View the summary of the presentation from the 2016 BSAVA congress.
Alistair Freeman graduated from the R(D)SVS in 1994, going on to complete a Junior Clinical Training Scholarship, two years in practice and a five-year Welcome Trust Clinical Research Training Scholarship, leading to a PhD. He joined the University of Liverpool in 2002, where he gained his diploma in soft tissue surgery in 2012 and was a Senior Lecturer in Small Animal Surgery before moving to Northwest Surgeons in 2016. His clinical interests include wound management and reconstruction, surgical oncology, minimally-invasive surgery and interventional radiology.
David Maggs graduated from Melbourne, Australia, spent five years in mixed practice throughout Australia and the UK, completed small animal and equine internships in Colorado, and securing an ophthalmology residency in Missouri. He has been at UC Davis since 2000. He is the author of Slatter’s Fundamentals of Veterinary Ophthalmology and is the current president of the International Society of Veterinary Ophthalmology. His special interests include ocular surface disease, particularly feline herpesvirus infection and tear film disorders.
Volume 26(3), Autumn 2016
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In this practical column, experts share tips and tricks in their respective fields, in collaboration with the organisers of major congresses of FECAVA members.
These lectures were presented at the 2016 BSAVA congress. In this issue, we focus on two emergency and critical care situations.