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Practical keys to the neurological examination
Wednesday 13 November 2019
Jurys Inn, Gloucester Road, Cheltenham GL51 0TS
0121 712 7070
Lecture 1: Neurological Emergencie
When faced with a patient that seems to have neurological problems owners are often understandably anxious creating a sense of panic and emergency. Many of these patients will benefit from initial triaging and stabilisation in some situations. In determining a genuine emergency it is vital to obtain a detailed history and accurate repeated assessment of the patient. This evening provides a practical overview of the most frequently presented cases which may be considered as emergencies but may benefit from an initial collaboration between the referring practice and the referral institution.
Lecture 2: Sudden Onset Weakness
Flaccid nonambulatory tetraparesis or tetraplegia is an infrequent neurological presentation, but is characteristic of neuromuscular disease (LMN disease), rather than spinal cord disease. This presentation will discuss the anatomy of the neuromuscular system, the common presentation of peripheral nerve or neuromuscular junction disease and the three major diseases causing acute flaccid tetraparesis in dogs and cats (idiopathic polyradiculoneuritis, botulism and acquired acute fulminating myasthenia gravis).
Evening CPD Forums Schedule
The evening will begin with a light buffet at 7:30pm with lectures starting at 8:00pm. - which should last approximately one and a half hours.
Certificates of Attendance will be available to download after the event for your CPD records.
Discussion and questions are of course welcomed during the forum.
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