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B-1008 Gillett - Sea Snake Medicine

B-1008 Gillett - Sea Snake Medicine

B-1008 Gillett - Sea Snake Medicine

Dr Amber Gillett BVSc (Hon), PHD candidate
Dr Amber Gillett BVSc (Hon), PHD candidate
on behalf of World Aquatic Veterinary Medical Association

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Launch date: 19 Feb 2015

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Last updated: 02 Aug 2017

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This presentation will cover basic taxonomy of sea snakes, common conditions of stranded Hydrophid sea snakes found in Queensland waters and basic veterinary examination, diagnostic techniques, anaesthesia and temporary rehabilitation housing.

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1. Taxonomic classification and definition of a 'true' sea snake - Hydrophiinae
2. Common conditions encountered in stranded Australian sea snakes
3. Anaesthesia and diagnostic techniques for use in sea snakes
Dr Amber Gillett BVSc (Hon), PHD candidate

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Dr Amber Gillett BVSc (Hon), PHD candidate
on behalf of World Aquatic Veterinary Medical Association

Dr Gillett has been a full time wildlife veterinarian since 2006 working largely with Australian native fauna in Queensland at the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital where she treat all manner of species from koalas to sea turtles and sea snakes. In 2010 she started her current PhD part time investigating stranding events and disease in Australian sea snakes washing ashore Queensland beaches. She has two recent manuscripts on sea snake examination (Gillett et al, 2014.vol 45(4) pp 755-765. JZWM) and haematological and biochemical reference ranges for three species of Australian sea snake species ('In press'). Her PhD is the first of its kind investigating disease, causes of strandings and blood reference range development in hydrophid sea snakes worldwide.

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