NurseEd: Pain Management & Advances in Resuscitation Digital
Veterinary nursing staff are often at the forefront of attending to patients' immediate needs. A skilled and knowledgeable nurse is an invaluable asset and can raise the standard of patient care as well as reduce the workload of the busy practitioner.
These are the proceedings from the CVE's program held in Melbourne in May and in Brisbane in November 2009 and which was aimed at enabling nurses contribute more effectively in two key areas of patient care that require very different approaches: pain management and resuscitation. The speakers were Dr Sanaa Zaki and Dr Gabrielle Musk.
The first part focused on pain assessment, basic applied pharmacology of commonly used analgesics and techniques that can be used to improve patient comfort. The second part of the program outlined the principles of effective resuscitation and walked participants through the resuscitation process, from when a problem is first identified right up to post-resuscitation monitoring and care.
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