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TVM UK launches epilepsy Lunch and Learn

Lunch and Learn sessions will take place in veterinary practices nationwide, and will focus on diagnosis and management of epilepsy

TVM UK, the innovative animal health company is launching its new “Lunch and Learn” sessions in 2020. The sessions, which take place in veterinary practices nationwide, will focus on diagnosis and management of epilepsy and use of products from the TVM UK neurology range, Soliphen and Ziapam.

“The Five Steps of Seizure Management” which includes lunch provided by TVM UK, will update vets and nurses on:

  • Diagnosis of epilepsy
  • First line treatment options
  • Monitoring and testing
  • Management of status epilepticus

Will Peel, Product Manager at TVM UK explains:

“The Lunch and Learn sessions have proved very popular with veterinary practices. Our aim is to update vets/nurses on diagnosis and management of epilepsy in general practice whilst educating them about products and services which can help them better support their patients.”

The sessions will also provide practitioners with TVM UK literature, guidelines and owner educational tools which support veterinary staff in diagnosing and treating pets with epilepsy.

To find out more or to book your Lunch and Learn, please contact your local TVM UK territory manager or email help@tvm-uk.com.

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