28441 - Clinical Practice: Small, Exotic and Equine Animals
1. Dog and cat. 77 h tutorials( face to face classes) and 15 h individual workload:
1.1.Clinical Care in medical consultation or surgery (77 hours):
Practical sessions on general medical consultations, medical specialties and operating rooms of the HVUZ .:
1.1.1 9 hours in general medical consultation. (3 hours a day for 3 days).
1.1.2 36 hours in medical specialties:
Two full weeks, 3 or 4 hours/day by specialty:
Reproduction. 1 day, 4 hours
Dermatology.1 day, 4 hours
Pet Ethology.1 day, 4 hours
Neurology.1 day, 4 hours
Cardiology.1 day 3 hours
Endocrinology.1 day 3 hours
Clinical Oncology.1 day, 4 hours
Urology.1 day 4 hours
Ophthalmology.1 day 3 hours
Odontostomatology.1 day 3 hours
1.1.3 32 hours in Operating Room: anesthesia and surgery.
8 days on two weeks (4 days a week), 4 h daily.
During these days, students will actively collaborate in
anesthetic and surgical procedures to the extent that
the case and the knowledge and skills of the student permit.
1.2 Individual workload (15 h):
Dedicated to the preparation and conduct of examinations.
2. Exotic Animals . 7.5 face to face hours and 5 individual workload:
2.1 Medical care or surgery (7 hours):
2 practice sessions of 3.75 h each, one in HVUZ consultations and other outpatient clinics, with assistant professors.
They will complete the weeks of consultation dog / cat.
2.2 Individual workload (5 h): Dedicated to the preparation and conduct of the examination.
3. Horses. 22.5 face to face hours and 15 individual workload:
3.1 Hospital clinical practices: in the area of Large Animal HVUZ.
- 3.5 h with equine patients *
- 8.5 h with biomodelos:
- 1.5 h Transrectal examination training in equine cadaver preceded by a preparatory workshop 1 h.
- 3.5 h nerve blocks and major surgical interventions in the head **.
- 3.5 h surgical techniques limbs.
3.2 Outpatient practices in equestrian centers or stud farms (7 h) *
Ambulatory clinical equine patients cared for on an outpatient basis with assistant professors with mobile clinics. (Divided into two sessions of 3.5 hours each).
3.3 Supervised visits to equestrian centers to analyze real problems (1.5 h).
3.4 Seminars about issues of interest to students (1 h)
3.5 Individual workload (15 h): Dedicated to the preparation of seminars
4. Emergency night shifts. 5.5 hours with tutorship and 40 hours individual workload:
4.1 Clinical Seminars (5.5 h) in which, based on clinical cases seen in the emergency service, intensive care unit (ICU) and hospitalization HVUZ, the main medical protocols used in the Service will be reviewed.
4.2 Medical assistance during on-call (evenings and weekends) of HVUZ supervised by the veterinary staff of HVUZ (40 hours)
5 Necropsy sessions.7'5 face to face hours and 5 individual workload:
Clinical sessions in the necropsy room with cases of canine / feline and equine from the HVUZ or referred by other veterinarians species.
They were scheduled with sessions necropsy of other species included in the "Practicum of animals for slaughter”.