracheobronchomalacia: where does that murmur fit in? | Dr Phil Brain

Start: 18 January 2023, 8:00PM
End: 18 January 2024, 9:00PM
$ 50.00
Registration closes on 18 January 2024
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