Nursing the Parvo-virus Patient – a Nurses Role

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About the course

This veterinary nursing lecture takes a detailed look at nursing the parvo-virus patient and the nurses role in providing excellent nursing care in parvo-virus cases.  By discussing considerations such as TLC, comfort and hygiene, fluid therapy, medications, nutrition provision and patient monitoring, the veterinary nursing CPD lecture examines the requirements for nursing the parvo-virus patients and gives an interesting guide to providing high standards of nursing care.

Learning outcomes

  • Understanding and knowledge of management of GDV patients post-operatively.
  • The confidence to care for GDV patients post-operatively with regard to monitoring and caring for them appropriately



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