Emergency & Critical Care Seminar
This emergency and critical care seminar is aimed at the vets and nurses who are the heart and soul of our profession. It will be an interactive and practical “how to” approach the emergency and critical care cases that keep you awake at night.
Covering the diagnostic approach, treatment and stabilisation of patients who present in a critical, life and death state. A systematic, team approach of how to get them back from the dead (CPR) will be summarised in line with the RECOVER guidelines.
The seminar will provide you with the latest evidence on how to treat the domestic pets who have succumbed to Australia’s venomous creepy crawlies whilst also covering decontamination and approaches to some of the more common household toxins.
Blood transfusions are a lifesaving resource, nothing replaces the oxygen carrying capacity of red blood cells. Learn the ins and outs and the dos and dont’s of transfusion medicine.
Most of all come away from the day knowing that you are part of a community that supports you no matter where you work.
We all joined this profession for the same reason, let’s share our experiences and support each other in our dream jobs!
Veterinary nurses/technicians with a special interest in the topic are welcome to enrol in this course. Please be aware that the course is designed for qualified veterinarians and you should consider this in light of your knowledge and experience before you register.
After successful completion of this course, you will:
- Come away from the day with a feeling of calm and knowledge when faced with emergencies that normally make you want to run for the door
- Be up to date with current literature and evidence covering a broad range of emergency and critical care topics
- Feel empowered to ask the “why’s and how’s” about veterinary emergency and critical care