December 2015 Issue - page 4

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December 2015
PENNSYLVANIA EQUESTRIAN
New Bolton Center experts
in veterinary emergency and
critical care, neonatal intensive
care, and reproduction will speak
about equine dystocia, care of a
sick foal, and post-partum mare
management during a special
evening program focused on
foaling.
The event will be held on
Tuesday, December 15 from 7 to
8 p.m., in Alumni Hall at New
Bolton Center, 382 West Street
Road, Kennett Square, PA. Light
refreshments will be served start-
ing at 6:30 p.m.
The program is designed
for referring veterinarians and
managers of horse breeding
operations, but is free and open
to the public. Reservations are
recommended. Please contact
Emily Daignault-Salvaggio at
or 610-444-
6100.
Barbara Dallap Schaer,
VMD, DACVS, DACVECC,
Medical Director of New Bolton
Center and an Emergency and
New Bolton Center to Offer
Free Foaling Seminar
Critical Care specialist, will dis-
cuss equine dystocia (abnormal
foaling), including indications
for referral, methods to maximize
foal survival, and protocols for
dystocia management at New
Bolton Center.
Michelle Linton, BSc
BVMS, DACVIM-LAIM, Fellow
in Emergency/Critical Care and
Internal Medicine, will discuss
optimizing foal care on the
farm, indications for referral to
New Bolton Center, and unique
services provided by the Neonatal
Intensive Care Unit.
Patricia Sertich, VMD, MS,
DACT, Associate Professor
of Reproduction, will outline
post-partum mare management
with a focus on the fetal mem-
brane evaluations. Additionally,
Dr. Sertich will address the care
a mare receives when she is
referred to New Bolton Center
accompanying a sick foal.
A question-and-answer
session will follow the presenta-
tions.
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