Ontario Animal Health Network Veterinary Podcasts Veterinary Podcast station of the Ontario Animal Health Network (OAHN) in Canada- we can also be downloaded from iTunes

In the final section of our 5-part postmortem podcast series, Dr. Nick Nation, from the University of Alberta, along with Dr. Maria Spinato, from the Animal Health Laboratory at the University of Guelph, discuss their top tips for submitting samples to a lab. You can access an in-depth write-up and summary on the topic here: http://oahn.ca/resources/general/the-necropsy-in-veterinary-medicine-part-5

You must be logged in to the OAHN website as a registered veterinarian in Ontario to access these written summaries.
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In part 4 of our 5-part postmortem podcast series, Dr. Nick Nation, from the University of Alberta, along with Dr. Maria Spinato, from the Animal Health Laboratory at the University of Guelph, discuss placement, incisions, postmortem tips, removing the brain, rabies and toxic plants. You can access an in-depth write-up and summary on the topics here: http://oahn.ca/resources/equine/the-necropsy-in-veterinary-medicine-part-4/

You must be logged in to the OAHN website as a registered veterinarian in Ontario to access these written summaries.
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In part 3 of our 5-part postmortem podcast series, Dr. Nick Nation, from the University of Alberta, along with Dr. Maria Spinato, from the Animal Health Laboratory at the University of Guelph, discuss identification, examination, protection and maintaining you tools. You can access an in-depth write up on the subjects here: http://oahn.ca/resources/equine/the-necropsy-in-veterinary-medicine-part-3/


and a summarized version ready for printing and use in clinic or the vet truck. You must be logged in to the OAHN website as a registered veterinarian in Ontario to access these written summaries.
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In Part 2 of our 5-part postmortem podcast series, Dr. Nick Nation, from the University of Alberta, outlines the basic priniciples of a postmortem, euthanasia, understanding the changes that take place during postmortem, and tips for opening a carcass. You can access an in-depth write up on the subjects here: http://oahn.ca/resources/equine/the-necropsy-in-veterinary-medicine-part-2/ and a summarized version ready for printing and use in clinic or the vet truck. You must be logged in to the OAHN website as a registered veterinarian in Ontario to access these written summaries.

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In Part 1 of our 5-part postmortem podcast series, Dr. NickNation, from the University of Alberta, introduces the series, outlines thetools you need to do a postmortem, and discusses the reasons for doing a postmortem,and when you should not be conducting one. You can access an in-depth write upon the subjects here: http://oahn.ca/resources/equine/introduction-part-1-of-5-the-practical-vets-guide-to-field-post-mortems/ and a summarized version ready for printing and use in clinic or the vet truck.  You must be logged in to the OAHN website as a registered veterinarian in Ontario to access these written summaries.

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