Surviving Anesthesia: Simplifying Monitors and Machines for Veterinary Technicians

September 22, 2016

Date: February 24 - February 24, 2017

Description:

This conference focuses on the practical approaches to the most up-to-date standards in anesthetic machines and monitors. Specifically, participants will gain knowledge in the components of the anesthetic machine and the advantages and disadvantages to the numerous breathing circuits available to veterinary professionals. The common anesthetic monitors will be discussed - including the importance of each, the cost-to-benefit ratio and how to incorporate them into the busy veterinary practice. This conference will also emphasize the importance of the veterinary technician in their role as anesthetist, especially when monitoring without monitors. Specific cases showing how to incorporate each unique machine and monitor will be presented. Participants will leave with a greater understanding of the common machines and monitors as well as be exposed to state-of-the art equipment that may easily be used in their progressive practice.

Event type: Continuing Education Conference

Event Address: Kalahari Resort & Convention Center1305 Kalahari Drive , Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin, USA

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Sponsor: University of Wisconsin, School of Veterinary Medicine

For More Information:Karl Olson,UW SVM CE Program

2015 Linden Drive ,Madison ,Wisconsin ,53706 ,USA

608-265-5206, karl.olson@wisc.edu, https://apps.vetmed.wisc.edu/cereg/