My Favorite Anesthetic Protocols Part 1

This Course Is Approved for 1 CE Credit     |     Ralph C. Harvey, DVM, MS, DACVA,  Andre Shih, DVM, DACVA, and  Justine Lee, DVM, DACVECC

This course is composed of three short sessions from the NAVC Conference 2016's My Favorite Anesthetic Protocols Symposium.

Sedating the Poisoned Pet: Learn from a variety of experts who share sedation/anesthetic/pain management techniques, drugs, and protocols for a specific type of case or condition. Topics include: Physiopathological considerations before attempting sedation/anesthesia, alterations based on which protocol is chosen, drugs and dosages, delivery methods, monitoring, recovery, and follow ups.

Anesthesia for C-sections: This session presents a case study of a c-section in a French Bull Dog. Andre Shih, DVM, DACVA, discusses physiological changes during pregnancy that can affect your choice and delivery of anesthesia, as well as protocols for pre-medication, induction and post-operative anesthesia.

Veterinary Visits NOT Gone Wild:
Aggression is based on conflict and fear. It is of the greatest possible value patients and everyone involved to minimize the potential for escalation of undesirable fear and aggression. Discusses a variety of options and benefits to all.

Please note:

If you were an attendee at this NAVC Conference and received a general CE certificate, please be sure to check with your state licensing bureau regarding your eligibility to receive online credit for an individual session.

Supported and produced by educational grants from Zoetis in conjunction with NAVC 2016 as part of the  
My Favorite Anesthetic Protocols Symposium.


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