Small Animal Soft Tissue Surgery

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Small Animal Soft Tissue Surgery

Programme

01 - Intoxications
01/02/2021 | Online

Key Learning Objectives

 

  • List the preliminary questions asked in phone triage of suspected intoxications
  • Discuss the various decontamination methods including emesis, use of activated charcoal, gastric lavage, dermal decontamination and enhanced elimination
  • Describe the complications and contraindications of the above methods
  • Discuss the common intoxications below, including the clinical signs, diagnosis, stabilisation, decontamination, specific treatment and monitoring of
    •  Metaldehyde intoxication
    • Synthetic pyrethrin intoxication
    •  Anticoagulant rodenticide intoxication
    • Lily plant intoxication
    • Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) intoxication
    • Chocolate/Caffeine intoxication
    • Ethylene glycol intoxication
    • Grape & Raisin intoxication
  • Discuss ‘serotonin syndrome’ including the related drugs, the clinical signs, diagnosis, stabilisation, decontamination, specific treatment and monitoring


Intervenant: Amelia Allen (BVSc (Hons) MANZCVS (Emergency and Critical Care))
02 - Neurological Emergencies
01/02/2021 | Online

Key Learning Objectives

  • Discuss the functional regions of the brain and their neurological assessments
  • List the localisation of a brain lesion in relation to the assessments and deficits
  • Discuss the functional regions of the spinal cord and their neurological assessments
  • List the localisation of a spinal lesion in relation to the assessments and deficits
  • Describe how to perform a neurological examination
  • Discuss primary and secondary traumatic brain injury including mechanisms of intracranial pressure increases
  • List the clinical assessments for traumatic brain injury including the Modified Glasgow Coma Scale
  • Discuss the tiered  and specific treatments of traumatic brain injury
  • List the diagnostic workup of patients presenting with seizures and status epilepticus
  • Discuss the specific treatments of seizures, including status epilepticus
  • List the diagnostic workup of patients with suspected intracranial disease
  • List the specific treatments meningitis or meningoencephalitis
  • and the breeds  commonly affected


Intervenant: Philomena Kwong (BVSc (Hons) MVS (Small Animal Practice))
03 - Acute Abdominal Emergencies
01/02/2021 | Online

Key Learning Objectives

 

  • List the commonly associated history, clinical signs and examination findings in acute abdomen presentations
  • Discuss the principles of the general diagnostic workup for an acute abdomen presentation
  • Describe the principles of immediate treatment for an acute abdomen presentation
  • Discuss Acute Pancreatitis - the pathophysiology, clinical signs, workup and treatment
  • Discuss Acute Gastroenteritis - aetiology, clinical signs, differential diagnoses, workup and treatment
  • Discuss Gastric Dilation and Volvulus (GDV) - the pathophysiology, clinical signs and diagnostic workup
  • List the initial management and surgical considerations of GDV
  • List the post-operative management and monitoring of GDV patients
  • Discuss Acute Non-Traumatic Haemoabdomen - the pathophysiology, clinical signs, workup and management


Intervenant: Sara West (BVSc1)
04 - Endocrine Emergencies
01/02/2021 | Online

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Discuss the pathophysiology of diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA)
  • Describe the clinical signs, work-up and diagnosis of DKA
  • List the common electrolyte, acid-base and fluid derangements see in DKA
  • Discuss the treatment of DKA including insulin regimes, fluid therapy, electrolyte supplementation and monitoring
  • Discuss the pathophysiology of glucose regulation in the body and causes of hypoglycaemia
  • Describe the clinical signs, work-up and diagnosis of hypoglycaemia
  • Discuss the treatment of hypoglycaemia
  • Discuss the pathophysiology of primary and secondary hypoadrenocorticism
  • Describe the clinical signs and diagnostic work-up of hypoadrenocorticism
  • List the common clinical abnormalities present in hypoadrenocorticism - including electrolyte, clinical pathology, diagnostic imaging and adrenal-axis testing
  • Discuss the emergency treatment and management of patients in ‘Addisonian Crisis’.


Intervenant: Amelia Allen (BVSc (Hons) MANZCVS (Emergency and Critical Care))
05 - Respiratory Emergencies
01/02/2021 | Online

Key Learning Objectives

 

  • Define hypoxaemia , the common causes, relevance in respiratory physiology
  • Define hypoxia , causes and relevance in terms of respiratory physiology
  • Describe the difference between ventilation and oxygenation measures and explain V/Q mismatch
  • List relevant measures for assessment of ventilation and oxygenation including PaO2, SpO2, PaCO2, FiO2
  • Explain the oxyhaemoglobin dissociation curve
  • Explain the PF ratio in terms of lung function assessment
  • Detail a diagnostic approach for a patient presenting in respiratory distress
  • Detail a treatment plan for a patient presenting in respiratory distress
  • List a range of common disease states of the respiratory system that can present as emergencies


Intervenant: Amelia Allen (BVSc (Hons) MANZCVS (Emergency and Critical Care))



Détails sur la formation

Lieu:

  Début:
25/02/2021

Intervenant:

Modules:
5

Prix:
Jusqu'au 25/01/2021
Paiement unique: 0.00 €

Après 25/01/2021
Paiement unique: 0.00 €