Essentials of Small Animal Anaesthesia
Get the latest updates in managing Anaesthesia in dogs and cats with this 5-week interactive and tutor guided course for Veterinary Nurses.
What you'll learn
Anaesthesia is something we do every day in general practice. But it is a potentially lethal procedure! So, how can we make our anaesthesia safe?
This 5-week interactive course will provide you with essential tools to make your patient anaesthesia as safe and effective as possible. We will discuss anaesthetic drugs, safe administration, anaesthetic circuit selection, essential anaesthetic monitoring, and what to do in case of the emergency anaesthetic!
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