Reproductive Emergencies in Small Animal Practice
Get the latest updates in managing reproductive emergencies in dogs and cats with this 4-week interactive and tutor guided course for Veterinary Nurses/Technicians.
What you'll learn
Reproductive emergencies encompass conditions ranging from disorders of mating and pregnancy, through to dystocia, pyometra and testicular torsion.
This course will cover all of these and more – including neonatal care, caesarean, eclampsia, reproductive cytology, mastitis and more! Full of practical tips, the latest research, and useful tables and resources, this course is essential value for anyone dealing with small animal reproduction!
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Get the latest updates on how to best treat reproductive emergencies in dogs and cats!
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