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Ultrasound in Bovine Fertility Management

sdcanDuration: One day
Equipment required: Delegates are asked to bring their own scanning machines

This course is ideal for new graduates and those who are in their early years of practice.

What is different about this course?

It offers training in a small group with a big practical element. You will relate scanning findings to treatment and client advice on farm.

What changes can delegates expect as a result of the course?

This course will add value to your fertility visits and increase the level of your work from the increasing presence of the techs/lay scanners and now even farmers.

Benefits to the Business?

Will get farmers to see the benefit of retaining the vet as a key part of fertility management, despite increasing applications of other technologies and synchronisation programs.

Course objectives: 

  • Set your machine up for the best quality image
  • Recognise what are true images and what are artefacts
  • Appreciate the many appearances of the corpus luteum
  • Combine images of the ovaries and uterus with other information to more accurately predict the stage of the cycle
  • Use all the information to give the best treatment and/or advice in the case of an ‘open’ cow
  • Diagnose early pregnancies and twins with confidence and appreciate the pitfalls in routine fertility work
  • Develop a sound approach to the management of uterine disease

 

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Date Category Course Title Trainer Location Detail
5 Sep 2018 Equine21,Equine20,Business17,Farm15,Small Animal14 Train the Trainer (2-day) Vince Holley The Pulteney Centre, Huddart Street, Wick, KW1 5BA View
1 Oct 2018 Equine21,Business17,Graduate16,Farm15,Small Animal14 Thriving in Practice for Employees Rosie Allister NFU Office, Station Road, Sturminster, View
2 Oct 2018 Graduate16,Farm15 Getting More From Your Rectals : The Use of Ultrasound in Fertility Visits Mark Burnell BVetMed DBR CertCHP MRCVS Dorset/ Somerset View
10 Oct 2018 Graduate16,Small Animal14 XLVets Small Animal Graduate Programme - Group 2 Tim Hutchinson BVSc CertSAS MRCVS Oxfordshire View
16 Oct 2018 Business17 Managing for Performance (Appraisals) Ian Harrison Synergy Farm Health, Evershot View
30 Oct 2018 Farm15,Cattle12,Dairy18,Other5 VetTech - Base module Mark Burnell BVetMed DBR CertCHP MRCVS Synergy Farm Health, Dorset View
31 Oct 2018 Farm15,Cattle12,Dairy18,Other5 VetTech - General Skills Mark Burnell BVetMed DBR CertCHP MRCVS Synergy Farm Health View
8 Nov 2018 Business17 Managing for Performance (Appraisals) Ian Harrison Paragon Vets, Carlisle View
13 Nov 2018 Farm15 Dairy Genetics Neil Eastham Lambert, Leonard & May View
13 Nov 2018 Equine21,Business17,Farm15,Small Animal14,Smallholder9,Poultry10 Train the Trainer (2-day) Vince Holley Larkmead Vets, Oxfordshire View
15 Nov 2018 Equine21,Equine20,Business17,Farm15,Small Animal14 Advanced Train the Trainer (2-day) Vince Holley Larkmead Vets, Oxfordshire View
5 Feb 2019 Equine21,Equine20,Business17,Graduate16,Farm15,Small Animal14 Difficult Conversations Ian Harrison St Boniface Vets, Crediton, Exeter View
2 Apr 2019 Equine21,Equine20,Business17,Graduate16,Farm15,Small Animal14 Difficult Conversations Ian Harrison Tyndale Vets, Gloucester View
4 Jun 2019 Equine21,Equine20,Business17,Graduate16,Farm15,Small Animal14 Difficult Conversations Ian Harrison Scott Mitchell Associates, Hexham View