LAHP1 RUMINANTS- CATTLE SAFETY
CATTLE PRACTICAL CLASSES: How to be safe and look after the cows
Mayfarm: 12 crushes (3 new) and new holding yard
o Clinical examination practical
o Anaesthesia practical (See VETS4133)
o Cattle practicals - 3 different yar
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Has the horse had previous episodes of colic?
Is the paddock where the horse grazes sandy?
Other than pasture is the horse fed anything else and has there been any
recent changes to the diet?
Is there a history of any other concurrent or
DISEASES OF THE ORAL CAVITY
Be familiar with disorders that affect the oral cavity (etiology, management, and
Actinobacillosis or Woody tongue is caused by
Actinobacillus ligneresii. Actinobacill
URINARY TRACT DISORDERS
Dysuria - difficult or painful urination
Stranguria - slow and painful urination
Pollakiuria - frequent urination with passage of a small volume
Hematuria - Blood in the urine
Pyuria - Pus in urine
Bacteriuria - Bacteri
NEONATAL DISEASES AND WEANER
MANAGEMENT AND PREVENTION OF NEONATAL DISEASES
Be familiar with common causes of neonatal losses in the peripartum period.
Identify risk factors for neonatal losses in the peripartum period.
THE PERIPARTUM PERIOD
CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE IN
Be familiar with common causes of cardiac disease
Develop problem solving skills to rule in and rule out differential
diagnoses of cardiac disease in ruminants.
Be aware of management options for cardiac diseases of r
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UNIT OF STUDY HANDBOOK
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Dr Mariano Makara
C O P Y R I G H T
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