Lectures

Lectures are open to all conference registrants.

CE Information: Registrants will earn 1.0 CE credit for each lecture attended.

Saturday, March 24th 2018

Time Small Mammal Avian & Reptile Technician Track
8:00 Registration and Breakfast  
8:30 Nutrition of Small Herbivores (Orosz) Avian Diagnostic Testing –Beyond the CBC and Chemistry Panel (Heatley) Restraint and Diagnostic Sample Collection in Exotic Pets (Kolb)
9:30 Managing Rabbit GI Disorders (Parkinson) The Geriatric Avian Patient (Orosz) Small Mammal ERs: Keeping them Alive! (Martel)
10:30 Urinary Tract Disorders in Small Mammals (Martel) Avian Borna Virus & PDD (Heatley) Diagnostic Imaging Techniques in Exotic Species (Kolb)
11:30 Ocular Disorders in Rabbits & Rodents (Snyder) Avian Respiratory Diseases (Orosz) Dealing with uncommon “exotic pets” in private practice (Kottwitz)
12:30 Lunch
1:30 The Neurological Exam of Small Mammals (Orosz) Bearded Dragon Husbandry & Clinical Managment (Doss) Approach to Fish Patients (Kottwitz)
2:30 Cardiac Disorders in Small Mammals (Heatley) Infectious Diseases in Reptiles (Yaw) Pet Bird Nutrition (Kolb)
3:30 Managing Infections of the Ears and Nose in Rabbits (Mans) Introduction to Invertebrate Medicine (Kottwitz) Backyard Poultry 101 (Kolb)
4:30 Oncology in Small Mammals (Heatley) Drug Therapy: Applying research findings into in Exotic Animal Practice (Kottwitz) Optimizing Reptile Husbandry (McVeigh)
5:30 Reception for all attendees 

Veterinary technicians are welcome but not required to attend exclusively Technician Track lectures.

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