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Congratulations on take the first step towards your success in becoming an equine veterinary technician or assistant, or adding to your skillset working in the equine veterinary field. We cannot wait to begin the journey with you! For information about Rullan University's full continuing education program, individual modules and the topics covered in our online training, scroll down and check out our courses!
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For the beginner in equine medicine or a review for lifelong horsemen of common equine breeds and disciplines they participate in. Additionally, learn surface anatomical structures and musculoskeletal system, as well as the importance of record keeping in veterinary medicine.
When assisting a veterinarian or working as a veterinary intern, the basic and extensive physical examination is vital to providing any patient with top quality medicine. Starting with the basics, learn vital signs, how to examine the surface of the horse for illness and lameness.
Emphasis on preventative care will make every veterinary practice successful. Information of recommended preventative care, vaccination schedules, parasite control, oral and dental health protocols and even routine farriery are all detailed here.
As a veterinary technician, intern or newly graduated veterinarian, understanding the use of the equipment available to diagnose and treat patients makes the difference between "good" and "great" vet care. Understand state of the art industry equipment, its use and benefits.
Guidelines for diagnostic laboratory testing may vary from location to location, but the interpretation of the results are common. The best medicine is delivered with knowledge and facts. Here, students will learn common tests, the samples required to run them and how to read results.
An equine veterinary assistant or intern should be able to competently prepare for any equine emergency that arises, such as lacerations, colic, or difficult births. This course provides knowledge of triage instruments and supplies, stabilizing care and variations within emergency issues.
Ideal Courses for Advanced Veterinary Technicians, interns, Recent Veterinary School Graduates...
When treating a patient or assisting the veterinarian, knowing surgical instruments and how to adequately prepare a sterile environment is vital. This course will review the most common instruments, their use, sterilization of the operating area and of the equine patient.
One of life's most precious gifts are babies, and horses are no exception. Learn the latest services and techniques in equine reproduction, from cycling mares, embryo transfer, collecting stallions, assisting in complicated foal delivery and some the most common precautions to take.
Even with the best preventative medicine and most attentive caretakers, horses of all athletic disciplines run the risk of injury. This course teaches students the latest treatments and protocols available such as preparing and treating with PRP, Stem Cells, Ozone and more.
When treating an injured patient, sometimes medications and traditional treatments are just not enough. The advancements in equine rehabilitation modalities and protocols are tools we will provide you. Learn about therapeutic lasers, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, aquatic therapy and more.
Being able to deliver the most accurate diagnostic information about equine patients is key in providing the best medicine possible. Here students will learn the images used in equine radiology, how to execute taking high quality radiographs and even understanding how to read them.
With advances in medicine, patients can now receive diagnostic imaging in the field, like ultrasounds. Here students will learn the images used in equine ultrasonography, how to aid the veterinarian when they are doing an ultrasound exam and how to review ultrasound images.