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Join Rachel Korman, BVSc MANZCVS (Internal Medicine) FANZCVS (Specialist – Feline Medicine) for a discussion about tips and tricks for addressing inappetence in cats, including the placement, care, and use of feeding tubes, such as naso-oesophageal and oesophagostomy tubes. Dr. Korman graduated in 2000 and has numerous awards. She lectures throughout the UK, Europe, and Asia and has a Cynthia Award from International Cat Care for her dedication to cats. She works at Veterinary Specialist Services in Brisbane, heading the feline medicine service and cat friendly clinic. Her passion stems from the bond between animals and their owners and the strength of every cat’s personality! She shares her home with two children, Professor Moriarty (a Burmese with a mind for evil deeds), Maus (a partially sighted British shorthair) and Whinny, a rescue Chihuahua who is a glorified cat.
Join charismatic, specialist veterinary nutritionist Nick Cave as he takes us on a tour of nutrition for the sickest patients in your hospital — from parvovirus enteritis puppies, to dogs with pancreatitis, and cats who just won’t eat in hospital, among others. Dr. Cave details what to feed, how to feed, when to feed, and a whole lot in-between. This is one lecture the whole veterinary team will not want to miss.
Presented by Kara Burns, MS, MEd, LVT, VTS (Nutrition). View the 48-minute presentation, which explores the basics of critical care nutrition appropriate for all species before concluding with information on nutritional support of special species.
Join host Philip Judge, BVSc, MVS, PG Cert Vet Stud MACVSc (VECC; Medicine of Dogs) with Kara Burns, MS, MEd, LVT, VTS (Nutrition) VTS-H (Internal Medicine, Dentistry) for a VetEducation.com.au podcast “Nutrition In The Critical Patient.”
About this Podcast: Nutritional support of hospitalized patients forms an essential part of their recovery plan. Kara Burns discusses tube feeding, nutrient composition, and the practical aspects of providing hospital nutrition to your critically ill patients.