17 July 2018 20:00 - 17 July 2018 22:00
Welshpool Livestock Market, Buttington, Welshpool Powys, SY21 8SR
As you may be aware CTDS offer diagnostic analysis of samples from suspected cases of poisoning in all animal species. These techniques allow identification of up to 30,000 compounds including many common toxins, pharmaceutical drugs and plant compounds which can be associated with clinical signs in animals.
Nick Carmichael will be presenting some of the cases we have seen to help introduce the key areas where testing can be useful along with practical tips on sampling and sample handling.
From suspect sausage rolls tossed over a fence by a neighbour to the perennial "it’s something the council put down", every practice sees cases where toxins are suspected but until recently could not easily be confirmed.
These cases can pose real challenges because the agent involved is often unknown and the clinical signs are often nonspecific and yet clients really want answers to their concerns about poisons.
Join Nick as he discusses cases of toxins, the testing behind the lab results and tips to guide you to get the most out of toxicology samples.
Food and refreshments will be available with registration from 7.30pm.
This course is kindly sponsored by TVM and CTDS
Speaker: Nick Carmichael BSc VetSci Hons BVM&S DVCS FRCPath Dip. ECVCP MRCVS RCVS Recognised Specialist in Veteinary Clincal Pathology
This presentation will be appropriate for vets, nurses and reception staff.
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