Acute Pain Management In General Practice
Date: Monday 3rd February, 2020 - Sunday 23rd February, 2020
Start time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Duration: 3 hour(s)
This course consists of lectures to assist identifying, assessing severity and management of pain in the general practice setting. The course will cover pain pathways, and the pharmacology of the agents we use and the presentations that are common in general practice, from the non-painful presentation to the emergent and painful patient. There are case studies including geriatric, co-morbid and neonatal presentations as well as local and regional techniques that are useful in general practiceModules:1. Pain pathways, physiology and assessment. 2. Pharmacology of commonly used analgesic agents. 3. Non-pharmacological and adjunctive management. 4. Techniques and equipment. 5. Pain presentations 1 the originally non-painful patient. 6. Pain presentations 2 the originally painful patient for routine procedures. 7. Pain presentations 3 orthopaedic procedures, emergency presentation. 8. Pain presentations 4 soft tissue procedures, emergency presentation.
Who is it for?
Vets and Veterinary Nurses
Joanna Potter BSc BVMS BMus MANZCVS MRCVS Dip. ECVAA
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