Being Prepared for Emergency Cases : Triage, Patient Monitoring & Monitoring Clinical Parameters

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About the course

This online veterinary nursing CPD lecture focuses on being prepared for emergency cases. It examines in detail the process of patient triage, giving detailed case studies to consider, and then moves on to discuss in detail the monitoring of patients and then on to monitoring of clinical parameters.

Learning Outcomes

  • The confidence to be prepared for emergency cases that may present in practice or by telephone.
  • An in-depth understanding of the Triage process.
  • The confidence in carrying out Triage in the emergency situation.
  • An understanding of patient monitoring and of monitoring clinical parameters in the emergency situation.
  • The confidence in monitoring in practice in emergency situations.


Louise O’Dwyer MBA BSc(Hons) VTS(ECC) DipAVN(Medical, Surgical) RVN

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