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Equine Techniques

iPhone / iPad
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Content: 54 techniques used in equine practice, 269 photos and diagrams, 37 movies.
Universal for iPad (full screen version), iPhone and iPod touch.

This App is intended for Veterinary Professionals, including Veterinarians, Veterinary Students, Veterinary Nurses and Veterinary Technicians.

This App has been developed by Dr Kevin Corley DACVIM DACVECC, co-editor of the book ‘The Equine Hospital Manual’ used in veterinary hospitals throughout the world. It provides an essential resource for practitioners, students, residents and specialists alike. The App provides step-by-step instructions for 54 clinical techniques. For each, there is an equipment list, full instructions on how to perform the technique illustrated by photos, diagrams or videos. The techniques range from simple procedures such as over-the–wire catheter placement and regional limb perfusion, to more advanced techniques such as neck articular facet injection and cardiac output measurement by lithium dilution. Essential emergency techniques such as CPR (both adults and foals), evacuation of pneumothorax, tracheotomy and administration of blood transfusions are also included.

The App represents excellent value for money and is a “must have” resource for all involved in equine practice.
All of the pictures, movies and text are on the phone or iPad and no internet connection is required after the first use.
The British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) also offer this App free to their members as part of their membership benefits package.

We have posted a video of the App playing on an iPad on Youtube -

All pictures, movies and text are copyright Kevin Corley and Veterinary Advances Ltd 2011-2013, with the exception of:
The pictures, movies and text for posterior ethmoidal nerve block are copyright Veronica Roberts 2011 and used with kind permission.
Muscle biopsy photos 18 to 20, which are copyright Nicola Menzies-Gow 2002 and used with kind permission.