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Module 1:
Basic Equine Safety, Anatomy 
& Record Keeping

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.

Module 2:
Physical Examinations 
General Care

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.

Module 3:
Preventative Care, Recommendations & Schedules

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. 

Module 4:
Medical Equipment & Therapeutic Modalities

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. 

Module 5:
Blood & Tissue Samples 
& Interpreting Reports

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.

Module 6:
Emergency Protocols 
& Treatments

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. 

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Module 7:
Sterile Procedures 
Surgery Preparation

When treating any patient in a surgical setting, medicating joints or treating a wound, it is of utmost importance to understand the importance of sterility. In order to give your equine patient the best care possible while assisting the treating veterinarian, preparation and sterility of the animal are the first steps to a successful surgery or treatment. 

Module 8:
Equine Reproduction

Breeding in the equine medical field is an important and necesary part of most veterinary practices. As a technician, assistant or veterinarian, understanding basic terminology, treatments and various required care for both mares and stallions before, during and after the birthing process is an important skill. This course will cover the preparation and treatments you may be required to perform.

Module 9:
Regenerative Therapies

Equine patients often benefit from other regenerative therapies in addition to traditional medical treatments. Other times, traditional medical intervention may not be successful to treat certain ailments, but regenerative medicine is an option. This course will review common ailments or injuries that can be helped by regenerative medicine such as PRP, IRAP and Stem Cells. 

Module 10:
Equine Rehabilitation

After medical intervention has been initiated, often rehabilitation can further healing and bring strength back in a controlled, simulated area. In addition to post injury care, rehabilitation modalities are a great option for some soreness due to muscle weakness, targeting difficult muscles to isolate and building strength to prevent injury, increase stamina and athletic ability.

Advanced, Module 11:
Equine Radiology

Equine radiology allows for many advantages when used for diagnostics or as a way to accurately provide treatment to areas of the body such as medicating a joint. This course will review how to accurately capture radiograph imaging as well as basic information to read and interpret radiographs for diagnostic purposes. Writing and interpreting radiograph reports will also be reviewed.

Advanced, Module 12:
Equine Ultrasonography

Equine ultrasonography allows for veterinarians to diagnose soft tissue injuries, gather diagnostic information when looking at organs or even see reproductive structures through rectal ultrasound. Ultrasound also provides a medium for veterinarians to accurately deliver medication to certain structures, such as tendons. Writing and interpreting reports will also be reviewed. 
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