Emergency Medicine in Small Animal Practice for Veterinary Nurses
Emergency cases can be stressful. The patient is frequently seriously compromised, often in more than one body system, and we need to act quickly to try to improve survival.
Successful management of emergency patients is about being prepared, and knowing what to do, and when to do it. This course will do just that – it will give you the tools to prepare you and your clinic to offer your emergency patients the very best care possible. We’ll cover CPR, fluid therapy, oxygen supplementation and the key aspects of monitoring the emergency patient, that is so crucial to their survival. This 5-week online course is fully updated for 2020 to include the very latest in veterinary knowledge on stabilising and managing the emergency patient.
What you’ll learn in the course?
The Emergency Medicine in Small Animal Practice course will cover CPR, fluid therapy, oxygen supplementation, and other key aspects of monitoring the emergency patient, which is so crucial to their survival.
Here’s a list of topics of what you’ll learn when you sign up for this course:
- The Emergency Patient: First Aid to Triage
- The Patient in Respiratory Distress Shock!
- The Deteriorating Patient
- Post-Resuscitation Management
This 5-week online RACE-approved course is fully updated for 2020 to include the very latest in veterinary knowledge on stabilizing and managing the emergency patient.
Get real education with live tutor interaction, printed course notes, direct to your door, message boards, extra practice resources, cheat sheets and more.
The course starts
February 24th, 2020
for 25 CPD points