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Studying Clinical Veterinary Subjects Online | The University of Edinburgh

How is it possible to study clinical veterinary subjects online? It's a question we get asked a lot, so we decided to make this video to hopefully help answer any doubts you might have! Find…

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CNR - Induction

CNR 2022 - Anaesthesia - induction Warning: This video may contain footage of surgery, trauma, or disease. The videos were all opportunistically filmed in collaboration with animal welfare…

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CNR - Pain Pathways

CNR - Pain pathways (2022) (SC) Warning: This video may contain footage of surgery, trauma, or disease. The videos were all opportunistically filmed in collaboration with animal welfare…

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Animal Behaviour & Welfare course trailer

Learn about the history and concepts of animal welfare, how it can be assessed and measured, and finish with a practical animal welfare module for companion animals, with our short online course. …

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Rabbit analgesia and anaesthesia

Clinical Club Rabbit Analgesia and Anaesthesia

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Clinical Club Anaesthesia for animals with cardiovascular disease

Risk assessment and management of small animals with underlying cardiovascular disease presenting for anaesthesia. Includes a brief overview of relevant pathophysiology and strategies on clinical…

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CNR - pre-medication

CNR - Anaesthesia and Analgesia: Clinical assessment and pre-medication (2021) (SC) Warning: This video may contain footage of surgery, trauma, or disease. The videos were all opportunistically…

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Liam Delaney and Vhairi McAtear BMedSci students

Liam Delaney and Vhairi McAtear BMed Sci students discuss what attracted them to the Intercalated BMedSci programme.

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Prof Lesley Colvin pain medicine research

Translational pain research attempts to join up basic laboratory science with direct applications in clinic in order to improve patient care. There are a number of research questions that Professor…

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Dr Mike Gillies & Mr Ewen Harrison: The effect of day of the week on short- and long-term mortality for emergency general surgery.

The effect of day of the week on short- and long-term mortality for emergency general surgery: a population based cohort study. The effect of day of the week on outcome after surgery is the subject…

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Dr Mike Gillies: large epidemiological study

Researchers from Departments of Anaesthesia, Critical Care and Surgery at the University of Edinburgh undertook a large epidemiological study looking at data from all patients having emergency…

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Dr Kenny Baillie: genetics of susceptibility to critical illness.

Dr Kenneth Baillie is a Welcome Trust intermediate clinical fellow at the Rolsin Institute at the University of Edinburgh and a consultant in intensive care medicine. Dr Baillie discusses research he…

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Prof Tim Walsh Department Structure and Research

Professor Tim Walsh discuss the department structure and research activities of Anaesthesia, Critical Care and Pain Medicine

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Tim Walsh Educational Opportunities

Professor Tim Walsh discusses educational opportunities within the department of Anaesthesia, Critical Care and Pain Medicine.

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Tim Walsh Department Introduction

Professor Tim Walsh gives an introduction to the department of Anaesthesia, Critical Care and Pain Medicine.

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Tim Walsh PROFILE trial

Professor Tim Walsh talks about the PROFILE trial (PReventing early unplanned hOspital readmission aFter critical ILlnEss)

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