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How to Deal with the Poisoned Patient (Half Day)10:00 - 13:003 CPD HoursVenue: CAW HuntingdonLecturer: Lindsay Kellett-Gregory£145Spaces availableCategories: Veterinary Nursing, Emergency and Critical Care, Medical NursingAnaesthesia for the Critical Patient09:30 - 16:006 CPD HoursVenue: CAW HuntingdonLecturer: Emma Archer£265Waiting listAs veterinary medicine advances, veterinary practices are performing procedures on more elderly and critically ill patients than ever before. It is vital, therefore, that nurses who are tasked with monitoring these patients, and assisting in their safe recovery, understand all aspects of anaesthetising these high risk patients and are aware of their special considerations.Categories: Veterinary Nursing, Emergency and Critical Care, Surgical Nursing and AnaesthesiaEssentials of Emergency and Critical Care09:30 - 16:006 CPD HoursVenue: CAW LeedsLecturer: James McMurrough£265Spaces availableAs emergency and critical care becomes more advanced, new techniques are being introduced into practice. The role of the veterinary nurse is vital to the treatment of critically ill patients; the survival of such patients depends on effective collaboration between veterinary surgeon & nurse.Categories: Veterinary Nursing, Emergency and Critical Care, Medical NursingEmergency First Aid and Triage - Half Day09:00 - 12:003 CPD HoursVenue: CAW HuntingdonLecturer: Lucy Barton£145Spaces availableEvery day there is the potential for an emergency case to present itself to your clinic. Whilst we are well-versed in routine and preventative medicine, for those working in General Practice, our emergency knowledge and experience may be more limited.Categories: Veterinary Nursing, Emergency and Critical Care, Medical NursingAnaesthesia of the Common Emergency Patient09:30 - 16:006 CPD HoursVenue: CAW LeedsLecturer: Michelle Moran£125 early birdSpaces availableThe safe and effective use of anaesthesia is an essential skill for veterinary nurses and even in the most common of cases requires careful consideration.Categories: Veterinary Nursing, Emergency and Critical Care, Surgical Nursing and Anaesthesia24 Hours in Veterinary A&E09:30 - 16:006 CPD HoursVenue: CAW LeedsLecturer: James McMurrough£125 early birdSpaces availableWorking as a group, this full day course will look through a series of real life cases which were encountered in a single 24 hour period, within a busy Emergency Clinic. Categories: Veterinary Nursing, Emergency and Critical CareAnaesthesia of the Patient with a Co-Existing Disease09:30 - 16:006 CPD HoursVenue: CAW LeedsLecturer: Michelle Moran£125 early birdSpaces availableThe safe and effective use of anaesthesia is an essential skill for veterinary nurses and different cases can present different considerations to factor for, particularly if there is already another pre-existing disease.Categories: Veterinary Nursing, Emergency and Critical Care, Surgical Nursing and AnaesthesiaEmergency First Aid and Triage - Half Day09:00 - 12:003 CPD HoursVenue: CAW HuntingdonLecturer: Lucy Barton£75 early birdSpaces availableEvery day there is the potential for an emergency case to present itself to your clinic. Whilst we are well-versed in routine and preventative medicine, for those working in General Practice, our emergency knowledge and experience may be more limited.Categories: Veterinary Nursing, Emergency and Critical Care, Medical NursingEssentials of Emergency and Critical Care with James McMurrough09:30 - 16:006 CPD HoursVenue: CAW LeedsLecturer: James McMurrough£125 early birdSpaces availableAs emergency and critical care becomes more advanced, new techniques are being introduced into practice. Categories: Veterinary Nursing, Emergency and Critical CareAnaesthesia for the Critical Patient09:30 - 16:006 CPD HoursVenue: CAW HuntingdonLecturer: Emma Archer£125 early birdSpaces availableAs veterinary medicine advances, veterinary practices are performing procedures on more elderly and critically ill patients than ever before. It is vital, therefore, that nurses who are tasked with monitoring these patients, and assisting in their safe recovery, understand all aspects of anaesthetising these high risk patients and are aware of their special considerations.Categories: Veterinary Nursing, Emergency and Critical Care, Surgical Nursing and Anaesthesia