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Tuesday, May 24 • 13:30 - 14:30
Lower limb local anaesthesia in the horse: Techniques and interpretation

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The 2 goals of this lecture is to spend time on how to perform a variety of lower limb diagnostic nerve and joint blocks including reviewing the relevant anatomy for each block. Then secondly will be interpretation of these blocks. A number of things can influence the outcome of a distal limb nerve or joint block including time after injection , volume of anaesthetic and location of needle placement and discussion will centre around how these can all result in what sometimes is an incorrect diagnosis. Examples of how things can be simple and complicated at the same time will be demonstrated using a variety of case examples. Blocks that will be discussed at length include the palmar digital block, abaxial block, low 4 point block, high 1 point in front and back legs, high 4 point, coffin joint block, pastern joint, fetlock joint, as well as carpal and tarsal joints

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Dr Ian Fulton

Ian is a Fellow of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists and specialist equine surgeon based at the Ballarat Veterinary Practice where he has been a partner for 23 years. Graduating from Melbourne University in 1983, Ian began practice in Kyabram, Victoria... Read More →


Tuesday May 24, 2016 13:30 - 14:30
City Room 1 & 2 Adelaide Convention Centre

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