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B-1003: Surgical Insertion of Catfish Radio Transmitters in the Field

B-1003: Surgical Insertion of Catfish Radio Transmitters in the Field

Learn about optimal ways to tag fish in the field with radio transmitters to avoid surgical problems!

Presenter: Dr Jo Bannister, BVMS

Date: August 28, 2014 Time: 20:00 (AWST)

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Duration: 1.0 hours

CEPD Credits: 1.5 hours

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Costs for training: Full member:$15, Student member:$5, Non member/guest:$25

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This webinar provides the opportunity to learn optimal veterinary approaches for inserting peritoneal radio transmitters in finfish, emphasizing appropriate anesthesia, medication suture materials & techniques for maximal patient survival. 

Want CEPD credit? Veterinarians, veterinary technicians/nurses and veterinary students can earn up to 2.5 hrs of CEPD credit after viewing the webinar, and a successfully completing a brief KSA (knowledge & skills assessment). CEPD is suitable towards re-licensing/regisration to practice veterinay medicine and may be useful for credit in a degree-eaning course.

CEPD Cost: Non-WAVMA members - $25; WAVMA student members - $5; WAVMA full & tech/nurse members - $15.

 

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Stephen Reichley, DVM, PhD, CertAqV
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