Internship at toa payoh vets
Dec 23, 2012
Pl get some videos completed with Vanessa while I am in Hong Kong from Dec 24 to 27, 2012. Vanessa will be completing her internship in 1 day's time. Pl let Vanessa see this email.
VIDEOS NEEDED ARE:
1. Microscopic examination of ringworm in the dog.
Similar format and narration as to what has been produced in the video below:
That means Vanessa has to illustrate (draw) normal hairs and infected hairs as well as show magnified images (1000X) from the new microscope of both types with reference to the Siberian Husky case.
Include the following 4 images with your other images:
2. Swollen eyes in a red-eared slider in Singapore and the latest video on Dec 22, 2012.
DIAGNOSIS, DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS and TREATMENT of one case study must be clearly written and videoed. Seven images of feeding multivitamins to the slider by mouth are at: www.toapayohvets.com and they must be used as well as the videos. 4/7 are shown below:
OTHER CASES AT:
Use the images
In the CONCLUSION, provide advices on prevention of swollen eyes and also on "How to tell whether the slider is male or female and its life cycle e.g. male matures at ... years and females at ... years. Some research is needed.
3. Electro-surgery in a hamster. TOOLS, PROS AND CONS COMPARED TO SCALPEL BLADE EXCISION. Most young people will find electro-surgery as a dull subject as they have so many more interesting distractions. Therefore, produce a video fascinating and compelling to educate vet students and pet owners with images, audio and a strong narrative.
USE THE FOLLOWING IMAGE AS A HOOK - THE HAMSTER WITH AN ARMPIT FULL OF TUMOURS
The case is at:
There is another case of the nose swelling too. Use the images of electro-surgery.
How you are able to integrate the images and tell a good story depends on you.
TOOLS OF THE TRADE
PROS AND CONS COMPARED TO SCAPEL
CASE STUDIES OF INTERESTS (see URLs below) including a guinea pig case.
CONCLUSION. Electro-surgery will not electrocute the hamster or the persons involved. It is a safe technique for certain types of surgery where the scalpel blade cannot be used or used efficiently. If the vet knows how to use the equipment properly and has a sound knowledge of the electro-surgical process to avoid electrical burns and shocks to the persons or animals involved, electro-surgery is a very useful process in veterinary surgery.
URLs of cases done at Toa Payoh Vets
Cases and images should include:
3.1 A case to remove a hamster's ear tumour. Extract the essence of the technique and provide visual images. The case is at:
3.2 Another case at:
An example of electro-surgery In another animal is the guinea pig operated by me at Toa Payoh Vets. e.g. a guinea pig (illustrate with the following case study).
Electro-surgery in a guinea pig at Toa Payoh Vets.
3.2 Other cases done by me at Toa Payoh Vets. Get the "relevant" images onto the video. The images are at:
3.2.1 Scalpel blade excises the tumour
3.2.2 Images of one case of electrosurgery at:
The case report is at:
3.2.3 A recent case of ear tumour removed by electro-surgery by Dr Daniel is at:
Pl let me know by email if there are queries.