Life or Death: Cardiopulmonary Arrest During Surgery Part Two

Abstract

This lecture is the second in a two part series and takes an advanced look at cardiopulmonary arrest during surgical procedures and in the immediate post operative period.  It continues directly on from Part One of the series with a short refresh on CPR and continues on with a detailed look at advanced life support techniques and post resuscitation care.

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Life or Death: Cardiopulmonary Arrest During Surgery Part One

Abstract

This lecture is the first in a two part series and takes an advanced look at cardiopulmonary arrest during surgical procedures and in the immediate post operative period.  It discusses anaesthetic complications and why they occur, and examines how to work to minimise risk.  It looks at signs of cardiopulmonary arrest and how to be prepared if it does happen and to confidently react.

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Emergency & Critical Care: Fluid Therapy 3: IV Fluid Therapy Administration

Abstract

This bitesize CPD veterinary nursing course is the third in a series of Fluid Therapy lectures by Louise O Dwyer and looks further into the administration of IV fluid therapy of different varieties and into Hypovolaemia and Dehydration and their treatment.

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Emergency & Critical Care : Fluid Therapy 1: Fluid Therapy Basics

Abstract

This veterinary nursing CPD lecture is the first in a series of Fluid Therapy lectures by Louise O Dwyer and examines the basics of fluid therapy.  It discusses fluid requirements and fluid balance and then goes on to discuss dehydration, hypovolaemia and shock.

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Emergency Critical Care: Practical Techniques for the Respiratory Patient

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This Veterinary nursing CPD course focuses on nursing of respiratory patients, looking at examination and stabilisation of the dyspnoeic patient, Oxygen supplementation, Intubation and Tracheostomy in detail. It then examines a case study of upper airway obstruction to provide an example of dealing with an emergency respiratory case in practice.

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