We are thrilled to announce that our first Podcasts is available to download today. It features Victoria South in conversation with Andy Durham about recent advances in our understanding of insulin dysregualtion and how to test for it (and assess laminitis risk in general).
Podcast – Insulin Dysregulation
We discussed a few papers in the podcasts – here are links to some of the papers:
Bertin and de Laat EVJ Sept 2017
Bamford Vet J 2016
Equine Endocrinology Group
We are thrilled to launch our new histopathology service. Unique to LEH Laboratory, each sample will have a personalised clinical interpretation by one of our medicine specialists in addition to routine histopathological description and comments. We provide free histopathology kits that contain a formalin-filled pot, submission form, suitable packaging, and are labelled to our Pathology Service’s direct postal address for speedy delivery of samples. Please contact the Laboratory to obtain these free packs or alternatively, download our Histopathology submission form and Pre-paid labels.
If your heading to BEVA Congress this week (13th -16th September), which is held at The ACC – Kings Dock – Liverpool – L3 4PF, come and visit us on stand 310. We look forward to seeing you there!
We are delighted to release a new chapter on Endocrinopathic laminitis in our No Nonsense Guide to Equine Clinical Pathology. An electronic version is available to download here, or you can order a hard copy to slot into your current Guide by emailing the Laboratory. You can also pick up your free copy of the whole guide or the new chapter from our stand at BEVA Congress 2017.
An introduction to the No Nonsense Guide to Equine Clinical Pathology:
At Liphook Equine Hospital Laboratory we aim to provide the latest evidence-based practical advice straight from the mouths of international researchers and their latest publications. We distill this research into a quick reference guide for busy vets out on the road. To minimise our carbon footprint, we simply re-write the relevant chapters where required and make them available online and in print.