Practical Sample Techniques in Exotics - held via Zoom
Date: Wednesday 16th June 2021 7.45pm
Talk by Ian Sayers BVSc CertZooMed MRCVS. Ian is an Advanced Practitioner in Zoological Medicine and has been involved in zoo and ‘exotic’ practice for many years. Amongst his many roles he has been involved in cheetah research; worked with a number of zoological collections; taught at Bristol University for 9 years; lectured nationally and internationally and authored a number of articles and book chapters. Currently he provides an ‘exotic’ only consultancy via Greenbay Vets in Torquay; is Veterinary Consultant to Shaldon Wildlife Trust (Zoo) and Exotics Clinical Consultant for VPG Leeds.
Ians’ talk is to try and remove the fear from exotic phlebotomy by giving a very practically based approach to obtaining blood samples from a number of commonly presented avian, reptile and small mammal patients. The aim is to inform delegates of the important aspects of what they need to know in order to obtain suitable blood samples. Hopefully it will give confidence and encourage delegates to attempt or improve their exotic phlebotomy skills and enable an improved level of care for their clients pets.
Kindly sponsored by VPG Leeds.
Held via Zoom.
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