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Lymphoma is a common oncological disease found in companion animals; diagnosis can be straightforward or in some cases, require specialist tests to gain diagnostic or prognostic information. Treatment often requires medical intervention, which can be undertaken in general practice by a care team that understand the details and risks of established chemotherapy protocols. Due to the frequency of visits for patients undertaking chemotherapy, nurses can become heavily involved with the consultation, diagnostic tests, treatment, patient aftercare and client support. Nursing patients with cancer is an ideal opportunity to expand the veterinary nurse’s skill set as well as introduce another nurse-led clinic to the practice. This webinar aims to improve our basic understanding of lymphoma and the treatment regimes involved. By providing chemotherapy in practice, we can reduce the need for a specialist referral centre to be primarily responsible in some cases, therefore allowing for more patients to be treated and improving quality of life by reducing waiting and journey times.
Brachycephalic breeds have increased massively in popularity over the past few years, and so it is far more common that we have to anaesthetise these patients on an almost daily basis. This lecture explains what BOAS is and how it can be diagnosed, along with how to manage these patients from the time of pre-medication, right through to the recovery period.
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