Pain relief in the emergency patient– what should we use?
FREE Webinar – Analgesia in the Emergency Patient
Free Webinar – Ideal for Veterinary Nurses/Technicians
Dr. Philip Judge
Who is it for?
AUGUST 19, 2020
Emergency patients can require analgesia for a variety of reasons – from acute traumatic injury, to severe abdominal pain from diseases like pancreatitis or GDV among a host of other reasons. However, the presence of shock, respiratory compromise, head trauma, and other abnormalities, can profoundly affect the safety of some analgesic medications.
Join us for the FREE webinar, where we’ll examine how we can select appropriate analgesic protocols for emergency patients, how to monitor the effectiveness of your emergency analgesia, and how we can reduce the risk to our patients.
This webinar is brought to you by the upcoming Vet Education course for Veterinary Nurses, “Pain Management in Small Animal Practice” – a 3-week interactive and online course – starting August 31st, 2020!
When is it?
Date: August 19, 2020
Time: 05:30 EDT
Dr. Philip Judge
BVSc MVS PG Cert Vet Stud MACVSc (Vet. Emergency and Critical Care; Medicine of Dogs)
Director: Vet Education Pty Ltd
Philip graduated from Massey University in New Zealand in 1992, and spent 7 years in small animal practice before undertaking a residency in veterinary emergency and critical care at the University of Melbourne in 1998. Following his residency, Philip worked for nearly 6 years at the Animal Emergency Centre in Melbourne, becoming the Senior Veterinarian at the centre in 2004. In 2006, Philip undertook a 1-year surgical externship before moving to Townsville to take up the position of Senior Lecturer in Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care at JCU. Philip is also co-founder, and director of Vet Education Pty Ltd (www.veteducation.com.au) – one of Australia’s leading providers of online continuing education for veterinarians and veterinary nurses. Philip has published numerous manuals and guides concerning emergency medicine, and is a published author in snake envenomation in peer reviewed literature. Philip is also a founding scientific advisory committee member of SnakeMap, a project designed to improve our understanding of snake envenomation in dogs and cats in Australia Philips key interests in veterinary science include respiratory emergencies, ventilation therapy, emergency management of the trauma patient, emergency surgery and envenomations and toxicology.