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					                  VMS 5793 September 2011
                  Large Animal Medicine II
                    Food Animal Medicine
                 Schedule—subject to change

 1 Sep 5 Mo 8 Antibiotics          36 Oct25 Tu 8 Digestive
 2     6 Tu 8 Sheep/Goat           37    26 We 8 Digestive
 3     7 We 8 Sheep/Goat           38    27 Th 8 Digestive
 4     8 Th 8 Sheep/Goat           39    28 Fr 8 Digestive
 5     9 Fr 8 Sheep/Goat           40    31 Mo 8 Metabolic
 6    12 Mo 8 Sheep/Goat           41 Nov 1 Tu 8 Metabolic
 7    13 Tu 8 Sheep/Goat           42     2 We 8 Metabolic
 8    14 We 8 Sheep/Goat           43     3 Th 8 Ophthalmology
 9    15 Th 8 Sheep/Goat           44     4 Fr 8 Ophthalmology
10    16 Fr 8 Sheep/Goat           45     7 Mo 8 FAD
11    19 Mo 8 St.Kitts Day         46     8 Tu 8 FAD
12    20 Tu 8 Bovine Intro         47     9 We 8 Renal
13    21 We 8 Bovine Intro         48    10 Th 8 Neurology
14    22 Th 8 Bovine Intro         49    11 Fr 8 Neurology
15    23 Fr 8 Dermatology          50    14 Mo 8 Neurology
16    26 Mo 8 Dermatology          51    15 Tu 8 Examination II
17    27 Tu 8 Dermatology          52    16 We 8 Mammary
18    28 We 8 Dermatology          53    17 Th 8 Mammary
19    29 Th 8 Musculoskel          54    18 Fr 8 Mammary
20    30 Fr 8 Musculoskel          55    21 Mo 8 Mammary
21 Oct 3 Mo 8 Musculoskel          56    22 Tu 8 Herd Health
22     4 Tu 8 Musculoskel          57    23 We 8 Herd Health
23     5 We 8 Respiratory          58    24 Th 8 Swine
24     6 Th 8 Respiratory          59    25 Fr 8 Swine
25     7 Fr 8 Respiratory          60    28 Mo 8 Swine
26    10 Mo 8 Examination I        61    29 Tu 8 Swine
27    11 Tu 8 Cardiovascular       62    30 We 8 Swine
28    12 We 8 Cardiovascular       63 Dec 1 Th 8 Swine
29    13 Th 8 Cardiovascular       64     2 Fr 8 Swine
30    14 Fr 8 Digestive            65     5 Mo 8 Camelids
31    17 Mo 8 Digestive            66     6 Tu 8 Camelids
32    18 Tu 8 Digestive            67     7 We 8 Camelids
33    19 We 8 Digestive            68     8 Th 8 Deer
34    20 Th 8 Digestive            69     9 Fr 8 Ratites
35    21 Fr 8 Digestive            Final Examination:
Mid-semester break: Oct 24              December 12 2011




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Course Objectives:

1.          To study the disease syndromes seen in food animals.
2.          To recognize and associate clinical signs observed with those
            syndromes.
3.          To formulate a plan for diagnosis, therapy, and control.
4.          To compare and contrast food animal diseases with those of
            horses.
5.          To learn to recognize problems and solve them within the
            constraints of economics and practicality of food animal
            practice.

Handouts: Study guides for species

Textbook: Veterinary Medicine by Radostits, Blood, and Gay

Recommended reading:

1.                   Color Atlas books
2.                   Large Animal Internal Medicine by Smith and others


Examinations:

1.                   Midterm examination I     Oct 10         275   points
2.                   Midterm examination II    Nov 15         275   points
3.                   Final examination         Dec 12         400   points
4.                   Quizzes                                   50   points
                                              Total          1000   points

Standard university grading policy will apply.

Examinations may cover all information up to the time of the examination,
with emphasis being placed upon new material since the previous examination.
The final examination will be a comprehensive examination on large animal
medicine with an emphasis on food animal medicine. Class attendance is
mandatory. No examination can be changed without permission of the Dean. An
examination missed without excused absence will not be made up and will not
be awarded any points. Quizzes may be given at any time during the course.

Questions are encouraged at all times.

If you are having trouble with the course or need advice or counseling,
please feel free to contact your faculty advisor, the school counselor, or
the course instructors.
Instructors:
Charles Wallace, DVM, MS, DipACVS             Simon Kenyon, BVetMed, MRCVS,PhD

869-465-4161-X142                             869-465-4161 Ext 240
Western Apartments #16
869-466-7619 (try this one first)             869-668-8442
869-465-6115

wallace@sisterisles.kn                                skenyon@rossvet.edu.kn
chwallace@rossvet.edu.kn
skb_boy@yahoo.com

website:        rossskb.homestead.com



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