Courses

Indications; pre-operative care and details of procedures; Post-operative care; possible complications of model operations on small and large animals.

Laboratory (practical) sessions on selected procedures designed to enable students develop basic technical skills in anaesthesia, theatre routines and selected soft tissue and orthopaedic procedures.

Various legislation regulating veterinary practice, legal and professional responsibilities of veterinary surgeons in the control of animal movements, control of animal diseases, meat inspection, animal husbandry, wildlife and fish handling and management....

Introduction, including history; production of x-rays; Radiation safety; X-ray film  exposure and processing; radiographic interpretation; radiation therapy.  Principles of ultrasound scanning; application of scanning in veterinary medicine. ...

Infectious and non-infectious (including metabolic and nutritional) diseases of equidae with particular reference to horses used for polo and security patrols of mounted troops.  Emphasis would be placed on the clinical signs, diagnosis, treatment and...

Field practice of six weeks duration in clinics and abattoir and livestock movement control posts.  Inspection visits shall  be conducted to such places by lectures and co-ordinators to assess student’s participation.

Clinical training of students with emphasis on the handling of gaenecological cases, treatment of infertility in animals.  Instrumentation, Microscopy, Pregnancy diagnosis.

Fish anatomy, physiology, microbiology, parasitology, pathology and medicine.  Fish ecology and nutrition.  Capture, restraint and handling of live-trapped animals. Wildlife pharmacology, Wildlife habitats, types, values and distribution of biotic...

Record keeping in veterinary clinics.  Hospital practices, ethics and hospital administration.  Clinics and practical training of students in handling of vaccines, vaccination techniques in cattle and other ruminants, poultry, dogs and cats. ...

A course covering the first and second semester in which hospital cases are used to instruct the student in diagnosis and management of surgical diseases of small and large animals.