Exposure to Wildlife (04:17)
Chris and Berit travel to Tasmania to assist with health check on four baby Tasmanian devils. Berit struggles with injecting a tracking micro-chip in a devil.
Tranquilizing an Addax (03:06)
Megan and Rick travel to Adelaide's Monarto Zoo, where they will treat an African antelope, an addax. They run the risk of overdosing the wild animal.
Treating an Addax (01:53)
With a second tranquilizer shot, the addax goes down. Megan and Rick assist as a wildlife veterinarian treats the addax's injury.
Shay's Seizures (01:33)
Back at the veterinarian hospital, Erin and Susie try to solve the challenging case of Shay the retriever. After several neurological and physical checks, it is still a mystery why Shay is having seizures.
Conservation Veterinarian (02:07)
Chris and Berit's next assignment is to assist Dr. James Macgregor perform a regular health check on a duck-billed platypus in the wild. They must first catch one. Erin and Susie take Shay to an MRI center.
Shay's Battle (02:31)
Shay's MRI reveals that his cancer has spread to his brain. A sample of spinal fluid will confirm the diagnosis. On her last assignment, Steff experiences the positive side of being a veterinarian.
Surgery in the Field (02:51)
After many hours of struggling, Chris and Berit catch a duck-billed platypus. They carefully monitor the temperature and respiratory rate of the anesthetized animal.
Relaying the Diagnosis (01:40)
At Murdoch, Shay is reunited with his owner. Susie and Erin must participate in explaining the spread of Shay's cancer.
Final Exam (02:30)
The fifth-year students prepare for their final exams. Even if these students pass, it is a stressful transition from university to the first year of their professional life.
Registration Day (03:13)
The fifth-year students receive the results of their final exam. Passing students attend the annual registration ceremony for the Murdoch University School of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences.
Credits: Vet School: Part 6 (00:38)
Credits: Vet School: Part 6
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