Capnography for small patients, how low can you go?
  • mikebrampton
  • February 5, 2016
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Capnography is an essential element when anaesthetising  patients to help you achieve a positive outcomes for your patients and especially those more dangerous neonatal or small ones. This was highlighted in a recent article in the Veterinary Times (Vol 46 No5) by Carrington-Brown and Walsh. The article states “Capnography can be used to aid the…

Tour de Vet goes on TV!
  • mikebrampton
  • June 2, 2015
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It had been a cold wet and windy day from the Bath Vet Referrals day at Blagdon to Emersons Green. Followers of Tour de Vet will know this seems to be standard weather, but this time we were also told to be prepared not just to discuss Feline Medicine with the fabulous team at Emersons…

One wheel on our wagon, Tour de Vet2, week 1
  • mikebrampton
  • May 11, 2015
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It has been a week now since Tour de Vet 2 on behalf of http://www.cats.org.uk/ (Cats Protection) started, and what a week both Margie and I have had. Thanks to our charitable partners Onswitch, thank you Alison and Donald, we  were ferried to our starting point in Truro in some style. Day 1, after Margie spoke with Clifton…

Tour de Vet 2 ready to roll, Lizzie explains
  • mikebrampton
  • May 3, 2015
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Lizzie explains about the water on the windows meaning www.justgiving.com/tour-de-vet2/ is ready to go to Felix 1 and Felix 2….hang on where is Felix 2?

Brain salad surgery and the CAT Doppler… the development of a gold standard product.
  • mikebrampton
  • August 7, 2014
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1994 Neuro Operating Theatres, Brook Hospital, Shooters Hill. I was there working with Alan the SODA and a couple of Anaesthetists, learning about the skills and dangers of hypotensive anaesthesia for open brain surgery.

How can I take a cats blood pressure in 1 minute?
  • mikebrampton
  • July 25, 2014
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Taking a cat’s blood pressure is easy using the CAT Doppler from Thames Medical! See a demonstration of how you can take a blood pressure reading in 1 minute:

Tour de Vet – The Final Push!!
  • mikebrampton
  • June 12, 2014
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Fantastic session at Ryhd Broughton Vets…. @ThamesMedical enjoyable CPD, learnt a lot. Thank you and good luck on com-pleting your challenge, raising lots of money for @canine_partners

Donations reach £2,000!
  • mikebrampton
  • June 9, 2014
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The “Tour de Vet” fundraising total currently stands at just over £2,000! But we still have a way to go to reach our target…