Equine Emergency And Critical Care
University of Liverpool
Date: Wednesday 28th February, 2024 - Wednesday 28th February, 2024
Start time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Duration: 1 hour(s)
This course will provide insights into tirage and stabilisation of equine emergencies that are commonly seen in equine practice. It is ideal for clinicicans in ambulatory practice and compliments the two new Equine Emergency and Critical Care CertAVP modules.
The course is a combination of lectures, case-based discussions and practical sessions. It will include a practical approach to equine blood transfusion in the field, strategies for stabilisation of a critical patient for travel, practical sessions that allow delegates to develop an approach to ultrasound of the acute abdomen and thorax, and a panel discussion on disaster management with a range of surgical and medical specialists. The day will conclude with a talk from a doctor to provide us with insights into human emergency and critical care.
Develop a theoretical and practical understanding of how to perform a blood transfusion in the horse
Develop practical skills in rapid ultrasonographic assessment of the thorax and abdomen in the field
Develop a theoretical and practical approach to stabilising a critical patient for travel
Develop a pragmatic approach to equine disaster management
Alison Bennell BVMS CertAVP(EM) MRCVS
Aimie Wilson BVMS CertAVP (EM), DipECEIM AFHEA MRCVS
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