NAVC Conference 2016

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Effectively Treating Feline Acute Pain

This lecture discusses multimodal approaches to preoperative, intraoperative, postoperative and at home pain management. Effective pain management leads to a more successful and rapid recovery. 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  Elanco...

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Geriatrics Part 2 - Practical Treatment and Care for the Aging Pet

Seniors get a lot of attention - but geriatrics are the age group where we can do so much more! The goal of proper and effective geriatric pet care is to enhance the quality of life for the pet and the owners, empower them to properly care for their pet during this delicate life phase, and maintain the strength of human-animal bond. The goal of this presentation is to offer the methodology, tools, and soft skills that are essential to properly caring for this age group.Please note: If you...

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Geriatrics Part 1 - Practical Treatment and Care for the Aging Pet

Seniors get a lot of attention - but geriatrics are the age group where we can do so much more! The goal of proper and effective geriatric pet care is to enhance the quality of life for the pet and the owners, empower them to properly care for their pet during this delicate life phase, and maintain the strength of human-animal bond. The goal of this presentation is to offer the methodology, tools, and soft skills that are essential to properly caring for this age group.Please note: If you...

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End of Life Planning

This course is composed of three short sessions from the NAVC Conference 2016's  Veterinary Hospice, Palliative Medicine and Euthanasia track. Selecting the Right Crematory; Your Most Important Death-care Partner:   The arrangement of cremation is an essential service to provide clients. How do you handle client questions, what are some tell-tale signs of a good crematory, and what do you risk by choosing a less-than-stellar-facility?Convenience Euthanasia; Listen Before...

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Suture Science and Selection

Sutures have been a part of wound repair for thousands of years and were thrust into great importance in the late 1800s when the concept of aseptic technique was first considered. In this course, Greg M. Brown, B.S., MBA discusses attributes of a quality suture, suture types, selection criteria and more!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...

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When is it Time? Assessing Quality of Life

"Doc, when will I know it's time?" That is a question we all hear, but one that we usually cannot easily answer. This talk will go over some ways to help owners (and staff) evaluate quality of life.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 CareCredit in...

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HELP: Hospice and End of Life Planning

Veterinary hospice care is evolving. This unique case approach is centered around education, preparation, and support for the pet and the client. Understanding what this service includes (and what it does not include) will help veterinary professionals solidify their role as animal advocators, strengthen the human animal bond, and maintain the highest level of client care that retaining our clients even after the passing of a beloved pet.Please note: If you were an attendee at this NAVC...

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