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LAMS100-1107: Immobilization of Exotic Hoofstock
Geoff Pye, BVSc, MS, Dipl. ACZM
Nadine Lamberski, DVM, Dipl. ACZM
November 14 - December 5, 2007
Real-time sessions: Wednesdays, November 14, 21, and 28; 9:30 - 11:30 pm ET (USA)
This course will cover both the manual and chemical restraint of non-domestic hoofstock including exotic equids, swine, cattle, deer, antelope, and others species that are commonly found in zoos and sometimes in private ownership. The safe use and delivery of immobilization drugs, including etorphine, carfentanil, A3080, and concentrated medetomidine, will be discussed. Specific anesthesia protocols, including drugs, monitoring, fasting guidelines, and avoidance of capture myopathy, will be outlined for many species. Particular emphasis will be placed on the practicalities, rather than the theory, of immobilization of these animals.
Week 1 (November 14):
Taxonomy & Manual Restraint (Lamberski)
Drugs, Pharmacology, Human Exposure Safety Protocols (Pye)
Week 2 (November 21):
Fasting Protocols & Drug Delivery Methods (Pye)
Intubation, Monitoring & Capture Myopathy (Lamberski)
Week 3 (November 28):
Species-specific: Deer, Antelope, Exotic Cattle (Lamberski)
Species-specific: Exotic Swine, Exotic Equids, & Others (Pye)
Required Textbook: None
Zoo & Wild Animal Medicine, 5th edition - Fowler and Miller - 2003
Available in the VIN bookstore: https://store.vin.com/custom/edit.asp?p=82535
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Capture and Care Manual: Capture, care, accommodation, and transportation of wild African animals, 2nd edition - McKenzie - 1993.
South African Veterinary Foundation.
May be available from online textbook retailers.
Chemical and Physical Restraint of Wild Animals - Kock, Meltzer, and Burroughs - 2006
For more information: http://www.wildlifecaptureafrica.com/book.html
MESSAGE BOARD DISCUSSIONS:
Discussions will begin on the start date of the course and will continue for 7 days following the last real time session.
CE HOURS: 6
$111 ($100.00 early bird special if registered before October 31, 2007).
Course is open to veterinarians and VSPN members.
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