About the webinar
Abnormal cardiac rhythms can produce significant alterations in cardiac function, that can contribute to the development of acute heart failure, shock and organ dysfunction secondary to poor tissue perfusion. Knowing how to recognise, interpret, and manage abnormal cardiac rhythm is essential in reducing patient morbidity and mortality. This lecture will present essential information on how to recognise and interpret abnormal cardiac rhythms in the cat, and how to approach management of these rhythms, and provide supportive care for the underlying cause in the emergency setting.
When is it?
Date: Wednesday, 7 June 2023
Time: 19:30 AEST [Sydney] | 21:30 NZDT [Auckland]
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Join us for a 2-week intensive on “Updates in Small Animal Cardiac Emergencies” – where we’ll review the emergency diagnostics you need to have in order to diagnose acute heart failure, the management of acute heart failure, treatment of common arrhythmias, and much more.
This exciting course will provide you with the very latest information, treatment protocols and diagnostic algorithms on the management of cardiac emergencies in dogs and cats – so you can give your patients the best chance of survival!
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Note: This webinar will be recorded. If you are unable to attend the live lecture, a link to the recording will be shared with you a few days following the lecture.