Rabbit anaesthesia for vets and nurses

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About the course

Anaesthesia of rabbits has often been viewed as a high-risk procedure and avoided if possible. However, as our understanding of anaesthetic agents and their application to these small mammals has increased, many techniques have been modified to reduce these risks.  

This session will cover relevant differences in anatomy and physiology, pre-anaesthetic considerations, induction and maintenance of anaesthesia and monitoring techniques. Dealing with complications both during anaesthesia and during recovery will also be discussed.

This course is kindly sponsored by Dechra

Speakers: Joanna Hedley

This course is intended for Veterinary Surgeons, Veterinary Nurses and Students

Registration from 7.30pm for 8pm start

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