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Видеоматериалы по ветеринарии птиц

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Доброго времени суток !

Пока модераторы форума меня не забанят :) буду по мере сил поддерживать темы литературы по ветеринарии и биологии птиц на  английском и русском языках.


Решилась открыть еще одну тему, где буду выкладывать найденные в интернете видеоролики, демонстрирующие ветеринарные манипуляции с птицами. Возможно, эти видеоматериалы пригодятся практикующим ветврачам, студентам-ветеринарам, любителям птиц.

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Emergency and Critical Care Video Clips

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Language: English

LafeberVet video clips will assist your veterinary team in the initial care of exotic animals. After stabilizing your non-traditional patient, refer to a local exotic animal veterinarian or contact the Association of Avian Veterinarians, the Association of Exotic Mammal Veterinarians, the

Association of Reptilian and Amphibian Veterinarians or the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners for a referral. Having difficulty playing the videos? Or interested in direct download of video clips for teaching purposes? Contact us and we will send you the clips for direct download.

Bleeding and Broken Blood Feathers in Birds (4:50): When a blood feather breaks, the feather shaft acts via capillary action so bleeding lasts much longer than it would otherwise. The degree of blood loss can be significant, especially in small birds. Video created January 7, 2011.


Emeraid Omnivore and the Emeraid Critical Care System Hand and Gavage Feeding (4:43): Get information about the Emeraid Nutritional Care System as well as tips on hand and gavage feeding companion parrots and omnivorous birds. Video created July 25, 2011.


Intramuscular Injections in Birds (2:15): Intramuscular or IM injections in birds are given into the pectoral muscles. Video created January 7, 2011


Intraosseous Catheter Placement in the Bird (4:08): Fluid therapy is indicated in critical patients including birds. Vascular access can be extremely difficult or even impossible during shock, making intraosseous or IO catheter placement necessary. Video created January 7, 2011


Intravenous Catheter Placement in Birds (4:20): Intravenous (IV) catheters are commonly used intraoperatively or in more stable hospitalized patients. Video created July 7, 2011.


Oral Drug Administration in the Bird (1:56): Oral medications are frequently prescribed to avian patients. Oral drug administration can be a fairly straightforward process that works quite well for small doses. If larger volumes must be given, use of a gavage or feeding tube may be indicated. Video created June 3, 2011.


Parrot Restraint (4:31): Manual restraint is required for virtually any medical procedure in the companion parrot. Video created January 7, 2011.


Passerine (or Songbird) Restraint (3:13): Get tips for safe and effective handling of songbirds or passerines. Video created January 7, 2011.


Subcutaneous Fluids in Birds (3:17): The subcutaneous route is the most common method of fluid administration in the bird. Use subcutaneous fluids to provide maintenance fluids or to correct mild dehydration. Video created January 7, 2011.


Tube or Gavage Feeding in Birds (4:15): Tube feeding or gavage feeding is an essential part of avian supportive care. Video created January 7, 2011


Wing Wrap Placement in Birds (4:06): Wing injuries may present as a wing droop or an inability to fly. The figure-of-eight bandage or wing wrap is the standard method for stabilizing the wing short-term. Video created January 7, 2011.


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Avian First Aid (Lecture by Dr. Pam Gordy)

Internet source: http://www.youtube.com/user/jlcribber

Language: English

A series of videos about Avian First Aid.

Dr. Pam Gordy (avian vet) tells us how to handle emergency medical situations with our pet birds.


Любительское видео. Лекция об оказании птицам первой помощи в домашних условиях разбита на 15 коротких эпизодов. Однако здесь больше говорильни (включая предисловия John Langkamp aka jlcribber), поэтому не владеющим разговорным английским пользы от этого видео, увы, будет не много. Тем не менее:

Avian First Aid. Episode 1. Introducing Dr. Pam Gordy



Avian First Aid. Episode 2. Being Prepared



Avian First Aid. Episode 3. Assessing the Situation



Avian First Aid. Episode 4. Transporting your sick/injured bird



Avian First Aid. Episode 5. Catching your bird



Avian First Aid. Episode 6. Toweling Demonstrations



Avian First Aid. Episode 7. Bleeding/Blood Feathers



Avian First Aid. Episode 8. Bleeding /Toes and Legs



Avian First Aid. Episode 9. Bleeding/Beaks



Avian First Aid. Episode 10. Bleeding / Lacerations



Avian First Aid. Episode 11. Burns



Avian First Aid. Episode 12. Egg Binding Part I



Avian First Aid. Episode 13. Egg Binding Part II



Avian First Aid. Episode 14. Prolapse



Avian First Aid. Episode 15. Trauma



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Avian Influenza Diagnostic Sample

Internet source: http://www.youtube.com/user/FAOoftheUN

Language: English

This video belongs to the section entitled "Avian Influenza diagnostic sample" that is part of the DVD "Avian Influenza sampling procedures and laboratory testing" funded by FAO and the Istituto Zooprofilattico delle Venezie (IZSVe).

Sample collection in live birds: blood, tracheal and cloacal swat






P.S. Коль скоро речь зашла про с/х птицу, немножко страшноватого видео по этой теме (с декоративной птицей, конечно, по большей части так нельзя обращаться, но кое-какие манипуляции всё же можно взять на вооружение).


Avian Diagnostic Sample Collection

Internet source: http://partnersah.vet.cornell.edu/

(Educational Resources for Veterinarians and Pet Owners )

Language: English

Learn how to properly collect and submit a variety of diagnostic samples in poultry with this comprehensive training video. Developed by leading poultry specialists at Cornell University and the United States Department of Agriculture, this practical guide shows you how to collect samples from live birds as well as how to systemically gather samples during the avian post-mortem examination. Step-by-step instructions include how to collect blood in chickens and ducks, swab samples from the oropharynx, sinuses, cloaca, joints, bone marrow, and internal organs, as well as how to collect samples for histopathology and parasitology. Also included, are the proper methods for preparing and shipping specimens to a diagnostic laboratory for bacterial, viral, and Mycoplasma isolation. Emphasis is placed on collecting and submitting high-quality samples to the laboratory, as well as following international regulations for the shipment of Dangerous Goods.

Authors: Drs. Elizabeth Buckles, Jodi Korich, Jaime Ruiz, Benjamin Lucio-Martinez, Alfonso Torres, Alejandro Banda and Shankar Mondal

Format: Flash Video

Running time: 50 minutes, delivered in 8 chapters

General Principles; Blood Collection in Adult Chickens; Blood Collection in Chicks; Blood Collection in Ducks; Serological Testing; Diagnostic Sampling - External Bird; Diagnostic Sampling - Internal Bird; Packaging and Shipping Specimens



Avian Necropsy Examination

Internet source: http://partnersah.vet.cornell.edu/

Language: English

This 11-part video series provides a complete step-by-step guide to the necropsy examination of poultry. Learn how to select the appropriate birds to examine, systematically evaluate all the body systems, identify abnormal gross lesions, and much more. Running time is 96 minutes.

Authors: Drs. Elizabeth Buckles, Jodi Korich, Jaime Ruiz, Benjamin Lucio-Martinez, Alfonso Torres, Alejandro Banda and Shankar Mondal.

Introduction: Practical Considerations; The External Exam; Opening the Bird; Neck and Thoracic Inlet; In situ Inspection; Glands, Skin, Muscles, and Nerves; Removing Viscera; Bones and Head; Examining Viscera; Gastrointestinal Tract; Duck Necropsy Exam


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Veterinary Educational Videos

Internet source: http://www.vetvideos.com/

Language: English

Collection of online videos by Dr Banga's Websites: for veterinarians, veterinary students and veterinary technicians/nurses.

Mask Induction: Avian Anesthesia



Mask and Endotracheal Tube: Avian Anesthesia



Intubation: Avian Anesthesia



Capnography: Avian Anesthesia



Wing Trim: Avian Techniques



Nail Trim: Avian Techniques



Beak Trim: Avian Techniques



Cloacal Temperature: Avian Techniques



Doppler Ultrasound: Avian Techniques



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Exotic Bird Hospital Channel TV

Internet source: http://www.youtube.com/user/ExoticBirdHospital/videos

Language: English

“We are dedicated to excellence in avian and exotic animal health care. The hospital opened its doors in 1995 with the purpose of providing full and expert veterinary services for birds. We also specialize in small mammals including rabbits, ferrets, guinea pigs and mice”

Educational Videos:

In particular:

Complete Check up Avian Exam



Avian Cryotherapy


Cryotherapy is an excellent option for treating the following types of lesions:

Cancerous and non-cancerous skin lesions, Skin tags, Oral tumors, Papillomas, Perianal adenomas, Distichia, Eyelid tumors, Sebaceous adenomas, Acral lick granulomas


Avian Digital Radiographs


RADIOGRAPHS (X-RAY): This test allows veterinarians to "see" inside the body non-invasively. This test can identify masses internally that may be tumors, granulomas, eggs, foreign bodies, parasites or can detect abnormally sized or shaped organs. Bones and muscles can be checked for developmental abnormalities, fractures or dislocations. If problems are identified, surgery or endoscopy can be performed for more detailed diagnosis.


Bird Beak and Nail Trim



Bird with a Fractured. Left Tibiotarsus, Arthritis Coelom is Concave



Bird Anatomy


Annie Massey DVM,

Referring to the anatomy of a bird, explaining commonly used terms you may hear during your avian's examination.


Avian Wing Trim


Discussing an avian wing trim. Technique and advantages of this procedure.


"Hyacinth Macaw" Cardiac Ultrasound


Baby Blessing Cardiac Ultrasound: Checking Irregulars heartbeat and Heart murmur


Complete Avian Exam with Vaccines


Dr. Stevenson with "Baby Blessing" an eleven week old Hyacinth Macaw, performing a Physical, Exam, Microchipping, Polyomavirus Vaccine, bacterial cultures and fecal exam.


Avian Radiographs @ Exotic Bird Hospital


Jeannie Slaughter explaining how to take avian radiographs


Hormonal Behavior in Avians


With springtime in the air and the days getting longer, that means a companion parrot's reproductive system usually goes into overdrive. Hormone production skyrockets, and owners see all sorts of physical and behavioral changes.

Here Dr. Marnie Knight of the Exotic Bird Hospital in Jacksonville, Fla., discusses some of the signs that you bird may be having hormone issues, and talks about what you can for to make this time of year easier. From simple environmental changes, to medical and even surgical intervention. Dr. Knight also discusses the relatively simple process of inserting the Suprelorin Implant, and the success they EBH has had with this product which has only recently found its way to the US.


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Exotic Pet Vet

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Language: English

The new animal reality series Exotic Pet Vet brings you through the exam room door and into the colorful and chaotic world of Dr. Dan and his colleagues Dr. Leo and Dr. E. Our cameras are there to capture the revolving door of unusual animals with strange ailments that visit this specialized veterinarian practice on a daily basis.

Each episode features real life scenarios that are followed from diagnosis through treatment with actual care tips and specific medical information vital to exotic pet owners. Some of these medical procedures are shown for the first time ever on television. Also presented are interesting facts about each animal, footage of the pets in their home habitats and interviews with the owners.

Whether you have an exotic pet, or you're just fascinated by rare animal species, the Exotic Pet Vet Series illustrates the joys (and challenges) of owning some of the cutest and most interesting creatures on earth.

Некоторые наиболее понравившиеся видео перезалила на яндекс (по принципу «бороться и искать, найти и перепрятать»):

Screech Owl Gets a Sling


Dr. Leonatti, of Avian and Exotic Animal Care in Raleigh, NC, puts a sling on a screech owl with a broken wing. Dr. Leonatti is one of the vets featured in the new series entitled, Exotic Pet Vet.


Screech Owl Surgery


Dr. Dan, of Avian and Exotic Animal Care in Raleigh, NC, repairs the wing of a screech owl.


Sick Parrot is Examined


Dr. Dan Johnson from Avian and Exotic Animal Care in Raleigh, NC examines and x-rays a parrot named Greenbean who presents with liver problems. Dr. Dan is one of the three vets who star in the new series, Exotic Pet Vet.


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Ontario Veterinary College

Internet source: http://ovc.uoguelph.ca/

Language: English

The Ontario Veterinary College (OVC) is the oldest veterinary school in Canada (he OVC celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2012.). It is located on the campus of the University of Guelph in Guelph, Ontario. The OVC is one of five veterinary schools that offer the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, DVM program in Canada.

Common Emergencies In Companion Birds


Presented by Hugues Beaufrère, Dr.Med.Vet., PhD Diplomate ABVP (Avian), ECZM (Avian)

Service Chief, Avian and Exotic Service.

The approach to veterinary emergencies of companion birds is similar to that of domestic mammals with a few modifications.

(Длиннющая лекция на великом и могучем английском языке. Ну что сказать…пусть будет, на всякий случай)

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Pet Videos Online

Internet source: http://petvideosonline.com/

Language: English

Search In Over 5000 + 1291 (In 55 Playlists) Videos On Pet Health Care

We at PetVideosOnline.com are a group consisting of veterinarians and veterinary professionals, web designers, programmers, and Internet engineers. We have only one objective and goal:

To bring together PET OWNERS and VETERINARY HOSPITALS & CLINICS. In this way, pet owners can receive the very best in pet healthcare delivery from our group of dedicated veterinary professionals.

Philosophically, in today’s rough economic times it has become of paramount importance that concentrated efforts must be made to achieve this goal. With the overwhelming glut of high-powered advertising campaigns targeting the pet owning population and amidst the increasing influx of non-veterinary establishments, we are striving to convey the message to pet owners that we the New Jersey veterinarians are the dedicated and qualified professionals who can offer the best possible healthcare delivery to their pets.

PetVideosOnline.com is the place where pet owners can find the avenues and materials they need to make an informed and educated decision for their pet’s healthcare services.

We provide over 5000 pet owner educational videos, audios, articles, and more, so that pet owners can educate themselves on the various aspects of pet healthcare.

О птицах, в частности, кое-что можно посмотреть в разделе BIRD-CARE-DISEASES-SURGERY

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Brisbane Bird Vet

Internet source: http://www.brisbanebirdvet.com.au/

Language: English

Brisbane Bird Vet is dedicated to all aspects of avian health and wellness through application of the most recent medical technology and with the respect and compassion that deserves to be bestowed upon our feathered companions. We service all areas of Brisbane, the Sunshine Coast and the Gold Coast.

Here at Brisbane Bird Vet we believe that avian health is a unique mix of science, education and human compassion. Our purpose built hospital is designed to deliver the best in diagnostics, medicine and surgery whilst developing a unique partnership with bird owners to prolong their bird’s life through education, individualised care and exceptional service.

Brisbane Bird Vet has been the life long dream of Dr Adrian Gallagher.

Handouts and Articles


Видео на youtube:


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Veterinary Center for Birds & Exotics

Internet source: http://www.avianexoticsvet.com/

Language: English

Dr. Laurie Hess and her staff chose to care exclusively for exotic animals, not only because of their love for these special species, but also because the average veterinarian, veterinary technician, and veterinary administrator receive very little training in school about these unique pets.

Staff members were chosen based on their previous personal and professional experience with various exotic species. Even now, with their focus on ongoing continuing education, at the Veterinary Center, they make certain they keep up on the latest in exotic animal care, so that they can provide you and your pet with the most current, cutting edge information available.

The mission of the Veterinary Center for Birds & Exotics is to care for, protect, and ensure the humane and ethical treatment of all birds and exotic animal species.

The vision of the Veterinary Center for Birds & Exotics is to study and advance the practice of exotic animal medicine; to educate exotic pet owners about the highest quality, comprehensive medical and surgical care for birds and exotic pets; and to establish the most well-respected bird and exotic animal hospital that is recognized by both pet owners and veterinary colleagues as the only place to go for specialized bird care and advanced exotic animal medicine.

"We are committed not only to providing you with the best medical care but also to treating every client and patient with compassion and respect."

Видео на youtube: http://www.youtube.com/user/avianexoticsvet

в т.ч. птицы

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Internet source: http://en.wikivet.net/Veterinary_Education_Online

Language: English


This non profit site has been established to support veterinary education throughout the world.

Veterinary surgeons, students and academics are invited to register with the site to access a range of e-learning resources available through a veterinary wiki.

About WikiVet

The WikiVet project started work in April 2007 and initially involved academics from Cambridge, Edinburgh and the Royal Veterinary College. The first stage involved the creation of WikiPath covering the veterinary undergraduate curriculum. This has subsequently been extended to include WikiAnt and Phys, WikiBlood, WikiBugs, WikiVPH and WikiClinical.

WikiVet has been created in a similar way to it's big brother Wikipedia. However there are three distinct differences between the two systems. Firstly all the content relates specifically to the veterinary curriculum. Secondly all the content has been authored by vets and students and is peer reviewed by subject specialists at one of the participating veterinary schools. Finally access to the site is restricted to the veterinary community in order to ensure that the general public are not able to view or edit the content.

A unique feature of WikiVet has been the level of cooperation not only between academics at different schools but also involving the students. Over 40 student authors have worked together writing most of the content and this has been reviewed by recent graduates. The students have enjoyed this work and claim that they have learnt a lot more about the subject matter as a result. There inspiration has also resulted in a number of significant improvements to the site such as interactive content maps, flash cards and clinical cases.


If you are looking for WikiVet Videos these are available at the below address:


(видео про птиц там пока, что называется, «раз, два и обчелся», но ресурс развивается – глядишь, что-нибудь будет добавляться потихоньку).

P.S. Где-то в году 2011-м появилась и русскоязычная ВикиВет - Ветеринарная Интернет-энциклопедия http://wikivet.ru/ пока еще очень скромненькая. По птицам практически ничего. Но, опять же, ресурс находится в разработке и постоянном дополнении материалов.

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Это не видео как таковое, но анимация присутствует.


Bird Skull Collection

Internet source: https://skullsite.com/

Language: English

Welcome to Skullsite.com. On this site you will find an enormous amount of information about bird skulls and anatomy of species from the Western Palearctic and other areas from all over the world.

Detailed 3D views with high resolution images of bird skulls

Photosynth is a software application from Microsoft Live Labs and the University of Washington that analyzes digital photographs and generates a three-dimensional model of the photos and a point cloud of a photographed object. We generated several 3D models of (bird) skulls using this software tool.

(Requires Microsoft Silverlight plugin):


3-D rotating skeletons of a Greater Rhea, Northern Gannet, Great Cormorant, Common Buzzard, Northern Goshawk, Common Swift, Crossbill, Moorhen, Curlew, Tawny Owl, Fulmar, Black Woodpecker, Congo Peafowl, Griffon Vulture, Hyacinth Macaw, Maguari Stork, Papua Hornbill. Many more to come:


To search for specific birds, use our skull database search page. It is possible to search for dutch, english, french, spanish, german and scientific names. An amount of appr. 1200 skulls can be found in the database, most of which have been photographed:




Коротенький видеоролик по данной тематике:

Macaw Skull Anatomy


Detailed anatomy of pet birds is lacking. This video shows the skeletal anatomy of the scarlet macaw skull. It may be the first readily available video that shows a pet parrot skull (bones and joints) in action.


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Avian Endoscopy

Internet source: видеоролики, выложенные ветеринарными клиниками и специалистами (в основном на youtube)

Language: English

Эндоскопи́я (греч. endō внутри + skopeō рассматривать, исследовать) -

метод визуального исследования полых органов и полостей организма с помощью оптических приборов (эндоскопов), снабженных осветительным устройством. При необходимости Э. сочетается с биопсией и последующим морфологическим исследованием полученного материала, а также с рентгенологическим и ультразвуковым исследованиями.

Avian Endoscopy


Archival Video Series: Avian Endoscopy. Tracheal Strictures in Birds. Marc Kramer DVM


Pelican Endoscopy. Removal of Foreign Bodies


This is an old video we used to show at the conferences. It shows live worms moving inside of a Pelicans stomach. The video shows fishing tackle being retrieved with the scope. It was recorded with a VCR, an old Olympus fiber optic endoscope and one of our older ESS endoscopy cameras. I have the x-ray of this patient someplace... if I find it I will scan it and link it to the video.


Endoscopy of a Chicken with Salpingitis


Endoscopic examination of a pet chicken (rescued from a battery hen farm) with ascites and granulomatous salpingitis and coelomitis


Macaw Endoscopy


This is what a macaw looks like inside... viewed through an endoscope. Carification: the macaw didn't come with the labels. I inserted those for clarification.


African Grey Endoscopy


This is the entire procedure involving the African Grey with the pericardial effusion and liver disease. It is narrated and annotated- as requested- albeit a bit less than studio quality.


A Very Endoresting Hawk Endoscopy


Endoscopic removal of internal parasites


Avian Endoanatomy and Gender Determination



Laparoscopic Avian Kidney Biopsy


Working with small birds is a challenge - the instrument cup is only a little larger than the lead of a #2 pencil...sorry for the shake (vets can't afford robotics yet!!!) but there was no earthquake!


Endoscopy for Removal of Foreign Body in Proventriculus of a Toucan (Ramphastos toco)


Endoscopy for removal of foreign body in proventriculus of a toucan (Ramphastos toco)

The patient was referred to the Department of Clinical and Surgical Care to wildlife, Faculty of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of "Júlio de Mesquita Filho" Paulista University (FCAV / UNESP).


Gyrfalcon Trachea & Syrinx


Dr. Romain examines the trachea and syrinx of this gyrfalcon with a 2.7 mm rigid endoscope. This video demonstrates a normal trachea and syrinx. However, the bird tested positive for aspergillus and was treated with voriconazole


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Avian Blood Sample Collection

Internet source: видеоролики, выложенные ветеринарными клиниками и специалистами (в основном на youtube)

Language: English

Существует несколько мест, из которых производится забор крови у птиц. Вена на ноге, вена на крыле, яремная вена и коготь. Проще всего взять кровь из когтя, но это довольно болезненно и кровь может быть загрязнена пометом или едой. Обычно кровь из когтя течет медленно и часто красные кровяные клетки в таких пробах успевают разрушиться, что влияет на результаты анализа. Вена на крыле и вена на ноге – хорошие места для взятия крови, но быстро схватываются, что не очень хорошо для пациента, находящегося в стрессе. Большой объем крови лучше брать из яремной вены на шее. У большинства видов эта вена довольно крупная и из нее удобно брать кровь, обычно правая вена больше левой. Ее можно увидеть на большом безперьевом участке кожи над зобом на правой стороне шеи. Забор крови из яремной вены возможен у большинства видов, включая маленьких птиц, вроде канареек и волнистых попугаев, но затруднено у голубей, т.к. у них довольно диффузное сплетение вен вместо одной большой.

Объем крови, который безболезненно можно забрать у птицы, зависит от ее размера и состояния здоровья. Обычно здоровая птица может потерять до 10% от общего объема крови без каких-либо проблем (общий объем крови составляет примерно 10% от массы тела птицы). Например, при массе птицы 500 г, объем ее крови составит 50 мл, что означает, что для анализа можно взять 5 мл.

Современные методы анализа позволяют провести большое количество тестов на сравнительно небольшом объеме крови.

К сожалению, в нашей стране число ветеринарных врачей, умеющих брать кровь у птиц, ничтожно мало. Есть врачи, которые берут кровь только под наркозом. В таких случаях должен применяться газовый наркоз изофлураном, он достаточно безопасен для птицы и позволяет сделать забор крови с наименьшим стрессом для пациента и безопасностью для врача и его ассистентов (если речь идет о крупных птицах, способных нанести человеку травмы).

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a blood sample from the jugular vein. The procedure is rapid, produces large samples, is safe, and seems more comfortable for the bird than other sites. For more information on peregrine surveys of coastal Washington, check out http://www.coastalraptors.org.


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An eagle without a beak got a new one that was printed just for her

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Language: English

About 5 years ago, Beauty got shot by a poacher. The bullet shattered her beak, which made it impossible for her to feed herself. She was therefore reliant on human handlers to get fed.

Did you know that beak reconstruction is a thing? That exists in the world already?

A designer and a dentist (yes, a dentist) heard about Beauty's predicament. The designer used a computer program to design a beak for her, and after 18 months of design and construction... Beauty now had a beak.

Watch the video below to see how her beak was reattached by a dentist — yes, for humans — and how Beauty has a new lease on life:


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Небольшой анимационный ролик, иллюстрирующий анатомические особенности птиц, обусловленные приспособлением к полету.


A Portrayal of Biomechanics in Avian Flight

Internet source: kageillustration.com

Language: English

An animation summarizing the thesis work of Kelly Kage, Medical Illustrator.

1. Avian Skeletal Adaptations

2. The Avian Pectoral Limb

3. The Avian Respiratory System



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Bound egg massaged out by avian veterinarian

Internet source: http://www.windycityparrot.com/Help-My-Bir...rrow_b_594.html


Language: English

As a bird ages and if she is producing too many eggs or she is weak from overproduction, she may become “egg bound". An egg bound bird has an egg that is stuck inside of her. It may be soft, not properly formed, or she simply may not have the energy to push the egg out.

An egg bound bird faces possible death unless veterinary care is sought immediately. If you do have an egg bound bird and an avian veterinarian is not available at the moment you can give her a couple of drops of olive oil on her beak, make sure she is warm and place several drops of the olive oil in her vent. This is where the egg comes out.

The hope here is that the oil will lubricate the egg to facilitate the passing of the egg. It is important that her environment is warm -- close to hundred degrees Fahrenheit, that she is getting lots of fresh air and is hydrated. In a perfect world it is best to let nature take its course

How do you know if your bird is egg bound? If your bird is laying eggs take a look at her belly and check to see that is not distended. It can be difficult to determine but if you see her on the bottom of the cage all puffy, dropping really wet poop or possibly not to pooping at all because the egg is interfering with poop leaving the body, please do more that emergencies happen when your vet is not available. In addition to using the olive oil, you can place her in the bathroom and turn the shower on hot, developing a lot of steam and creating a very moist environment. Try to achieve around 100 degrees F. Place the bird on a warm, moist towel. This will hopefully relax the bird so she can dilate and perhaps be able to pass the egg. You can also try a very shallow warm bath; the water should cover her vent area well.

We don't recommend that you try to massage the egg out like in the video above because you risk the chance of breaking the egg which only complicates matters further in term of inviting infection and possible death.







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Feather Destructive Behavior in Psittacine Birds Webinar

Internet source: http://lafeber.com/vet/feather-destructive...inar/#Recording

Language: English


Specific skills discussed will include tips on anamnesis and pertinent features of the physical examination. The majority of the lecture will focus on definition of feather damaging behavior, a discussion of the many possible etiologic factors, and management of the condition. The discussion on management will explore environmental modification techniques, occupational therapy, sensory substitution, training, medication, as well as alternative therapies.


Feather destructive behavior, also called pterotillomania, is one of the most common and frustrating behavior problems seen in captive psittacine birds. The disorder is characterized by feather removal, feather chewing, or self-inflicted trauma to soft tissue, limited to areas that the bird can reach. Behavioral history-taking should include information about the bird’s background, early rearing environment, caregiver expectations, composition of the household, air quality issues, changes in the environment associated with onset of the behavior problem, exposure to chemicals, the cage, toys, and photoperiod, nutrition, and social interactions.

…Feather loss and removal of feathers may be caused by physical pathology, nutritional deficiencies, or behavioral conditions, or a combination of these. Medical and nutritional causes of excessive feather removal or loss must be explored, as well as behavioral, hormonal, and environmental factors.

Wild psittacine birds spend a large portion of their time foraging for food. Ad libitum provision of food for captive birds may allow more time for behavior problems to develop.

Reproductive causes may account for some cases of feather damaging behavior. Since molting often occurs after the breeding season in the natural environment, inability to complete a normal reproductive cycle may result in feather abnormalities.

Feather damaging behavior in birds has been compared to human disorders involving compulsivity and impulsivity. Obsessive-compulsive disorders are characterized by obsessions, intrusive thoughts or images, and compulsions, repetitive behaviors performed in an attempt to prevent or reduce anxiety. Hand washing is an example of a common compulsive behavior in humans. Trichotillomania, or hair pulling, is classified as an impulse control disorder. It is characterized by removal of hair resulting in alopecia and may involve any region of the body where hair grows. Both hair pulling and hand washing may represent pathologic grooming sequences.

Treatment recommendations are specific for each individual bird based on a thorough history and accurate assessment of the contributing factors. Recommendations should include environmental enrichment, nutritional adjustments, reduction of environmental allergens, opportunities for social interactions, and intellectual stimulation. Pharmacotherapy may be necessary in certain cases.

About the Presenter

Dr. Lynne Seibert received her DVM degree from the University of Tennessee. After 3 years in private practice, she completed Master’s and PhD degrees in neuroscience at the University of Georgia leading to board certification with the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists in 2001. She currently teaches veterinary medical students at Tuskegee University and she has taught veterinary behavior courses at six veterinary colleges. She operates a clinical behavior referral service north of Atlanta http://www.gavetbehavior.com/home.html Her special interests include avian behavior, compulsive disorders, pharmacology, and helping veterinarians implement behavior programs in general practice.


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Grey Parrot Anatomy Project Veterinary Webinar

Internet source: http://lafeber.com/vet/grey-parrot-anatomy...rinary-webinar/

Language: English

Date: December 4, 2014

By: M. Scott Echols, DVM, DABVP (Avian Practice)

Keywords: continuing education

Categories: African grey, Avian, Parrot, Resources & Education


When Dr. Michelle Hawkins of the Companion Exotic Animal Medicine & Surgery Service of the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine expressed interest in an encore presentation of the Grey Parrot Anatomy Project for veterinary medical students, Dr. M. Scott Echols and LafeberVet were happy to oblige.

Veterinary medical educators (in appropriate time zones) and their students were invited to attend this free, interactive, web-based seminar featuring incredible avian anatomy images, video clips that enhance our understanding of anatomy, and an exciting research update.

Thoroughly depressing webinar – I used to think I knew something about avian anatomy, and now I realise just how much I don’t know and how much more I have to learn!

…Brilliant images, brilliant work. I can’t wait to see the avalanche of papers that come out of this project…Thanks to everyone for a well-presented webinar. –Bob Doneley, VSc FANZCVS (Avian Medicine) CMAVA Registered Specialist in Bird Medicine; Associate Professor, Avian and Exotic Pet Medicine University of Queensland


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Medical Management of Psittacines with Bornavirus Ganglioneuritis (PDD) Webinar

Internet source: http://lafeber.com/vet/medical-management-...ioneuritis-pdd/

Language: English

Date: May 5, 2015

By: Susan Orosz, DVM, DABVP (Avian Practice), DECZM

Second Author: Robert Dahlhausen, DVM

Keywords: bornavirus, continuing education, nutrition, PDD

Categories: Avian, Parrot,

Did you attend the Lafeber Symposium at the 2015 International Conference on Avian heRpetological and Exotic mammal medicine Congress in Paris? Unfortunately the session was cut short, but now Lafeber Company offers another opportunity to attend these informative presentations as interactive, web-based seminars.

“Anatomy and Physiology of the Avian Gastrointestinal Tract: Clinical Applications” by Susan Orosz, DVM, DABVP (Avian Practice), DECZM (basic level)

“Understanding and Managing Avian Patients with Bornavirus Ganglioneuritis (PDD)” by Susan Orosz, DVM, DABVP (Avian Practice), DECZM with guest, Robert Dahlhausen (medium to advanced level content)*

*Viewing of Dr. Orsoz’s first hour on avian gastrointestinal anatomy and physiology is strongly recommended.


Proventricular dilatation disease (PDD) is one of the most frustrating conditions that avian practitioners encounter today, and the recent discovery of avian bornavirus (ABV) as an etiological agent has not simplified the challenges involved. Neuropathic gastric dilatation of psittacine birds was initially reported as a wasting disease in macaws but has since been reported in a variety of parrot species. Originally called macaw wasting disease, proventricular dilatation disease or PDD has also been referred to myenteric ganglioneuritis, infiltrative splanchnic neuropathy, neuropathic gastric dilatation, avian myenteric ganglioneuritis, non-suppurative ganglioneuritis, or avian autoimmune ganglioneuritis. Clinical signs are variable and depend upon the host species involved, severity of disease, distribution of lesions and affected organ system involved. Birds may exhibit only gastrointestinal signs, only neurologic signs, or a combination of both. PDD should be considered in the differential diagnosis of any bird exhibiting neurological and/or gastrointestinal signs.

Plain and contrast radiography, and fluoroscopic evaluation of gastrointestinal motility, have been used for tentative antemortem diagnosis. Clinical pathologic findings in PDD are inconsistent and generally reflect malnutrition, dehydration, and secondary infection. The diagnosis of PDD has traditionally been based on the identification of histological lesions in biopsy or necropsy tissues. With the discovery of the association of ABV with PDD, diagnostic testing has focused on PCR testing for the detection of ABV ribonucleic acid (RNA) in affected birds. Antemortem detection of viral infection in the naturally or experimentally infected bird is, however, challenging. Serologic assays have also been used to detect ABV exposed or infected birds.

PDD has historically been a fatal disease of psittacine birds with mortality approaching near 100%. Even with appropriate supportive care, most birds in the past have succumbed to progressive debilitation, starvation, secondary infections, or central nervous system disturbances. Our current understanding of case management, including available medical treatments, will also be discussed.

Anatomy and Physiology of the Avian Gastrointestinal Tract: Clinical Applications


Understanding and Managing Avian Patients with Bornavirus Ganglioneuritis (PDD)


Lecture notes

Download lecture notes to follow along with Dr. Orosz:

• Avian Gastrointestinal Anatomy PDF [1.6 MB] https://yadi.sk/d/qsBre_6IkoajX

• Avian Bornavirus PDF [236 KB] https://yadi.sk/d/7flH-gp8koanT

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Интернет-источник: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxv39QlXhWwYP8FiqLgqyzA

Язык: Русский

В 2000 году начала свою работу круглосуточная служба скорой ветеринарной помощи для домашних животных, которая стала началом для образования крупнейшего в Москве международного научного центра лечения и реабилитации животных ЗООВЕТ. В 2004 году открылся Ветеринарный центр. Были открыты кабинеты приема основных ветеринарных специалистов: терапевта, хирурга, анестезиолога, специалиста визуальной диагностики, гинеколога, стоматолога, кардиолога, онколога, а также офтальмолога, орнитолога и специалиста по грызунам, также полностью оснащенная операционная.

С 2008 года ВЦ Зоовет из клиники начал формироваться в компанию, с более широкими целями, а именно поддержка и развитие образовательных и информационных проектов. Так, форум сайта компании имеет 25 специальных разделов, на которых в общей сложности владельцы и заводчики задают более 2000 вопросов в месяц. В этом же году внутренняя конференция клиники перешла в формат открытых мастер-классов.

В 2013 году Учебный Центр был выделен в отдельный проект, в котором приняли участие ведущие специалисты и практикующие врачи России и Европы. С этого года мероприятия стали носить не временный, а постоянный характер, а все семинары для слушателей теперь абсолютно бесплатны.

Микозы у птиц

Томашевский А. Л.


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Ветеринарная медицина домашних голубей

Интернет-источник: youtube

Язык: Русский

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Тактика и стратегия ветеринарии голубей


В видео представлена общая информация по ветеринарной медицине голубей, затронуты вопросы стратегического планирования, а также разные подходы к лечению разных пород голубей

Применение и дозирование препаратов для голубей


Видео для начинающих голубеводов о мелочах которые могут повлиять на эффективность лечения голубей.

Карантин голубей. Базовая схема


Описание базового карантина, а также варианты изменений основной схемы

Парамиксовирус голубей. Теория


Теоретическая часть в которой представлена общая информация о парамиксовирусе голубей.

Парамиксовирус голубей. Практика


В видео представлена информация о симптомах, дифференциальной диагностике, лечению и профилактике болезни.

Трихомоноз голубей. Теория


В видео кратко представлена общая информация о трихомонаде - возбудителе трихомоноза у голубей.

Трихомоноз голубей. Практика


В видео вкратце изложено о клинических симптомах, диагностике и лечению трихомоноза голубей.

Кокцидиоз голубей. Теория


Важная информация о кокцидии, общая информация.

Кокцидиоз голубей. Практика


Симптомы, дифференциальная и лабораторная диагностика, лечение и профилактика кокцидиоза у голубей

Осмотр голубя


Основные моменты клинического осмотра голубя.

(вакцинация, взятие крови из вены и д.т.)

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Что нужно знать для работы с птицами


Владимир Чугуевский, ветеринарный врач-орнитолог

Интернет-источник: www.youtube.com

Язык: Русский

Основные вопросы:

Анатомия и физиология.

Фиксация птицы.

Внешний осмотр.



Доврачебная помощь птице в домашних условиях


Владимир Чугуевский, ветеринарный врач-орнитолог

Интернет-источник: www.youtube.com

Язык: Русский


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Ветврач В.Чугуевский проводит подрезку когтей и клюва кубинскому амазону


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