1254 Everything you need to know about Emergency Medicine

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About the course

Emergency cases can arrive when you least expect them or least want them even if you work in an out of hours clinic. This course is designed to help you to cope with the most common canine emergencies that are likely to walk or be carried through your door. Real case examples will be used to cover key areas including endocrine, gastrointestinal, haematological, neurological and respiratory emergencies. We'll work through interpretation of diagnostic information including imaging studies and laboratory results to produce problem lists and rational plans for your medicine patients presenting as emergencies. Register now and decrease your emergency stress levels!

What you'll learn:

  • Endocrine emergencies - how do they present and what should you do next?
  • An effective approach to the anaemic emergency patient
  • Dyspnoea - how to help your patient ASAP
  • Acute GI disease - how serious can it be?

Course Tutor: Jane Eastwood MA VetMB DVR DSAM FHEA MRCVS

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