Emergency Club Archive

Approach to the Intoxicated Patient

Presenter: Rebecca Walton, DVM, DACVECC

Category: Emergency Club

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Anaesthesia of dogs with thoracic disease

Presenter: Jacques Ferreira
RCVS and European specialist in Veterinary Anaesthesia Analgesia
Head of Anaesthesia at Blaise Referrals Birmingham
BSc.BVSc.MSc.MMEDVET (anaes). DiplECVAA. MRCVS

Category: Emergency Club

Dogs when compared to humans, have considerable respiratory reserve and advanced respiratory pathology may not initially present as life-threatening. Anaesthesia management of cases with thoracic disease requires appreciation of respiratory physiology in the normal patient and how it may be affected in patients with disease. Anaesthetic management and drug selection…

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Teamwork and communication

Presenter: Duana McBride
BVSc DipACVECC DipECVECC MSc MVMedSc PGCert
Veterinary Specialist in Emergency and Critical Care Medicine

Category: Emergency Club

Teamwork and communication skills are key non-technical skills which contribute to improved patient outcomes. These skills are especially important in emergency and critical care medicine where we work with critically ill patients in which high performing team dynamics can be paramount in negotiating different medical challenges. In human medicine and…

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Feline Dyspnoea

Presenter: Stephanie Sorrell BVetMed(Hons) MANZCVS DipECVIM-CA
European Specialist in Internal Medicine, RCVS Recognised Specialist in Feline Medicine

Category: Emergency Club

Feline dyspnoea is a genuine emergency. Cats are prey species and very good at hiding their clinical signs. By the time we see respiratory distress, we know that it is representing significant underlying disease. This webinar will look at the pathophysiology of the most common causes of dyspnoea, ways to…

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Stabilization of trauma patients

Presenter: Meredith 't Hoen
DVM, DACVECC, DECVECC

Category: Emergency Club

Trauma patients are often presented to a veterinary hospital with true medical emergencies. Understanding trauma patterns and what to look for will give the attending clinician confidence in their case management. This lecture will focus on a systematic approach that can be applied to all trauma patients. A thorough discussion…

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Perioperative arterial blood gases: Step by step

Presenter: Miguel Martinez
Ldo Vet, Cert VA, Dip ECVAA, MRCVS
EBVS & RCVS Specialist in Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia

Category: Emergency Club

This webinar aims to explain in a logical, step wise and simple manner how to interpret the basics of an arterial blood gas in any clinical scenario. From how to take an arterial sample to a few examples of interesting cases where arterial blood gas analysis is required or indicated,…

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