Cardiac Emergencies in Small Animal Practice

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Aims

This one-day course will help you feel comfortable in your ability to choose the most up-to-date techniques in diagnosing and managing commonly presented cardiac emergencies in first opinion practice. Luca will guide you during lectures and in the wet-lab through the practical techniques you need to perfect and with interactive case discussion, you will gain a huge amount from this highly applicable course.

Objectives

Learning Objectives

  • Become familiar with T-Fast: at the end of this session you will be familiar with theory and practical application of point-of-care ultrasonographic techniques for diagnosis of pleural effusion, pulmonary oedema, pericardial effusion and ascites
  • Perfect your Centesis techniques with time in the wet-lab to increase your confidence in safely draining fluid
  • Improve your knowledge of Acute Heart Failure and how to diagnose and manage it
  • Consolidate your familiarity with Feline Arteriothromboembolism (FATE)
  • Revise ECG Emergencies, how to be successful when using your ECG machine

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