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Course Notes: Emergency & Critical Care I 2016

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COURSE NOTES

by David Spreng:

1. Thoracic Trauma

2. Preoperative Stabilization

3. Intraoperative decisions in the GDV dog

4. Hemoabdomen Surgery


by Nadja Sigrist:

1. Respiratory Distress: How to stabilize the patient

2. Emergency Procedures

3. Emergency Blood Work

4. Small Animal Fluid Therapy

5. How to perform Pericardiocentesis

6. Anaesthetic Checklist

7. Status Epilepticus

8. Dystocia

9. Neonates

10. Cardiopulmonary Cerebral Resuscitation (CPCR)

Presentations and Cases

1. CPR in Small Animals

2. CPR case


by Ariane Schweighauser:

1. Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease

2. Acute renal failure


by Rafael Obrador:

1. Congestive Heart Failure

2. Diabetic Ketoacidosis


by Daniela Gorgas:

1. The Thorax

2. The Abdomen


by Katja Adamik

1. Triage of The Emergency Patient

2. Management of The Head Trauma Patient

3. Heat Stroke

4. Diagnosis and Stabilization of The Acute Abdomen

Presentations and Cases

1. Emergency Area and Triage

2. Shock and Fluid Therapy

3. Emergengy Blood Database

4. Fluid Therapy - Case

5. Fluid Therapy - Case Example


by Shannon Axiak:

1. Clinical Pain Assessment and Relief

2. Anesthesia in Emergency and Critical Care Cases


by Diana Henke:

1. Paresis/Plegia and Atexia of The Pelvic Limbs


by Cristina Perez:

1. Addisonian Crisis

2. Immune mediated anemia

3. Approach to Toxicological Emergencies






















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