20 Hours of Structured & Assessed CE | RACE Approved
What's in the Course?
Traumatic wounds come in all shapes and sizes. From bite wounds, to degloving injuries and open fractures, we will review not only the physiology of wound healing, but also the latest recommendations in wound management – from acute care, the managing the wound through the various stages of wound healing.
Catastrophic haemorrhage is an occasional consequence of trauma – and this topic will review not only what happens in acute haemorrhage, but how to manage haemorrhage as well. In particular, we’ll focus on management strategies for controlling and minimizing the impact of uncontrolled haemorrhage into the thoracic cavity, abdominal cavity, and fracture sites. Finally, we’ll conclude the course with an overview of the pharmacology of the trauma patient – including analgesic techniques, and rational antibiotic choices among others.
|Printed and Bound Course Book|
|Graded Course Assessment|
|Live and Online Weekly Tutorials|
|Comprehensive Learning Resources|
|Extra Course Resources|
|Protocols For Your Practice|
When Is It?
Start Date: Monday, November 04, 2019
Duration: 4 Weeks
Live Weekly Tutorials: Mondays at 7:30 PM AEDT (Sydney Time)
Date: Monday, 4 November 2019 Time: 03:30 EST [USA & Canada]
Note: These live tutorials are recorded if you are unable to participate in real-time.
The cost for this 4-week vet course is only AUD 550.
Trauma in dogs and cats can cause a range of potentially serious conditions, from obvious injuries, such as fractures, open wounds, and external haemorrhage, to serious head trauma, internal haemorrhage, and life-threatening injuries of the chest cavity. This 4-week course will approach the trauma patient from the standpoint of emergency management. From respiratory tract trauma to management of open fractures, and a lot in-between, we’ll present the very latest in management strategies, to give your trauma patient the best chance of survival.
Dr. Philip Judge
BVSc MVS PG Cert Vet Stud MACVSc (VECC; Medicine of Dogs)
Director: Vet Education Pty Ltd