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Equine and food animal: Veterinary CE

Poisonous Plants: Plants Affecting the Reproductive System

July 23, 2010

In this on-demand course, the important plants and their toxins capable of causing abortions, congenital abnormalities and reproductive failure in horses and livestock are all reviewed. (1 CE credit)

Health Management of Nursery-Stage Pigs

July 23, 2010

At the end of this module, practitioners should be able to describe the changes in immune status of the piglet that occur upon weaning, and much more. (2 CE credits)

Health Management in the Grower/Finisher Stage

July 23, 2010

At the end of this module, practitioners should be able to list the industry targets for desired average daily gain, days to market, and market weight, and more. (2 CE credits)

Bovine Lameness

July 23, 2010

This course covers the fundamentals of bovine lameness, including its diagnosis and treatment. (1 CE credit)

Poisonous Plants: Plants Affecting the Integumentary System

July 23, 2010

This course will enable you to recognize the signs of photodermatitis associated with a variety of plants. (1 CE credit)

Poisonous Plants: Plants Affecting the Nervous System

July 23, 2010

In this course, the important neurotoxic plants capable of causing a variety of neurological problems in animals are discussed. (1 CE credit)

Farrowing Management/Neonatal Piglet Enteric Diseases

July 23, 2010

At the end of this module, practitioners should be able to describe the different stages of swine production, and much more. (2 CE credits)

Incorporating Beef Quality Assurance in Herd Health Management - Winter 2008 (Sponsored by NAVTA)

November 25, 2009

Participation in this CE offering is available to members of the National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America. The applicable article is available in the December 2008 issue of The NAVTA Journal. (1 CE credit)

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Practical Approach to Equine Field Obstetrics

November 16, 2009

In this on-demand AVMA course by Dr. Dietrich Volkmann, suggestions for routine post-resolution care of equine dystocia as well as a list of the most common complications will be offered. (1 CE credit)

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