Join us in this very special episode with Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care specialist, Soren Boysen, as he shares insights and top tips on Point-of-Care Ultrasound (POCUS) and ultrasound-guided vascular access. Gain invaluable knowledge from a leading expert and discover the practical applications of POCUS.
In this episode, we delve into the crucial role of teaching POCUS, unlocking its potential for both practitioners and learners. It is a truly thought-provoking discussion and the best news is that it doesn’t have to end here — IMV Imaging’s new blended eLearning course is here; “Focus on POCUS”. It is purpose-designed and comprehensive, catering to all future POCUS users, vets and nurses alike.
Follow this link to create a free learner profile in the IMV imaging Academy, and learn more about the NEW Focus on POCUS eCourse: https://www.imv-imaging.com/en/imv-imagings-new-online-cpd-system-the-lms/
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Exploring new pastures
Yay or neigh: do we get the most out of ultrasound in equine practice? In this episode we are joined by Victoria South, internal medicine specialist and ultrasound enthusiast as we explore the possibilities of ultrasound application in equine practice.
A light in dark places: the VESCO takeover
This month we scope out endoscopes with Hannah and Kris from VESCO. From big to small, rigid and flexible, tune in to get the inside view on how to get the most out of your scope, and top tips for looking after it!
Listen to the podcast: No Need to Fear the Feline
This month we are joined by the wonderful Sally Griffin, European specialist in diagnostic imaging. Sally holds particular interest and expertise in ultrasonography of cats. From anatomy and approach, to sizes and sampling, listen in on our conversation around the particulars of feline ultrasonography. Whether you have scanned a cat or not, tune into this podcast today and challenge yourself to do more, or have a go!
Podcast Below: Vet Times Takeover
This month, IMV imaging’s Focal Point has a new host as it teams up with the Vet Times Podcast to bring you some insights and initiative to the veterinary sector. We’ll be discussing the results from the IMV-run survey on some of the challenges facing the veterinary industry of today and what’s on the horizon to look forward to. Special guests include Christy Lightly, head of marketing for IMV-imaging, BVA president Malcolm Morley and Senior Vice-President for Northern Ireland Veterinary Association, Fiona McFarland.
Listen to the podcast: I See Your Two Colours Shining Through
Known to many as The Vet on the Coast 19, for his superb educational content and showcasing the best of Northern Ireland’s coastline. Adam Conn, is an experienced farm animal vet specialising in dairy herd health and is an IMV imaging brand ambassador. Listen in as we discuss the newest technology coming to the Easi-Scan:Go, the use of doppler ultrasound to help identify empty cows sooner and how we can use that information to reduce returns. The clinical team also discuss other uses for the Easi-Scan:Go when out on farm, whether it’s survey thoracic scanning for pneumonia in calves, or as a rapid patient side diagnostic tool for confirming limb fractures in larger patients, it really highlights the versatility of this ultrasound machine. So tune in, to find out more.
This month the IMV clinical team welcome Becky Keeble MRCVS to the podcast. Becky is an experienced veterinary surgeon in laparoscopy, having performed over a 1000 procedures and is the co-founder of Simply Keyhole, a laparoscopy service providing veterinary practices with all the advice and training they need to start their own laparoscopy service. During the podcast we discuss the benefits, complication rates and myths surrounding laparoscopic ovariohysterectomies, so tune in to learn more!
This month the clinical team discusses the role of the Veterinary Radiographer. Joined by both Bethany, our clinical radiographer, and Sam Kolodziejczak, a radiographer at Burgess Diagnostics, we delve into the need for radiographers within the veterinary profession, their role within an imaging team and how they have adapted since transferring over from the NHS. If you’re a radiographer looking to make the jump or a veterinary nurse interested about their role, then tune in and learn the wonders of being a Veterinary Radiographer!
This month, the IMV imaging Clinical Team are getting to the root of diagnostic imaging in Dentistry with, European Specialist in Small Animal Dentistry. Ingrid Tundo. From the importance of the techniques commonly used to how often should we be brushing our pet’s teeth. If you have any dental related questions they are sure to be answered in this month’s episode, so tune in!
Listen Below- Podcast: Highlights of BSAVA 2022
Catch up on the team’s highlights of this year’s BSAVA in Manchester. Whether you couldn’t attend or want a recap of the diagnostic imaging lectures that were on offer, listen to the IMV Clinical Team discuss the use of CT in general practice, the benefits of CT in the diagnosis of canine elbow disease and thoracic radiology case studies.