Online CPD for Vet Nurses

Hypothermia

During this 20 minute online tutorial, we will discuss the importance of managing body temperature and strategies to prevent hypothermia.  We will define hypothermia and look at ways animals lose heat and how hypothermia may affect general anaesthesia including the long term effects of hypothermia. Towards the end of the presentation we will also discuss

Capnography and Capnograms – what the waveforms mean

This 20 minute eCPD tutorial will start to demystify capnograms so you will be able to understand what they are showing you. Some common capnograms seen under anaesthesia are explained and what to consider to improve them and your patients’ status This CPD tutorial is worth 20 minutes towards your RCVS requirements.

Post Op Physiotherapy for Spinal Patients

This 20 minute eCPD tutorial includes physiotherapy objectives, the type of patients who may benefit from physiotherapy, useful terminology, basic physiotherapy techniques and nursing considerations for spinal patients. This CPD tutorial is worth 20 minutes towards your RCVS requirements.

Recovery from Anaesthesia

Recovery from anaesthesia may be a risky time for patients, especially those who are critically ill. This 20 minute eCPD tutorial will look at the risk and discuss why the recovery period is such a critical period, what we can do about it and how we can optimise the chances of a successful outcome, even

Senior Feline Clinics

This 20 minute eCPD tutorial discusses how ‘Well pet clinics’ are an ideal way for veterinary nurses to interact and educate clients in a wide variety of areas. They can be easily set up, promoting the veterinary surgery and generating extra income for the veterinary practice. They can be a way of creating a bond

What can we Achieve with Hydrotherapy

This 20 minute eCPD tutorial discusses hydrotherapy.  This form of rehabilitation  is becoming an increasingly popular treatment for veterinary patients. These patients may be at different stages and have different rehabilitation needs, for example: Pre-operative patients  – to improve strength and muscle mass before a femoral head and neck excision arthroplasty Post-operative patients – cranial

Introduction to Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy and hydrotherapy are now becoming acceptable treatment adjuncts in veterinary practice to treat chronic non-surgical conditions conservatively such as hip and elbow dysplasia. Surgical outcomes following cruciate ligament surgery and fracture repairs can be enhanced with physiotherapy and hydrotherapy to return the patient back to the highest level of function and to prevent secondary

Flea Treatment and Control

This 20 minute eCPD tutorial briefly summarises the drugs and methods available to combat the age old enemy of fleas, both on companion animals and in the home. The aim is to help clarify what useful treatments and preventative measures are available and how to advise clients. This CPD tutorial is worth 20 minutes towards your

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