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BCF Ultrasound Australasia
Veterinary Ultrasound Australia & New Zealand
Veterinary Ultrasound Australia & New Zealand
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Echocardiography does not have to be limited to specialty practice. With training, general practitioners can perform basic echo exams on patients where referral is not an option.
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Susan, our clinical training and events manager, attended the NZVA Equine conference in stunning Queenstown last week. Drs Rolf Embertson & Raul Bras from Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital in Lexington, Kentucky, spoke about mare and foal surgery, upper airway conditions and equine podiatry. Robert Magnus and Joop Loomans from Oculus Insights also educated practice owners and potential buyers on creating economic value in an equine veterinary practice.
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Last minute places are still available for VetPD's comprehensive 2 day Advanced Mare Reproduction Workshop in Perth next month.

This two-day practical course has been developed for equine veterinarians and mixed animal practitioners with a working knowledge in the field of equine gynaecology (mare reproduction) and provides a critical update on the management of cycling problems in mares, management of mares for artificial insemination (chilled or frozen), on different causes that lead to mares being barren or subfertile, and how to investigate and treat these problems (including hysteroscopy).

https://www.bcfultrasound.com/training-events/workshops
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For those attending the New Zealand Equine Veterinary Association Conference in Queenstown next week, be sure to check your satchel for our quick tips on image optimisation!
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Its not everyday that you get to scan a Brownbanded Bamboo Shark at the Melbourne Aquarium! Using the robust Sonosite M-Turbo, checking for pregnancy with Dr Rob Jones from The Aquarium Vet. Thanks Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium for hosting us this morning!
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Who doesn't love free online training videos? This latest series from our partners Sonosite gives an in depth insight into a range of different nerve blocks for dogs. The latest shows us an Ultrasound Guided Brachial Plexus Nerve Block....
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Recent clinical trials with Colorado State University mean great things for ultrasound guided anaesthesia techniques. Studies detail the benefits of ultrasound guided regional nerve blocks - which have now become a part of the American College Residency curriculum requirements. In conjunction with the trials, our partners Sonosite have released several fantastic training series - the first of which is 3 parts and looks in detail at performing an Ultrasound Guided Femoral Nerve Block in a dog....
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BCF together with our partners VetPD have released upcoming CPD veterinary ultrasound training courses on our website for 2017. Practical Equine Ophthalmology begins in March in Melbourne and then in Cambridge NZ. Course places are limited so register early to avoid disappointment...
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BCF Ultrasound have teamed with our partners VetPD - Veterinary Professional Development to bring you equine CPD ultrasound courses in 2017. Courses in March and May focus on practical equine ophthalmology and Ultrasound-Guided Orthpaedic Injection Techniques & Therapies. View our website for further information and to register today....
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Did you know that BCF Ultrasound have world class service centres in both Australia and New Zealand, along with full time service technicians and engineers? We understand that as a veterinarian, your equipment is exposed to the toughest of working environments. We also know how much you rely on your equipment and we are dedicated to keeping you on your feet and in the event that your ultrasound needs attention - we offer fast service times and where possible, loan equipment to minimise any downtimes for your practice.
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