We organized two interesting webinars on Clostridiosis in cow livestock with more than 400 attendees. We achieved our objective of delving deeper into diagnosis based on macroscopic lesions, in addition to laboratory diagnosis.
In order to make a correct diagnosis, the speakers Valentín Pérez (lecturer from the Department of Animal Health from the Veterinary Faculty of León) and Victor Fernández (Technical Director of the Animal Science Laboratory, Análisis Clinicos Veterinarios, S.L.P) clarified queries from participating vets.
On the 14th, Valentín began the talk with an overview of the different clostridial diseases in the enterotoxaemias set and their most important macroscopic lesions found during the autopsy.
Then, on the 16th, Victor performed a clinical diagnosis field analysis followed by a laboratory diagnosis. In the latter, he explained the different techniques used and evaluated the reliability of each one of them.
Thanks to the high level of specialization of our speakers and the assistance of Raúl Martínez (Syva ruminant technician and webinar moderator) sessions were extremely dynamic, interesting and attractive for the more than 400 professionals registered.
We remind all those who registered but who could not attend, that the speaker recordings can be viewed until 18th November.
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