Virtual Conference

150+ CE Hours / Access to Replays through Aug. 2022 / Discounted Pricing Now Available

Equine Program

Macarena Sanz

DVM, DACVIM

Debra Sellon

DVM, DACVIM

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Friday, October 1, 2021

Infectious Disease In-Depth

The goal of these sessions is to provide in depth but practical knowledge of infectious diseases that are relevant to the equine practitioner. Bacterial and viral diseases that are commonly seen in the area will be discussed using a case-based approach; relevant recent publications will also be reviewed. In addition, relevant emergent and foreign infectious diseases as well as the importance of biosecurity will be discussed.

Lynn Caldwell

DVM

Saturday, October 2, 2021

Dentistry

These 3 sessions will cover equine dental treatment planning and procedures for general practitioners.

Rachel Gottleib

DVM

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Saturday, October 3, 2021

Lameness, Diagnostic Imaging and Rehabilitation

Dr. Gottlieb’s presentation will cover aspects of the soundness exam as it pertains to sport horses, and discuss the concept of equine athletic health, as well as the nuances in approaching each patient as an individual. Discussion of cases, failures and successes will be integrated with a focus on regenerative medicine, rehabilitation, and diagnostic imaging.

Sarah Reuss

VMD, DACVIM

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Sunday, October 3, 2021

Equine Internal Medicine: Asthma and Neurology

Dr. Reuss’ presentation covers equine asthma, including updated terminology, risk factors, and practical diagnosis in the first hour. The second hour will focus on the three-part asthma treatment algorithm. The second half of the morning session will focus on equine neurology. The first hour will use pictures and videos to provide an in-depth review on how to perform and interpret an equine neurologic exam. The final hour will provide updates on the current thoughts surrounding Equine Herpes Myeloencephalopathy, focusing on treatment and prevention.

Patricia Talcott

MS, PhD, DVM, DABVT

Sunday, October 3, 2021

Equine and Production Animal Toxicology

These two presentations will cover the most common causes of toxicology issues that face both equine and production animals, as well as a few uncommon but potential future toxicology issues. The use of case reports will review the diagnostic criteria that will assist a veterinarian in identifying these toxins, and will also include clinical signs, clinical pathologic data, gross and histologic changes, and treatment options.