Naso-Oesophageal Tube Placement in Cats

Martha Cannon

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In this free learning series for vets and vet nurses, Martha Cannon explains the advantages and disadvantages of using naso-oesophageal tubes as a method of assisted feeding in cats, demonstrates how to place them and discusses their care and maintenance.

0.1 Hours CPD

£0.00 + VAT

  • Description

    This video is taken from the seven-part learning series The Inappetent Cat. Although originally lectured to an audience of veterinary surgeons, this short video is suitable for both vet nurses and vets.

    All our Free CPD can be found in our Free CPD category on our On-Demand website.

  • In association with...

    The Oxford Cat Clinic

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