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  • Provet Publishing Billy Kelly A Fools Fortune Novel Reviews
    a business known as Fanahan Books or any other person purport to own the Publishing Rights to this title please inform the legal publisher Provet Limited immediately feedback provet co uk BY REVIEWS ABOUT THIS BOOK Limerick Chronicle Limerick Leader Launch Coverage Kimerick Business Provet are delighted to publish this paperback title Publication date February 28th 2005 Number of Pages 220 Price 8 99 CLICK HERE to ORDER If you

    Original URL path: http://www.provet.co.uk/BillyKelly/reviews.htm (2016-02-08)
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  • Provet for education -Ophthalmology Dog Cat Course Syllabus
    Examination Unpigmented 3 rd eyelid Eversion of the 3rd eyelid Protrusion of the gland of the 3rd eyelid Neoplasia Trauma Follicular conjunctivitis Miscellaneous disorders Module 5 Lacrimal System Disturbances of Lacrimal Function Neoplasia Module 6 Cornea Congenital diseases Acquired diseases Degenerative and Dystrophic Keratopathies Neoplasia Module 7 Sclera Congenital diseases Acquired diseases Neoplasia Module 8 Uvea Congenital abnormalities Uveitis Injuries Neoplasia Miscellaneous disorders Module 9 The Lens Congenital anomalies Cataract

    Original URL path: http://www.provet.co.uk/Ophthalmology/Syllabus.htm (2016-02-08)
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  • Provet for education- Arthropod-borne Diseases Dogs and CatsCourse Syllabus
    cycle Vectorial potential Module 2 Wildlife in Arthropod borne Diseases Reservoir hosts Accidental hosts Co infection Epidemiology Persistence Vector distribution Vector competence and microparasite acquisition Module 3 Host Immune System The Tick host Interface The Sandfly host interface Host immune response to arthropods Vaccination against arthropods Immune mediated sequelae to Arthropod transmitted infections Module 4 Laboratory Diagnosis Culture propogation of pathogens Microscopy Antibody based diagnostics DNA based diagnostics Module 5 Filarial Infections Overview Cardiopulmonary dirofilariasis heartworm disease Subcutaneous dirofilariasis Dipetalonema reconditum Human dirofilariasis Module 6 Babesiosis and Cytauxzoonosis Babesiosis Background Aetiology Epidemiology Pathogenesis Clinical signs Diagnosis Treatment Cytauxzoonosis Background Aetiology Epidemiology Pathogenesis Clinical signs Diagnosis Treatment and control Module 7 Hepatozoonosis Canine Hepatozoonosis Background Aetiology Epidemiology Life cycle and transmission Pathogenesis Clinical signs Diagnosis Treatment control and prevention Feline Hepatozoonosis Zoonotic potential Module 8 Leishmaniosis Leishmaniosis Background Aetiology Epidemiology Life cycle and transmission Pathogenesis Clinicopathological findings Diagnosis Treatment and control Zoonotic potential Module 9 Borreliosis Borreliosis Aetiology Epidemiology Pathogenesis Clinical signs Diagnosis Treatment and control Public Health Significance Module 10 Bartonellosis Bartonellosis Background Aetiology Epidemiology Pathogenesis Clinicopathological signs Diagnosis Treatment and control Zoonotic potential Module 11 Ehrlichiosis Ehrlichiosis Background Aetiology Epidemiology Pathogenesis Clinical signs Diagnosis Treatment and control Zoonotic potential

    Original URL path: http://www.provet.co.uk/Arthropod-borne%20Infections/Syllabus.htm (2016-02-08)
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  • Provet for education -Veterinary Laser Surgery Course Syllabus
    generation Quantum theory Beam geometry Power Density Module 2 Laser Tissue Effects Basic Effects of Radiant Energy on Tissues Reflection Scatter Transmission Absorption Power Density Laser tissue Interactions and Rate of Heat Transfer through Soft Tissues Bio stimulation Cavitation Fluorescence Ionization Mechanically altered Laser Tissue Interaction Photoablation Photochemistry Photothermal effect Thermal relaxation time Vacuolization Module 3 Health Safety Safety Potential Hazards Patient Protection Staff protection Module 4 Diode Lasers Diode

    Original URL path: http://www.provet.co.uk/LaserSurgery/Laser%20Syllabus.htm (2016-02-08)
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  • PROVET HEALTHCARE INFORMATION - Provet Lifetime Learning Projects - Veterinary Practice Personnel
    MORE of the following projects and write a short summary report of your findings Then submit your report by email in doc or html format to the organiser Each report received will count as 10 Continuing Education points towards your annual target of 90 PLLP points and Provet will send you an appraisal of your Entry The best entries will be judged and you may win an Award Project 1 Anti inflammatory Drugs This project will involve you in reviewing the anti inflammatory drugs that you stock in your practice and writing a brief report CLICK HERE Project 2 Antibiotic Drugs This project will involve you in reviewing the antibiotic drugs that you stock in your practice and writing a brief report CLICK HERE Project 3 Worming Protocols This Project will involve you in reviewing and comparing the worming preparations that you stock in your practice and writing a brief report CLICK HERE Project 4 Flea control This Project will involve you in reviewing and comparing the methods used to control fleas recommended by your practice and writing a brief report CLICK HERE Project 5 Local Health Hazards This Project will involve you in reviewing local health hazards and writing

    Original URL path: http://www.provet.co.uk/pllp/pllpprojectsvets.htm (2016-02-08)
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  • PROVET HEALTHCARE INFORMATION - Paralysis
    of disk protrusion Quadriplegia or tetraplegia paralysis of all four limbs This may occur if there is a neck injury such as a fractured spine or as a result of a brain injury Paresis means partial or slight paralysis Sometimes temporary paralysis can be induced by blocking neuromuscular function for example Local anaesthetics literally block the function of nerves near to where they are applied and cause paralysis of the areas of the body that the nerves supply Sometimes the area paralysed can be a long way from the site of the injection for example blocking spinal nerves high on the back where they leave the spinal cord can paralyse a large area of the abdominal wall sufficient that a caesarean section can be performed in a cow Applying a local anaesthetic into the spinal canal called an epidural can create a temporary paraplegia again sufficient for a caesarean section to be performed Cold can induce paralysis and applying freezing cold temperatures to tissues can eliminate pain sensation from an area sufficiently that surgery can be performed called cryosurgery Pressure such as lying heavily on a limb and pressing on a nerve If the blood supply is cut off from muscles for a period eg following use of a tourniquet or following an embolism If the blood supply is cut off to the brain eg a stroke it may result in temporary or permanent paralysis Strokes are rare in animals but in humans the paralysis may be permanent if the blood supply to the brain is cut off for too long leading to irreversible brain damage In clinical cases paralysis can be permanent in some cases in other cases the paralysis is partially or totally reversible Successful treatment depends upon the underlying cause accurate diagnosis and adequate time for healing

    Original URL path: http://www.provet.co.uk/petfacts/healthtips/paralysis.htm (2016-02-08)
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  • PROVET HEALTHCARE INFORMATION - Pet Insurance
    a single animal or a group of animals Policies may appear to be the same but you must read the small print because there are often large differences between them What to look for in a Policy Take out an Insurance Policy that you can afford and which will cover the costs of veterinary treatment if your pet is suddenly taken ill and needs major treatment These days major procedures such as open heart surgery cancer therapy or orthopedic surgery can cost anything from 1000 4000 Make sure that the Policy covers the on going long term treatment of chronic conditions and that your cover is guaranteed if you renew the Policy every year Some Policies exclude pets over specified age check how this will affect your pet as it gets older If your pet already has a chronic illness most Insurance Companies will not cover it for that condition so don t be surprised Also it is illegal to state on your application form that your pet does not have a disease when you know that it does If every animal being insured had a pre existing condition the Insurance Industry would soon be out of business What is an excess Most Pet Insurance policies carry an excess which means that you have to pay a small sum agreed in advance towards the cost of any treatment claimed for under the policy So if you have an agreed excess of 50 and the actual cost of treating your pet is 250 you can only claim 200 back from the Insurance Company Sometimes the cost of minor treatments may be totally covered by the excess alone so you cannot claim anything back Is it worth taking out Pet Insurance You could take out Pet Insurance for your Pet as a

    Original URL path: http://www.provet.co.uk/Petfacts/Pet%20Insurancefp.htm (2016-02-08)
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  • PROVET HEALTHCARE INFORMATION - Grooming
    your pet enjoys the experience so start the process early in life and make it a regular event A wide selection of combs brushes and clippers are available and you it is important to choose the tools that are best suited to your pet s coat type Very fine toothed combs are unsuitable for thick coarse coat types Combs should have rounded ends not sharp edged ends otherwise they can scratch the skin The comb depth needs to be long enough to get to the base of the hairs Stripping combs are designed to remove dead hair but care is needed when hair is tangled in a close matt because the skin can be twisted into it and rough stripping can bruise or even tear the skin A carder flat board with thin bent metal teeth is useful to remove small hair mats and dead hair Gloves with teeth built into them are also popular with some people Brushes should be used with the lay of the hair in smooth coated animals and against the lay of the hair in animals in which the coat is meant to stand up Electric clippers are essential for busy kennels or veterinary practices as they make trimming so much easier They are particularly helpful to trim long hair between the toes and foot pads and behind the ears Care is still need so as not to scratch the surface of the skin causing clipper rash or even small cuts If you use scissors always use them with a close blades to tease matted hair apart NEVER use them to cut hair because you may cut skin twisted up into the matted coat Plucking is a technique used by groomers to pull out dead hair using their thumb and forefinger Excessive hairs are also

    Original URL path: http://www.provet.co.uk/petfacts/grooming.htm (2016-02-08)
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