MEDICAL CLINIC, PROPHYLAXIS AND AVIAN PATHOLOGY TRAINING
Learning outcomes of the course unit
To provide guidelines for the clinical approach to the most common cardiovascular, respiratory and urinary pathologies in small and large animals.
To know how to collect a correct and accurate medical history, to carry out a complete physical examination and to correctly recognise and interpret the signs, symptoms and objective findings associated with cardiovascular, respiratory and urinary illnesses.
To know how to choose the most appropriate laboratory and instrumental diagnosis methods (electrocardiography, diagnosis by images) in order to define the diagnosis and prognosis.
To know how to choose therapy and monitor a patient.
Course contents summary
Cardiology, electrocardiology, echocardiography, and ecoDoppler examinations, blood pressure measurement, and cardiological therapy.
Respiratory system examination, therapy for disorders of the respiratory system.
Urinary system examination, urine sampling techniques and therapy for disorders of the urinary system.
Ettinger S.J., Feldman E.C.: Textbook of Veterinary Internal Medicine. W.B. Saunders, Philadelphia.
Practice at the University Veterinarian Hospital