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Surgery/Anesthesia: Veterinary CE

May 27, 2011
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Online, on-demand CE challenge: Dental diseases, including periodontal and associated diseases of the oral cavity, are perhaps the most common ailments affecting feline and canine patients of all ages. As pets age, however, the incidence and severity of dental disease greatly increases. (0.5 CE credits)
May 27, 2011
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Online, on-demand CE challenge: A full chemistry profile, including electrolytes, added to a complete blood count (CBC) and a complete urinalysis, should be part of the minimum database for all wellness visits, sick-patient visits and preanesthetic patients. (0.5 CE credits)
May 27, 2011
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Online, on-demand CE challenge: Thanks to increased client awareness and compliance, preanesthetic testing is not only practical and accepted, it is also expected. The results benefit everyone as they decrease client anxiety, improve anesthetic safety, establish baseline data and increase a practice's financial health. (0.5 CE credits)
Jan 14, 2011
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Surgery of the stifle is one of the most common procedures performed in veterinary practice. This on-demand seminar will address more common stifle conditions such as CCL injury and patella luxation. Clinical findings, diagnosis and recent advances in treatment of both conditions will be addressed. Proper postoperative care and management for optimal long term outcome will also be discussed. (1 CE credit)
Dec 07, 2010
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This course is designed to present an array of plastic and reconstructive surgical techniques with a primary emphasis on information germane to the practical application of these methods. The focus of this course will be on the ?how-to? aspects of the methods presented and is designed to be an intense, material-dense exposure to an array of techniques and issues relevant to wound reconstructions of various types. 5.5 CE hours.
Dec 07, 2010
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Course topics include anesthetic Considerations relative to metabolic disturbances assessment and diagnosis of GI obstruction and gastric obstruction. 7.25 CE hours.
Sep 30, 2010
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In this presentation, Dr. Theresa J. Fossum discusses what's new regarding risk factors for this deadly disease, what to tell your clients who have high risk pets, whether prophylactic gastropexy is indicated, what you can do to reduce mortality, how quickly you need to operate and the best gastropexy techniques to use. (1 CE credit)
Feb 04, 2010
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The VetMedTeam Veterinary Assistant Program covers communications/client relations, office/hospital procedures, animal nursing, exam room procedures, surgical prep and assisting, laboratory procedures, radiology, and pharmacology.
Mar 01, 2009
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This 90-minute, on-demand webinar covers the best practices for veterinary wound closure, including qualities of different suture materials and tips on selecting sutures and needles for various veterinary procedures.