AAEVT Equine Certificate Program

Course II: ACT Equine Program


Description

In Course II you will delve into Medications and routes of administration and then the various disease processes and treatment protocols.Emergency medicine and emergency procedures will be reviewed as well as foaling and the care of the newborn foal. You will then move into Reproduction, Nutrition, Genetic Conditions, the Geriatric horse and Euthanasia.
A short quiz will be given at the end - online.

$450.00 if paying for each individual course
$1250 if paying for all 3 Courses up front - Click here

CPD Provider: AAEVT

Content
  • Terminology
  • Reading Assignment: Equine Vet Manual
  • Read: Vet Terms
  • Medications
  • Read: EQ Medication Basics
  • Reading Assignment: Chapter 7 - Equine Vet Manual
  • Read Article: Aministering Medications
  • Drug dosage and route abbreviations
  • Wound: dressing
  • Therapeutics: eye
  • Eye: drug administration 01 - topical
  • Eye: drug administration 02 - topical
  • Administering Equine Eye Medications
  • How to Give Medications of the Eye
  • How to Give Oral Medications
  • Gastrointestinal: nasogastric intubation
  • Equine Intramuscular Injections
  • How to Safely Inject a Horse in the Vein
  • How to Give an IV Injection
  • Therapeutics: foal
  • Heat therapy
  • Off label medication use
  • A Brief Overview of FDA's Drug Approval Process
  • Equine Pharmacology
  • Review Drug Chart
  • Treatment
  • Treatment Materials (no audio)
  • Supportive Care (no audio)
  • Hospitalization / nursing care
  • Nutrition: parenteral
  • Reading Assignment: Chapter 11 - Equine Vet Manual
  • Conditions/ Diseases
  • Rain rot: Common skin problems in the horse Owner Factsheet
  • Foot: thrush
  • Sarcoids - what you need to know Owner Factsheet
  • Melanoma - skin tumor Owner Factsheet
  • Anthrax
  • Clostridium botulinum
  • Toxicity: cantharidin
  • Equine infectious anemia (EIA)
  • Equine infectious anemia - EIA Owner Factsheet
  • Vesicular stomatitis
  • Equine Herpesvirus
  • Equine influenza virus
  • Potomac Horse Fever
  • West Nile Virus - what owners should know Owner Factsheet
  • Rabies
  • Strangles (Streptococcus equi infection)
  • CNS: Equine protozoal myeloencephalitis (EPM)
  • Equine viral arteritis (EVA)
  • Clostridium tetani
  • Salmonella spp
  • Reading Assignment: Chapter 12 - Equine Vet Manual
  • Emergency Medicine
  • MSD and the MSD Veterinary Manual
  • Reading Assignment: Chapter 14 - Equine Vet Manual
  • Catheter types
  • Fluid therapy: overview
  • Emergency Setup
  • Athletic horse: emergency
  • Adverse Reactions
  • First Aid
  • First Aid Kits
  • Read: Equine Wound Care
  • Read: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
  • Recognizing Equine Colic
  • Gastrointestinal: small intestine - obstruction
  • Esophagus: obstruction
  • Stomach: gastric ulceration
  • Respiratory: distress - treatment and management
  • Common eye problems Owner Factsheet
  • Common Ophthalmic Emergencies
  • Cornea: superficial erosions
  • Toxicity: snakebite
  • Foot: laminitis
  • Fracture Triage
  • Fractures Owner Factsheet
  • Carpus: fracture - slab
  • Musculoskeletal: fracture - first aid
  • Bandaging - the do's and don'ts Owner Factsheet
  • Foaling/ Foals
  • Reading Assignment: Chapter 6 - Equine Vet Manual
  • Neonatal problems Owner Factsheet
  • Foal Care
  • Read: Horse Foaling Management Guidelines
  • Read: Foaling Mare & Newborn: Preparing for a Safe & Successful Foal Delivery
  • Reproduction: foaling management
  • The Care of Newborn Foals
  • Newborn Horse Syndrome Suggests Links to Childhood Autism
  • Foal Care at UC Davis
  • Foal: neonatal maladjustment syndrome
  • Postpartum Mare
  • Failure of Passive Transfer
  • Foal: evaluation - neonate
  • ICU Foal Littleton
  • Placenta: evaluation
  • Foal: resuscitation and care
  • Foal restraint
  • Tying-Up in Horses
  • Foal Handling And Restraint
  • Contagious equine metritis (USA) Owner Factsheet
  • Rhodococcus equi
  • Foot: flexural deformity - hyperextension
  • Foal Physiology and Special Considerations During Anesthesia
  • Reproduction
  • Reading Assignment: Chapter 4 - Equine Vet Manual
  • Equine Reproduction
  • Reproduction
  • Reproduction: breeding assessment examination - mare
  • Reproduction: management - female
  • Female: reproductive cycle - normal
  • Behavior: stallion
  • Reproduction: force teasing - stallion and mare
  • Studfarms: breeding procedures
  • Reproduction: dystocia
  • Drugs in Equine Reproduction: What you Need to Know and More
  • Therapeutics: reproductive system
  • Testis: castration - overview
  • Nutrition
  • Reading Assignment: Chapter 2 - Equine Vet Manual
  • Metabolic Syndrome
  • Equine Cushings Disease
  • Equine Endocrine Diseases: The Basics
  • VOD Fescue Toxicosis
  • Nutritional Guidelines for Specific ConditionsFrom Southern States256911
  • Nutritional Management of Equine Medical Conditions_Merck
  • Nutritional Considerations For Broodmares
  • Hindguts Role in Digestion
  • 9 keys to equine nutrition
  • Feeding to prevent disease
  • Nutrition: sick horse
  • Horse Feed
  • Nutrition: adult
  • Nutrition: geriatric
  • Causes of Weight Loss in Horses
  • Body Condition of Horses
  • Genetic conditions by body system
  • Geriatric Care and Considerations
  • The golden years: Caring for the senior horse
  • Treatment and Prevention of Arthritis in Horses
  • Nurtrition conference sport horse
  • Drug Chart
  • Euthanasia - saying goodbye Owner Factsheet
  • Euthanasia
  • Euthanasia most difficult decision
  • Euthanasia of Horses
  • Quiz
  • Quiz AAEVT Course II
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed