Emergency Treatment and Procedures - Veterinary Tech

Emergency Treatment and Procedures 201c
4.0

  • Recognize the clinical signs of neoplastic disease
  • Describe an organized response to poison and toxin ingestion
  • Plan the physical examination when poisoning or toxin ingestion is suspected
  • Identify the clinical signs and treatment for common agents that are poisonous to dogs and cats
  • Summarize the differential diagnosis of respiratory emergencies
  • Outline the emergency care of respiratory diseases
  • List the classification and care of superficial wounds
  • Describe the clinical signs and management of shock

Linda DuPont, DVM

Downloadable Course in PDF
RACE Category 1 Scientific
Text

$80.00 USD

Emergency Treatment and Procedures 201b
4.0

  • Recognize the common causes of burn injuries and initial interventions
  • Tabulate abnormalities of cardiac rhythm, physiology and structure in feline and canine patients
  • Describe common disorders of the male and female genitalia and reproductive tract
  • Identify the signs and symptoms of gastrointestinal emergencies
  • Describe the treatment and management of acute gastrointestinal disorders
  • Identify the etiology, signs and symptoms of systemic metabolic emergencies
  • Outline common medical emergencies of the central and peripheral nervous system
  • List ocular emergencies requiring immediate treatment

Linda DuPont, DVM

Downloadable Course in PDF
RACE Category 1 Scientific
Text

$80.00 USD

Emergency Treatment and Procedures 201a
4.0

  • Describe the appropriate steps to take in addressing an injured animal
  • Recognize common bandaging and splinting techniques
  • Explain the indications for and the procedures involved in blood component therapy 
  • Outline the diagnosis and treatment of intracellular fluid deficit and electrolyte imbalance
  • List vascular access techniques and central venous catheters and explain indwelling catheter maintenance
  • Describe signs of acute pain and methods of assessment, management and prevention
  • Compare and contrast common pharmacological agents used to control pain
  • Outline the emergency management of the abdomen
  • Explain the potential causes of anaphylactic shock and complications of anesthetics use and their treatment

Linda DuPont, DVM

Downloadable Course in PDF
RACE Category 1 Scientific
Text

$80.00 USD