In the days in which we live today, global medical assistance for dentistry is very important. We have a high technological value, to share in a transversal vision in veterinary medicine. The correct assessment of patients' clinical signs, like pain, must be motivating inside and outside the operating room. The influence of orofacial and dental trauma on the life course of patients should be considered, especially since pediatric age. Good oral health is crucial for an emerging cardiorespiratory health. It is considered fundamental to evaluation and perception of the oral-lung axis, especially in the current proximity between animals and humans. With access to the reference service in the North of Portugal - Oporto, 5236 animals were treated, between 2018 and 2021 in our clinic with various stomatological diseases that required advanced oral treatments such as Maxillofacial Surgery, Endodontics, Orthodontics and Implant Placement. The procedures are described in detail throughout this work. The evolution of patients exceeded 89.90% in terms of quality of life, boosting the concept of global medical care in veterinary dentistry. All data is processed on the salesforce platform
17 Years of artificial insemination and embryo transfer at cattle.Egypt KSA and Oman. Nada dairy farm KSA is one of the world's biggest farms. MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE AND FISHERIES OMAN 12 YEARS of Dromedary camel Surgeries and embryo transfer.
Ultrasound is widely accepted as a safe noninvasive diagnostic imaging technique in animals and humans. This review aims to shed light on the current applications and future prospects of ultrasonography in camels. To date, ultrasonography has been used efficiently to study the ovarian status in she-camels such as; follicular wave, spontaneous ovulation, an optimum time for mating, ovarian vasculature, superovulation response, ovarian follicular dynamics, ovarian follicular wave synchronization and follicular deviation. Moreover, it has been applied for the collection of cumulus-oocyte complexes, pregnancy diagnosis, foetometry, fetal sexing, embryo transfer programs, assessment of somatic cell nuclear transfer, and evaluation of the quality and developmental ability of dromedary embryos. Uterine involution and various reproductive disorders such as; early embryonic death, endometritis.
Dr. Nassem N Naimi completed his B.V.M.S. at the age of 23 from Jordan University of Science and technology. He is the founder and Senior Veterinarian in Best Friend Veterinary Clinic – Amman, Jordan, He has intensive experience in a very busy clinic that receives 80-100 cases per day with small and exotic animals. He has been elected and is still the head of the Jordanian Association of Small Animal Medicine and Surgery in 2016.
This Lecture is a discussion about the main causes of Feather Plucking in African Gray Parrot birds as one of the most frequent and frustrating avian cases presented to Veterinarian World Wide approximately 24.5% of African gray parrots suffer from feather plucking. Usually, the psychological factor is the most blamed cause but the etiology is poorly understood as many underlying physiological abnormalities play a significant role. A physical exam is not useful in most cases therefore implementation of diagnostics such as radiography and blood work is mandatory to fully understand or treat the underlying cause.
In the coming presentation, we will discuss the main differentials, diagnostic tools, treatment, and management plan.
Huang Wei Ling, born in Taiwan, raised and graduated in medicine in Brazil, a specialist in infectious and parasitic diseases, a General Practitioner and Parenteral and Enteral Medical Nutrition Therapist. Once in charge of the Hospital Infection Control Service of the City of Franca’s General Hospital, she was responsible for the control of all prescribed antimicrobial medication and received an award for the best paper presented at the Brazilian Hospital Infection Control Congress in 1998. Since 1997, she works with the approach and treatment of all chronic diseases in a holistic way, with treatment guided through the teachings of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Hippocrates. Researcher in the University of São Paulo, in the Ophthalmology department from 2012 to 2013.Author of the theory Constitutional Homeopathy of the Five Elements Based on Traditional Chinese Medicine. Author of more than 40 publications about treatment of variety of diseases rebalancing the internal energy using Hippocrates thoughts
Introduction: There are some studies in the literature saying that feline diabetes mellitus is similar to diabetes in human concerning the clinical, physiological and pathological features.
Purpose: in this study, I will demonstrate that felines diabetes mellitus has in the back ground, energy deficiency in the five internal massive organs and leading to evolution to Yin deficiency and Heat retention, that are two energy imbalances leading to clinical manifestation of hyperglycemia, according to traditional Chinese medicine.
Methods: through one case of five years-old cat with history of treating diabetes mellitus using insulin and even using insulin, the hyperglycemia did not reduce, still above 500 mg/dl. The cat's owner was undergoing acupuncture treatment and commented on the cat that she was having uncontrolled hyperglycemia with the use of insulin. I asked to bring the cat and we measured the energy of the 7 chakras.
Results: all seven chakras were in the lowest level of energy, rated one out eight. It was orientated the owner to introduce homeopathy medications to replenish the energy of the five internal massive organs, according to the theory Constitutional Homeopathy of the Five elements Based on Traditional Chinese Medicine, using Phosphorus, Sulphur, Calcarea carbonica, Silicea and Natrum muriaticum (one medication per day in the cat’s water). The hyperglycemia reduced to the half in the first week of treatment and the cat still in treatment.
Conclusion: The conclusion of this study is that feline with diabetes mellitus has energy deficiency in the five internal massive organs, like in human and the treatment replenishing these organs using homeopathy medications according to the theory Constitutional Homeopathy of the Five Elements based on Traditional Chinese Medicine is of paramount importance to treat the cause of formation of hyperglycemia in cat and not just treating the symptoms.
Eslam Hendy, graduated from veterinary school ( class of 2019), Zagazig university and started a career in the faculty of veterinary medicine at the same university at the department of veterinary surgery,anesthesiology and radiology. Started master degree at the speciality of small animal dentistry with an over a year experience at small animal dentistry and dental procedures.
There is no dought that veterinary dentistry has been a developing field through years specially in small animal practice , as animal grow older develop more both dental and periodontal problems either due to diet or acquired causes such as trauma leading to to some serious problems as crown fracture and even jaw fracture. In this article focusing more on crown fractures as a commonly presented problem to small animal clinics around the world easy to observe but to deal with the case properly to avoid some serious complications and to help maintaining the tooth function other than extracting the tooth, how to diagnose the case properly ,types , complications and proper treatment is the main aim of this article.
Luca Giovagnoli, graduated in Veterinary Medicine at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Parma. After 17 years as a veterinary clinic owner he went to work in England for about two years, where he collaborated with Prof. James Barret-ESI-PM Unit.
He collaborated with the National Research Council where under the guidance of Eng. M. Azzali( Acustic and Electronics) has conducted studies and research on the echolocation of small cetaceans and their language.
He carried out the first census of cetaceans in the entire Adriatic Sea.
The work aims to evaluate the effects of noise and microplastic pollution on indigenous populations of dolphins in Italian seas. The effect of the airguns used in oil exploration and the increasingly incident maritime traffic are causing considerable damage to the species of dolphins present in our seas, in particular Bottlenose dolphins and Dolphins. The main cause of stranding of small cetaceans seems to be precisely the acoustic wetting. The anatomopathological analysis of the stranded bodies shows a strong level of pollution from microplastics which are constantly highlighted in the liver and reproductive organs. from studies carried out along all the Italian coasts, 77% of beached dolphins have very high quantities of microplastics in the muscles and reproductive organs.
Since 2011, the quantities of microplastics found in beached dolphins have increased by 56%.
The effect of microplastics and phthalates in the tissues of the reproductive systems causes a decrease in fertility and reproductive capacity.
The direct effect of anthropogenic activity, both as regards noise pollution and microplastics, is the main cause of the decrease of small cetaceans along the Italian coasts.
Biological competition with humans and the increase in fishing strenght seems to have become a completely secondary aspect to explain the decrease in the dolphins present in the Italian seas.