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Guinea Pig Handling - Tipping to Sex

One hand under thorax and one hand lifting rump. Tip the guinea pig backwards slowly until their spine is resting against the front of your body. They must not be tipped back further than vertical.…

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Guinea Pig Handling - Holding in to Body

Demonstrating a secure hold if it was necessary to transport a guinea pig across the room. Simply hold in to your body with two hands, or allow to sit on your forearm as shown.

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Guinea Pig Handling - Removing from Carrier on Table

Always use two hands. Top-opening carriers are preferred. Support thorax with one hand and rump with other hand. Lift calmly and confidently. Place on table and keep hands on at all times. If you are…

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Guinea Pig Handling - Removing from Carrier on Floor

Always use two hands. Top-opening carriers are preferred. Support thorax with one hand and rump with other hand. Lift calmly and confidently. Hold in to your body whilst travelling to the consult…

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Clinical Club 6th April - Jenna Richardson - Guinea Pigs in General Practice - What you need to know!

Clinical Club 6th April - Jenna Richardson, Senior Lecturer in Rabbit, Exotic Animal and Wildlife Medicine and Surgery - Guinea Pigs in General Practice - What you need to know!

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CP2: Introduction to Experiment 1 - Dr Phil Larkman

Dose / Response and Structure / Activity relationships in pharmacology

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BMS2: Chemical Synaptic Transmission 3 Part 2 Dr Phil Larkman

Muscarinic receptor modulation of cardiac and smooth muscle contraction

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Interview with Laszlo Máthé

Dr Fiona Borthwick talks to Laszlo Máthé, Principle Sustainability Officer at New Britain Palm Oil, about the future of sustainable global food systems.

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Reconstructing ENSO from fossil corals

Reconstructing ENSO from fossil corals

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EdSign | Gary Morgan "Variations in early exposure to language: consequences for phonology and working memory"

Gary Morgan "Variations in early exposure to language: consequences for phonology and working memory" Gary Morgan is Professor of Psychology at City University, London. Here is his…

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