Neurological Emergencies in Small Animal Practice
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What you'll learn
The patient with a disorder of the neurological system can present a significant challenge to the clinician. From emergency treatment of neurological dysfunction, to lesion localization, diagnosis and specific disease management, it is essential to approach the neurological emergency patient with a sound diagnostic pathway, and rapid and evidence-based treatment recommendations.
This course is all about achieving these key facets of patient management – particularly in conditions where timely intervention is of the essence – such as traumatic brain injury, spinal trauma, and status epilepticus. What’s more, we’ll equip your practice with flow charts, diagrams, videos on a whole range of neurological emergencies to help you achieve the best for your neurological emergency patient – all backed by recent evidence-based literature reviews.
Get the latest updates on how to best treat neurological emergencies in dogs and cats!
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