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Veterinary Radiology: New Challenges: New Standard

Taking place live on Wednesday 15th June 2022, 8:00pm BST

This webinar is RACE approved: 20-916471

Presented by Dr Neil Shaw DACVIM (saim)

About the Webinar

In this course, we will discuss the most common radiograph cases and review their associated radiographic findings. These common radiology cases are grouped by abnormal findings, which are heart failure, feline asthma, pneumonia, pleural effusion, pneumothorax, esophageal foreign body, small intestinal obstruction, linear foreign body, gastric dilatation-volvulus, hemoabdomen, pyometra, peritoneal gas, and trauma. In addition, we’ll also discuss what to look for when something is not seen on an image to help the clinician come to a conclusion regarding diagnosis and treatment. Utilization of Artificial Intelligence technology as an aid to making a diagnosis and action plan will be included; as well as the workflow benefit of full utilization of the hospital team in the radiology process.

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This webinar takes place live on Wednesday 15th June, 8:00pm BST.

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About the speaker

Dr Neil Shaw DACVIM (saim)

Neil Shaw’s life has always been intertwined with Veterinary Medicine. Born in South Africa; he and his two brothers essentially grew up in their father’s small animal practice in Tampa, Florida. He graduated from the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine, remaining in Gainesville for internship and residency in Small Animal Internal Medicine, and is a Diplomate of the ACVIM. He founded the nation’s largest group of specialty hospitals, BluePearl Veterinary Partners; and then served as the first Chief Medical Officer for the Mars, Inc Veterinary health Group. Neil subsequently founded SignalPET in 2018; an independent company dedicated to bringing the benefit of advanced Artificial Intelligence assisted diagnostics to veterinary practitioners in any location. The technology enabled: advancement of care, ability to set new standards of care, immediacy of information to practitioners, ease of implementation, and low cost is “proving to be exciting for veterinary medicine beyond the wildest of imaginations”.