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In Depth: Principles and Application of Internal Sensor-Based Measurement in the Equine Lameness Evaluation – Naples (December 2023 Course)
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In Depth: Principles and Application of Internal Sensor-Based Measurement in the Equine Lameness Evaluation – Naples (December 2023 Course)

This program, consisting of 7 hours of lecture and 6 hours of wet lab evaluating live horses, will provide an in-depth description of the principles of inertial sensor-based measurement of equine lameness as well as the practical application of these principles.

Interpretation and Pitfalls of Diagnostic Analgesia
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Interpretation and Pitfalls of Diagnostic Analgesia

Interpreting the effects of diagnostic analgesia and its clinical implications can be challenging for equine practitioners. Dr. Michael 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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In Depth: Principles and Application of Internal Sensor-Based Measurement in the Equine Lameness Evaluation - Fulton (August Course)
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Course Admin: Laurie Tyrrell-SchroederCourse Admin: Andy Wolter

In Depth: Principles and Application of Internal Sensor-Based Measurement in the Equine Lameness Evaluation - Fulton (August Course)

This program, consisting of 7 hours of lecture and 6 hours of wet lab evaluating live horses, will provide an in-depth description of the principles of inertial sensor-based measurement of equine lameness as well as the practical application of these principles.

Limitations and Pitfalls of Visual Lameness Evaluation in Horses (RACE-Approved)
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Course Admin: Laurie Tyrrell-Schroeder

Limitations and Pitfalls of Visual Lameness Evaluation in Horses (RACE-Approved)

A discussion on the limitations of subjective evaluation in the equine lameness examination and an overview of the findings from the study, “Reliability of equine visual lameness classification as a function of expertise, lameness severity, and rater confidence”. 

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Utilizing Inertial Sensor-Based Measurement in the Equine Lameness Evaluation for Veterinary Technicians
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Utilizing Inertial Sensor-Based Measurement in the Equine Lameness Evaluation for Veterinary Technicians

For Licensed/Registered Veterinary Technicians and Nurses:  The module can be completed for 1 unit of continuing education credit in jurisdictions that recognize RACE approval.