CE DAYTIME SESSIONS SHOW PIG MEDICINE Kevin Washburn, DVM 4:30 PM - 5:20 PM | Room 006 A
learned from the day to day treatment of patients. The author will attempt to make this subject more informative and less dry than the actual description of this talk. TCVM- WHO, WHAT, WHERE TO REFER Patricia Baley, DVM, PhD, CVA, CVCH, CVNN, FAAVA 9:00 AM - 9:50 AM | Room 210 AB This will be a discussion on what makes up Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine and the type of patients who might benefit from treatment. Hint- it's more than just musculoskeletal cases and neurologic cases although TCVM practitioners are happy to treat those too. This will be a case based lecture with a discussion of the science underlying the use of acupuncture, herbs and food therapy in patients for a variety of conditions. ACUPUNCTURE AT THE LEVEL OF THE CELL Patricia Baley, DVM, PhD, CVA, CVCH, CVNN, FAAVA 10:30 AM - 11:20 AM | Room 210 AB This will be a deep geeky dive into what happens at the cellular level when you put an acupuncture needle into a patient. Nerd jokes may occur. How much research is there on acupuncture? The answer is rather a lot. There will also be a discussion on how acupuncture research is performed and how it is trickier than you think to achieve good experimental design. CHINESE HERBAL MEDICINE AT THE LEVEL OF THE CELL Patricia Baley, DVM, PhD, CVA, CVCH, CVNN, FAAVA 11:30 AM - 12:20 PM | Room 210 AB This is a deep dive into the current state of research of Chinese Herbal Medicine and the physiologic and cellular changes that occur when using these medications. The possibility for nerd jokes is high. We will examine how much research there is into this field and the complexities that can occur when studying a compound with multiple active ingredients in a system with a lot of moving parts. FORELIMB INJURY AND PAIN - HOW TO DIAGNOSE AND TREAT COMMON CONDITIONS Laurie McCauley, DVM, DACVSMR, CCRT, CVA CVC 2:00 PM - 2:50 PM | Room 210 AB Special tests can aid our diagnostic skills in determining the cause of forelimb pain or lameness. Learn easy techniques to find jammed toes, medial compartment disease of the elbow, OCD of the shoulder and more. Once the diagnosis is uncovered, many modalities including acupuncture, manual therapy, supplements, exercises, laser, ultrasound, PEMF and others could be utilized to treat it. Learn how to make the best choices for each diagnosis. REAR LIMB INJURY AND PAIN - HOW TO DIAGNOSE AND TREAT COMMON CONDITIONS Laurie McCauley, DVM, DACVSMR, CCRT, CVA CVC 3:00 PM - 3:50 PM | Room 210 AB Special tests can aid our diagnostic skills in determining the cause of rear limb pain or lameness. Learn easy techniques to rule in or out hip luxation, cranial cruciate disease (rupture vs sprain), tarsal hyperextension and hip muscle vs hip joint associated pain. Once the diagnosis is uncovered, many modalities including acupuncture, manual therapy, supplements, exercises, laser, ultrasound, PEMF and others could be utilized. Learn how to make the best choices for each diagnosis.
of these pathogens, management strategies are also important in limiting their impact. In this presentation, the main viral pathogens (e.g., bovine herpesvirus 1, bovine viral diarrhea virus) of concern to the producer and their control, will be discussed. FETAL PROGRAMMING IN CATTLE BJ Newcomer, DVM, PhD, DACVIM, DACVPM, DABT 4:30 PM - 5:20 PM | Room 006 A Fetal programming, as it relates to bovine medicine, is an emerging concept defined as the effect of environmental conditions during embryonic and fetal development on the future health, welfare and productivity of the calf. Recent evidence shows that stressors in late gestation of cattle have potential long-term effects on the developing fetus regarding growth, production and fertility. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 24 _______________________________________ EVALUATION OF ANTHELMINTIC RESISTANCE IN OKLAHOMA BEEF CATTLE HERDS John Gilliam, DVM, MS, DACVIM, DABVP 8:00 AM - 8:50 AM | Room 006 A This presentation will discuss the evidence for anthelmintic resistance in beef cattle based upon the published literature. Recent data from an anthelmintic resistance survey will be shared. We will also discuss management options for sustainable parasite management in the future. WELFARE IMPLICATIONS OF CASTRATION IN CALVES John Gilliam, DVM, MS, DACVIM, DABVP 9:00 AM - 9:50 AM | Room 006 A This presentation will discuss the current literature regarding the welfare of calves undergoing castration including a discussion on the health and production impacts of castration as well as strategies to minimize the negative impacts of castration. Data will be presented from a recent study conducted at OSU investigating the pain response of calves castrated with a novel open castration technique. MANAGEMENT OF PREPUTIAL INJURIES IN BULLS John Gilliam, DVM, MS, DACVIM, DABVP 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM | Room 006 A This presentation will discuss practical approaches to the management of preputial injuries in bulls. The discussion will include tips for initial assessment, medical management, surgical intervention and prognosis estimation for bulls with preputial injury. FOOD ANIMAL PRACTICE TIPS John Gilliam, DVM, MS, DACVIM, DABVP 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM | Room 006 A This presentation will discuss practical tips that can be applied in every day food animal practice to make the life of the food animal veterinarian a little bit easier. INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 _______________________________________ DOES ACUPUNCTURE WORK? WHO SAYS? Patricia Baley, DVM, PhD, CVA, CVCH, CVNN, FAAVA 8:00 AM - 8:50 AM | Room 210 AB In this talk we will look at acupuncture and acupuncture experts from an evidence based perspective. There will be a discussion of the sourcing of data and scientific acupuncture publications. Acupuncture training, clinical competency and what makes someone an expert in veterinary acupuncture and other clinical fields will be discussed. Then the author will consider the current state of acupuncture research and what is
This talk will review some common diseases and conditions encountered in show pigs. Our current approach to these cases will also be discussed with an opportunity for the audience to participate and share their thoughts and own experiences . SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 _______________________________________ MANAGEMENT OF UROLITHIASIS IN BREEDING LIVESTOCK Obstructive urolithiasis can be a devastating and debilitating problem in all male ruminants, but maintaining breeding soundness can be particularly challenging in affected bulls, rams and bucks. Several treatment strategies will be outlined including targeted urethrotomy, temporary urethrostomy, cystostomy and laser lithotripsy. MANAGEMENT OF UROLITHIASIS IN PET LIVESTOCK Robert Streeter, DVM, DACVIM 9:00 AM - 9:50 AM | Room 006 A Management of obstructive urolithiasis in pet livestock carries the added challenge of high owner expectations in regards to quality of life and longevity. Topics outlined will include cystostomy tube placement, proximal perineal urethrostomy and vesicopreputial anastomosis. HOT PIG, COOL MIND: FROM SEDATION TO GENERAL ANESTHESIA Patricia Queiroz-Williams, DVM, MS (MCL) 10:30 AM - 11:20 AM | Room 006 A Robert Streeter, DVM, DACVIM 8:00 AM - 8:50 AM | Room 006 A How to safely anesthetize all breeds of pet pigs. Introduction to specific anatomical and physiological challenges. What drugs and combination of drugs to use, what routes and doses, when to sedate and when to go for general anesthesia. What to expect from anesthesia and what to expect during recovery from anesthesia SEDATION AND GENERAL ANESTHESIA FOR RUMINANTS Patricia Queiroz-Williams, DVM, MS (MCL) 11:30 AM - 12:20 PM | Room 006 A Anesthesia concerns and considerations for ruminants. Ruminants physiological and anatomical challenges for general anesthesia. What drugs and combinations of drugs, to use to provide safe anesthesia an analgesia in ruminants. How to be prepared to recover a ruminant from a general anesthesia. BOVINE NEOSPOROSIS BJ Newcomer, DVM, PhD, DACVIM, DACVPM, DABT 2:00 PM - 2:50 PM | Room 006 A Bovine neosporosis is the most commonly diagnosed bovine abortifacient in dairy and beef cattle in many parts of the world. As no vaccine is currently licensed for neosporosis and cattle are infected for life, control of the pathogen is through proper management strategies. This presentation will review the salient facts of the causative agent of bovine neosporosis, Neospora caninum, as well as
diagnostic and management strategies. CONTROL OF VIRAL REPRODUCTIVE PATHOGENS BJ Newcomer, DVM, PhD, DACVIM, DACVPM, DABT 3:00 PM - 3:50 PM | Room 006 A
Reproductive efficiency is key to the sustainability and profitability of any cattle enterprise. Infectious viral pathogens, can negatively impact the reproductive success in both beef and dairy cattle herds. While biologicals exist as a tool to aid control
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