Practical ECC Day

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About the course

This day will focus on emergency practical techniques and will allow delegates the opportunity to gain ‘hands on’ experience in a variety of emergency procedures including placement of central venous catheters, nasal oxygen catheters, chest drains, so when these devices are placed in real life, delegates will have more confidence in how the procedure will be performed.


The day will also include maintenance of these devices along with tracheostomy tubes as well as a practical CPR session.


The speaker for this course will be - Louise O’Dwyer


Louise holds both the Diploma in Advanced Veterinary Nursing (Surgical) and (Medical). She also gained her VTS (ECC) in 2011 and VTS(Anaesthesia) in 2014. She has contributed to over 35 journal ar cles and book chapters, and lectures regularly on all aspects of anesthesia, emergency and critical care, surgery and infection control.


Registration at 9.30am for a 10am start.


Food and refreshments will be served throughout the day.

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