Veterinarians train on blow-up latex intestines

ERJ staff report (BC)

Edinburgh, UK – Veterinary students will be better prepared to tackle a common, painful – and potentially lethal – condition in horses by practising on the first life-size equine model of its kind in the UK.

The anatomical model will enable students at the University of Edinburgh to improve their diagnosis of colic, which affects many horses during their lifetime and can be life-threatening.

The equine simulator at the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies (RDSVS) contains large intestines and other organs made of…

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