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The Q: Why Every Vet Should Have it in their Practice Toolbox

The Q: Why Every Vet Should Have it in their Practice Toolbox

By Christina Frigast Christina Frigast, MRCVS, CERP, ECP | Updated on | C Frigast, Recorded Webinar

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Round Table: Evaluating Diagnostic Analgesia Using Objective Measures

Round Table: Evaluating Diagnostic Analgesia Using Objective Measures

By Michael Schramme Michael C. Schramme, DMV, DECVS, DACVS-LA | John Schumacher John Schumacher, DVM, MS, DACVIM, DABVP | Kevin Keegan Kevin G. Keegan, DVM, MS, DACVS | Updated on | J Schumacher, KG Keegan, M Schramme, Recorded Webinar

Dr. Tyrrell-Schroeder begins the discussion with a brief overview of evaluating diagnostic blocks using the Equinosis Q, including how calculation of improvement is reported. The discussion then opens up to the panelists for their thoughts and experiences using objective measurement in the localization of lameness, including evaluating partial improvements, complicated presentations, odd results, considerations of clinically significant change and more.

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Pitfalls of Interpretation of Diagnostic Analgesia

Pitfalls of Interpretation of Diagnostic Analgesia

By Michael Schramme Michael C. Schramme, DMV, DECVS, DACVS-LA | Updated on | M Schramme, Recorded Webinar

Interpreting diagnostic analgesia results can be challenging for equine practitioners. Dr. Schramme will discuss the various possibilities for false positive and false negative results and how knowledge of these potential pitfalls can help avoid misinterpretation of responses, improving the diagnostic workup and outcome.

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Case Study Hour: Proximal Suspensory Desmitis

The Q: Why Every Vet Should Have it in their Practice Toolbox

Round Table: Evaluating Diagnostic Analgesia Using Objective Measures

Pitfalls of Interpretation of Diagnostic Analgesia

Maximizing Return on Investment with the Equinosis Q

Reliability of Equine Visual Lameness Classification: A Discussion on the Limitations of Subjective Evaluation

Rehabilitation of the Equine Athlete and the Aid of Objective Measures

The Ridden Evaluation Part 2: Practical Field Applications with the Q

Lameness Measurement in Thoroughbred Racing

Getting the most out of your Equinosis Q

Introduction to Objective Lameness Evaluation - Applications in Equine Practice

The Ridden Evaluation Part 1: Utilizing the Q Rider Module and Data Interpretation

Journal Watch: 1200 Horse Study Reveals Clinical Considerations for Lameness Evaluation

Utilizing Inertial Sensors in Equine Lameness Measurement (4-Part Basic Training Series)

4th Tex Cauthen Seminar - Lameness Locator Technology and the Racing Horse Roundtable Discussion

4th Tex Cauthen Seminar - How Can Inertial Sensor Technology Be Used To Prevent Racing and Training Related Injuries?

4th Tex Cauthen Seminar - Objective Asymmetry Assessment - A New Tool in the Box: Now How Do We Use It?

2019 ACVS Keynote Encore Presentation: 20+ Years of Measuring Lameness in Horses

Basic Training Webinar Series

Basic Training Webinar: Understanding Equinosis Q Data for rDVMS

Essentials Training Webinar: Equinosis Q for Vet Techs and Assistants

Advanced Training Webinar: Lunging and Ridden Evaluations with the Q

Advanced Training Webinar: Evaluating Effects of Diagnostic Blocks with the Q

Essentials Training Webinar: Crash Course in the Q

Advanced Training Webinar: Evaluating Flexion Tests

Advanced Training Webinar: Evaluating the Lunge

Advanced Training Webinar: Evaluating MLL with Inertial Sensors

Informational Webinar: An Introduction to Lameness Locator with Dr. Kevin Keegan

Essentials Training Webinar: Understanding the Ridden Evaluation and the LL Rider Module

Advanced Training Webinar: Objective Determination of Lameness in Horses