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Anaesthesia CPD with the Webinar Vet  - £0.00 Listing ID: 2638



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Listing Began: Wednesday, January 16, 2019

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Below are just some of the webinars available to our members or can be purchased individually

For more information on our courses and membership please visit our shopfront

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Beginner’s guide to blood gas analysis. The I-STAT and beyond…

Tobias Grave

More and more veterinary practices are now able to measure blood gases and acid-base values “in house”. This webinar aims to give the participant a guide on how to best utilise blood gas and acid-base analysis in general practice. After an introductory overview of basic acid-base and blood gas physiology, a practical approach to analysing the measured values will be discussed, including “typical scenarios” you might encounter in practice.

Biography: Tobias graduated from the Tierärztliche Hochschule in Hannover in 1999 and then spent 3 years working in a mixed animal practice and a small animal clinic in Germany before starting as an emergency vet in central London. He joined Vets Now in 2003, working as a Senior Vet in Stoke-on-Trent, Edinburgh and Glasgow. He completed a Vets Now-Residency in Emergency and Critical Care at the University of Glasgow and acquired “Specialist” status by becoming board certified as a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care in 2013 in San Diego. Tobias has lectured worldwide at different veterinary meetings, including the largest International Emergency Symposium (IVECCS, USA) and the largest European Veterinary Congress (BSAVA, UK). He has published various veterinary articles in English and German and is chairmen of the British Association of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care (BAVECC). He was previously nominated for the “Pet Plan Vet of the year” award and won the “Vets Now Referral Clinician of the year” award in 2013. He is leading the ECC referral service and is the director of the internship programme at the Vets Now Hospital in Glasgow.

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Anaesthetising the geriatric patient – case studies

Matthew Gurney

Dogs over the age of 8 and cats over the age of 13 make up a significant proportion of our case load. But is age a barrier to anaesthesia? In this webinar I will discuss that this is not the case and use case studies to demonstrate a best practice approach to these pets. We will consider the influence of concurrent diseases commonly seen in older pets such as cardiac, hepatic and renal disease and how best to optimize anaesthesia. Not forgetting analgesia, we will consider acute pain management to enable us to manage these animals perioperatively. Matthew Gurney BVSc CertVA DipECVAA MRCVS, RCVS & European Specialist in Veterinary Anaesthesia & Analgesia Northwest Surgeons. Matt graduated from University of Liverpool in 2003 and spent several years enjoying mixed practice before returning to Liverpool to undertake a residency in anaesthesia and analgesia. Since 2009 he has worked at Northwest Surgeons, a multidisciplinary specialist practice in Cheshire.

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A new approach to pain management

Dr Jo Murrell

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Monitoring Anaesthesia in small animals- tools and skills

Dan Holden

Dan Holden will discuss Monitoring Anaesthesia in small animals- tools and skills.

Dan qualified from the RVC in 1991. He has spent the vast majority of his professional career working as a clinician in referral centres, both in academia and private practice. He was involved in the establishment of the ICU at the RVC and spent eight years at the University of Bristol, where he was responsible for the internal medicine emergency service and the small animal intensive care unit. As well as his expertise in intensive care, Dan has a wealth of experience in internal and emergency medicine and has lectured widely throughout the UK and abroad.

In addition, Dan also provides an independent veterinary anaesthesia consultancy service, providing advice on equipment, staff training and in-house CPD, as well as specialist locum services and a clinical anaesthesia referral service for more complex cases.

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Induction Agents in Anaesthesia- which One should I choose

Dan Holden

Dan Holden will present a webinar on ‘Induction agents in anaesthesia- which one should I choose’

Dan qualified from the RVC in 1991. He has spent the vast majority of his professional career working as a clinician in referral centres, both in academia and private practice. He was involved in the establishment of the ICU at the RVC and spent eight years at the University of Bristol, where he was responsible for the internal medicine emergency service and the small animal intensive care unit. As well as his expertise in intensive care, Dan has a wealth of experience in internal and emergency medicine and has lectured widely throughout the UK and abroad.

In addition, Dan also provides an independent veterinary anaesthesia consultancy service, providing advice on equipment, staff training and in-house CPD, as well as specialist locum services and a clinical anaesthesia referral service for more complex cases.

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From ABC to LRS – fluid resuscitation in the emergency patient

Dan Holden BVetMed DVA DipECVAA CertSAM MRCVS

Dan Holden BVetMed DVA DipECVAA CertSAM MRCVS. Dan qualified from the RVC in 1991. He has spent the vast majority of his professional career working as a clinician in referral centres, both in academia and private practice. He was involved in the establishment of the ICU at the RVC and spent eight years at the University of Bristol, where he was responsible for the internal medicine emergency service and the small animal intensive care unit. As well as his expertise in intensive care, Dan has a wealth of experience in internal and emergency medicine and has lectured widely throughout the UK and abroad.

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Rabbit Anaesthesia and Post-op Care

Molly Varga

Rabbit anaesthesia and post-op care to cover choice of anaesthetics, monitoring, perianaesthetic considerations such as provision of fluids, analgesia and assist feeding.



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