UVAS Press Release

5-Days Hands-on Training on "Advanced Clinical and Diagnostic Techniques in Pets Animal Practice" under IVPD project held at UVAS

LAHORE (25-06-18): The Pet Centre in collaboration with project titled “In-service Training Facility of Advance Veterinary Education and Professional Development for Veterinary Professionals (IVPD)” funded by the Punjab government organized an 5-Days Lectures & Hands on Training Workshop titled "Advanced clinical and diagnostic techniques in pets animal practice" here in University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS) Lahore on Monday.
Vice-Chancellor Meritorious Prof Dr Talat Naseer Pasha presided over the inaugural session of the training while Incharge Pet Centre Prof Dr Asim Khalid Mahmood, Associate Professor Dr Hafsa Zaneb and faculty members from clinical departments and MPhil Pet Animal Practitioners students were present on the occasion.
Speaking on the occasion, Prof Dr Asim Khalid Mahmood spoke about the objectives of the training. He said with the support of UVAS leadership the clinical facilities of Pet Center expending day by day with providing 24 hour services for the better treatment of pets/animals. He said that national and foreign expert would deliver theirs lectures to highlight the advancements in clinical practices and the latest techniques going on in the developing countries.
Dr Asif Qadeer, a well-established senior veterinarian an ex-student of UVAS with years of experience from the United States of America, is the Resource Person of the training.The lectures would comprise of detailed clinical training regarding advanced diagnostic techniques which include CT Scan, MRI, Endoscopy and ECG along with a number of clinical procedures such as Paracentesis, Abdominocentesis, Cystocentesis, Feeding tube placement, intro of laser surgery, nervous trauma handling, pain management and euthanasia. Dr Asif Qadeer will detail the participants over critical emergency patient management and sensitive procedures like blood transfusion protocol and emergency fluid therapy.