Anaesthesia Essentials to Advanced Course Bundle
Learn how to effectively manage anaesthesia in sick or compromised patients with this ultimate anaesthesia course bundle consisting of 2 exciting courses!
This course includes:
What you'll learn
This 4-week online course is designed to provide you with the knowledge you need to help effectively and safely manage anaesthesia in your patients. We’ll cover setting up your anaesthetic machine and circuits, selecting appropriate anaesthetic machine settings for your patient, and the pharmacology of common anaesthetic and sedative medications. What’s more, we’ll also talk about how to reduce anaesthetic risk in your patients, and will complete the course with a discussion on anaesthetic monitoring, and the management of common anaesthetic problems, such as hypotension, hypothermia, arousal during anaesthesia and much more!
This course includes:
This special 3-week short course is designed to help veterinary nurses and technicians safely and effectively manage anaesthesia in sick or compromised patients. You will cover how to minimise patient risk factors prior to – and during anaesthesia, how to respond to abnormal patient parameters, and how to manage anaesthesia in patients with specific diseases – including heart failure, respiratory diseases (including brachycephalics), kidney disease, GDV and much more!
This is a fully-featured Vet Education online course, including 3 comprehensive live tutorials, extensive course notes and references, Q and A message boards and a special assessment task – all designed to give you the best preparation for your next complicated anaesthetic!
At the conclusion of this course, the participant will have a sound knowledge of the following:
- The principles and practice of risk reduction in the compromised anaesthetic patient, including patient assessment, manipulation of anaesthetic technique, and pre-anaesthetic therapies aimed at risk reduction
- The diagnosis and emergency stabilisation of a wide range of anaesthetic implications, including respiratory, cardiac, cardiopulmonary arrest, hypertension, hypotension and inappropriate anaesthetic depth
- The specific pre- intra-and post-anaesthetic requirements for patients with respiratory disease, cardiac disease, kidney disease, neurological disease, sepsis, trauma and geriatric or paediatric conditions