Sedation and analgesia of the difficult case

Gaining the upper hand – sedation and analgesia of the difficult case David Bardell BVSc CertVA DipECVAA PGCert(LTHE) FHEA MRCVS What do we mean by ‘difficult’? In the case of providing sedation and/or analgesia to our “difficult” patients these can include adequate access to the animal, dealing with temperamentally uncooperative animals, effective administration of the required drugs, animals which do […] Continue Reading

Anatomy of the Equine Paranasal Sinuses

You need Sinusitis like you need a hole in the head; Nomenclature of the paranasal sinuses The paranasal sinuses of mammals form complex air-filled structures, and probably exist for a variety of functions including, but not exhaustively: protection of internal cranial structures, maintaining structural strength without a significant increase in weight, augmenting vocalisation, and to increase intranasal cross-sectional area to […] Continue Reading