Equine Health Update EHU Vol 20 Issue 01 - Page 24

EQUINE | SAEVA Congress There was an anti-inflammatory panel setup to discuss issues especially those regarding phenylbutazone. It was very interesting from a student’s perspective to see how SAEVA represents concerns raised by their members. An Animal Health Technician then addressed SAEVA members highlighting their role in the Veterinary world as being part of the Paraveterinary professionals. The AGM was then held, where new members of theexecutive committee were voted in and with Dr Terry Casey taking up his position as chairperson of SAEVA. Newly appointed SAVA President, Gert Steyn, was introduced and was given an opportunity to address SAEVA members. The day was concluded with a social braai where students had the opportunity to interact with the vets and members of trade in a social setting. A session on Disease control was held early on Tuesday morning before lectures. I had the privilege of sitting in on this session and it was motivating to see how proactive the vets are in controlling diseases especially those related to the horse and what the plans are for going forward. The days lectures commenced with Dr Warwick Bayly informing us on the various parameters in thoroughbred races horses and how to 24 manage Exercise-induced pulmonary haemorrhage. Dr Antony Goodhead then lectured the rest of the day on the latest developments in Equine ophthalmology. As a student it was very motivating to see how passionate both speakers were on the topics they were discussing. The day’s lectures were concluded with a Pre-purchase exam lecture which was throughly enjoyed by the students. Once the lectures of the day were concluded a wine tasting tour was organized that the students had the privilege of joining. It was a wonderful opportunity to get to know our future Veterinary collegues and see the beauty of Cape Town. Wednesday’s program consisted of lectures from both Dr Virginia Reef as well as Dr Warwick Bayly. Dr Reef made use of short video clips during her lectures that were ‰•Ή•™₯₯…°₯Έ•αΑ±…₯Ή₯ΉœΡ‘”Ω…Ι₯½Ύ…ΝΑ•Ρ́½˜)ΕΥ₯Ή”Υ±ΡΙ…Ν½Ή½Ι…Α‘丁%Ё݅́‘₯‘±δ…ΑΑΙ•₯…Ρ•)‰δΡ‘”ΝΡΥ‘•ΉΡ́Ѽ…₯ΈΝ½΅”ΑΙ…Ρ₯…°•αΑ•Ι₯•Ή”₯Έ)ΥΝ₯ΉœΥ±ΡΙ…Ν½ΥΉΈ)ȁ=­•ΙЁ ½Ρ‘„…±ΝΌΝΑ½­”…‰½ΥЁ₯ΝΝՕ́ɕ±…Ρ•)ΡΌ½΅Α½ΥΉ‘₯ΉœΈQ‘”I½‰₯ΈI½Ύ…±„‘₯ΉΉ•Θέ…Μ)‘•±₯ΈΡ‘”•Ω•Ή₯Ήœ½Ω•Ι±½½­₯ΉœΡ‘”‰•…ΥΡ₯™Υ°έ₯Ή”)™…ɡ́ͽչ‘₯Ήœ½Υ‘₯Ή€ΝΑ„ΈΥ•ΝЁΝΑ•…­•Θ°ȁمΈ)嬁…‘‘Ι•ΝΝ•„Ι½έ½˜Ν΅…ΙЁ…Ή•±•…ΉΠ±½½­₯Ήœ)‘•±•…ѕ́…‰½ΥЁё”Ι½±”½˜Ρ‘”‘½ΙΝ”₯ΈΡ‘”Ή±Ό΄)‰½•Θέ…ΘΈ=Ή”…±°Ρ‘”™½Ι΅…±₯Ρ₯•Μέ•Ι”½ΥЁ½˜Ρ‘”έ…δ)Ρ‘”™•ΝΡ₯Ω₯Ρ₯•Μ‰•…Έέ₯Ρ „έ₯Ή”΅₯α₯Ήœ½΅Α•Ρ₯Ρ₯½ΈΈ)™Ρ•Θ„‘•±₯₯½Ύ‘₯ΉΉ•Θ°ΑΙ₯ι•Μέ•Ι”₯Ω•ΈΡΌΡ‘”)Ρ•…΄Ρ‘…Ё΅₯ᕐΡ‘”‰•ΝЁέ₯Ή”…ΉΡΌΡ‘”έ₯ΉΉ•Θ½˜)Ρ‘”½±˜ΈMΡΥ‘•ΉΡ́ё•Έ…ΉΉ½ΥΉ•Ρ‘•₯ȁΉ•ά΅•ΉΡ½ΙΜ)™½ΘΡ‘”΅•ΉΡ½ΙΝ‘₯ΐΑΙ½Ι…΄°έ₯Ρ ȁ5…Ή™Ι•I½‘έ•Θ)‘₯‘±₯‘Ρ₯Ήœ₯Ρ́₯΅Α½ΙΡ…Ή”½Ή”……₯ΈΈ%Ё݅́ё•Έ)‘½έΈΡΌΡ‘”‘…Ή”™±½½Θέ‘•Ι”ΝΡΥ‘•ΉΡ́…ΉΩ•Ρ́…±₯­”)‘…Ή•±…Ρ”₯ΉΡΌΡ‘”Ή₯‘ΠΈ΅…ΝΝ₯Ω”Ρ‘…Ή¬ε½ΤΡΌ)i½•Ρ₯́™½ΘΝΑ½ΉΝ½Ι₯ΉœΡ‘”…±„‘₯ΉΉ•ΘΈ́ΝΡΥ‘•ΉΡ́ݔ)…±έ…έ±½½¬™½Ι݅ɐΡΌΡ‘”™₯Ή…°•Ω•Ή₯Ήœ…Ήi½•Ρ₯Μ)Ή•Ω•Θ‘₯Ν…ΑΑ½₯ΉΡΜΈ)Q‘”MYe4έ½Υ±©ΥΝЁ±₯­”ΡΌΡ‘…Ή¬½Υȁ…±°½ΥΘ)ΝΑ½ΉΝ½Ί……₯Έ™½Θ΅…­₯ΉœΡ‘₯́…±°Α½ΝΝ₯‰±”ΈQ‘”M½ΥΡ )™Ι₯…ΈΕΥ₯Ή”Y•Ρ•Ι₯Ή…ΙδΝΝ½₯…Ρ₯½Έ°ɍΌΜΨΐ°MΡΙ₯‘”)₯ΝΡΙ₯‰ΥΡ₯½ΉΜ°ΉΉ”5Υ±±₯ΉΜ…ΉY•Ρ1₯Ή¬έ”ΡΙΥ±δ)…ΑΑΙ•₯…Ρ”…±°ε½Τ‘…Ω”‘½Ή”™½ΘΥΜΈ+ŠˆΕΥ₯Ή”!•…±Ρ UΑ‘…Ρ”ƒŠˆ