Pre-existing respiratory compromise and some conditions like the brachycephalic obstructive airway syndrome can make airway management challenging in small animal anaesthesia. Increased vigilance following premedication and after tracheal extubation is required.
The first module aims to provide practitioners with the information needed to optimise preparation, equipment, time line and sequence of events during induction of anaesthesia and recovery in those cases. The second module focuses on anaesthetic safety of brachycephalic dogs and on the measures that can be implemented to reduce their risk of death.
Module 1 - Management of the difficult airway in dogs and cats
Module 2 - Anaesthesia of the brachycephalic dog
After successful completion of this course, you will:
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This course is designed for qualified veterinarians. Veterinary students are welcome to enrol.
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