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Technician Rounds- 'Emergencies- What you need to know in the first 5 minutes'

  • Tue, February 17, 2015
  • 7:00 PM
  • Holiday Inn Appleton, WI

Technician Rounds

hosted by the Fox Valley Animal Referral Center and the Wisconsin Veterinary Technicians Association


 

 Topic:             What you need to know in the first 5 minutes”

 by David Liss BA, RVT, VTS (ECC, SAIM), CVPM

 

The first 5 minutes is an introductory lecture describing the chain of events that occur from the minute an emergency walks into the veterinary hospital, to its admission to the hospital. Triage, shock, patient assessment, blood pressure, fluid therapy, and pain management will all be discussed. The lecture highlights the role of the veterinary technician in the emergency room and lays the groundwork for any hospital to apply basic yet powerful concepts to dealing with emergencies.

 

                            

 Location:            Holiday Inn Neenah Room

                             150 S Nicolet Road

                             Appleton WI 54914

                              

 RSVP:                RSVP by February 10th, 2015 to

Lyn Schuh @ 920 450 7903 or lschuh@horizondvm.com

 

1.5 hours of CE credits provided by NEWVMA and food provided by Zoetis

 

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