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RVC Nursing Theatre
  1. RVC Nursing Theatre
    In light of the Isoflurane shortage this year, this lecture will focus on other methods we can use to maintain anaesthesia, when a volatile agent is either not available, or not appropriate to use. We ...
  2. RVC Nursing Theatre
    Fluid therapy is a vital part of the management of patients with shock, dehydration, increased ongoing losses, electrolyte imbalances and maintenance fluid therapy. During this session we will explore ...
  3. RVC Nursing Theatre
    This session will cover common pitfalls in exotic animal anaesthesia, how to avoid them and top tips for maximising success with these cases. Real life practical examples will be given. How to safely ...
  4. RVC Nursing Theatre
    What do the waves mean? Do you have an ECG connected, but do not know how to interpret the trace? Or do you have an ECG machine that is sitting in the cupboard gathering dust!? This lecture will help ...
  5. RVC Nursing Theatre
    When we see a colleague who is struggling we want to help, but what works for wellbeing at work? This session reviews what works in workplace wellbeing, both supporting colleagues and maintaining our ...
  6. RVC Nursing Theatre
    When nursing the critical patient we often rely on tubes, drains and lines to help us manage the patients condition whilst they are hospitalised. In this session we will take a closer look at some of ...
AVA/BVNA - Gallery Suite 21/22
  1. AVA/BVNA - Gallery Suite 21/22
    Accidents, errors, adverse events, near misses, safety incidents whatever you call them they can happen at any time. Learning from these incidents is vitally important as it can reduce the chance of t ...
  2. AVA/BVNA - Gallery Suite 21/22
    Continues from the previous lecture: using real life incidents to demonstrate to the audience how they can investigate safety incidents in their practice using a number of different, simple, practical ...
  3. AVA/BVNA - Gallery Suite 21/22
    This lecture will discuss why preparation for anaesthesia isimportant, how preparation should differ according to the case and how to minimise problems by anticipating them. Learn how to approach anae ...
  4. AVA/BVNA - Gallery Suite 21/22
    Over the last 20 years the importance of non-technical skills in human anaesthesia has come into focus with the increasing awareness and concern in patient safety. With this in mind a specific framewo ...
  5. AVA/BVNA - Gallery Suite 21/22
    Checklists are central to safety in aviation and have been widelyadopted in human anaesthesia. This lecture aims to discuss howchecklists can be utilised in veterinary medicine to improve safetyand ef ...
Gallery Suite 12
  1. Gallery Suite 12
    Feline toileting problems can be challenging for owners and veterinary staff alike. This talk aims to improve your ability to accurately diagnose the reasons(s) why cats might be urinating or urine marking inappropriately, to give the best chance of a successful resolution.
  2. Gallery Suite 12
    Separation related problems in dogs may be inevitable. Yet the condition often remains under-recognised, leaving many dogs in a state of depleted welfare for many hours per day.
  3. Gallery Suite 12
    What advice would you give to an owner who contacts the practice to report that their dog went into the bedroom happy as usual, but came out absolutely terrified, yet everything in the room remained c ...
  4. Gallery Suite 12
    This presentation will aim to outline the different techniques for neutering of commonly seen small mammals including rabbits, rodents, sugar gliders, ferrets and hedgehogs. The speaker will cover rou ...
  5. Gallery Suite 12
    Practical tips on blood sampling many different small mammal species that will help you in general practice . Followed by an explanation on the interpretation of the results once you get them back fro ...
  6. Gallery Suite 12
    Birds and reptiles have evolved to hide pain and so therefore the degree to which they are suffering may not always be apparent. This presentation aims to help the small animal general practitioner id ...
  7. Gallery Suite 12
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    This presentation will discuss the anatomy and physiology of the reptilian respiratory tract, clinical presentations in reptiles with respiratory disease, diagnostic work up and treatment of common an ...
RVC Nursing Theatre
  1. RVC Nursing Theatre
    Apart from running tests using in-house machines, do you undertake much manual laboratory work? Would you like to diversify your nursing by making better use of the resources available within your pra ...
  2. RVC Nursing Theatre
    IMHA is a condition that many veterinary nurses in practice will encounter in their career. As competent nurses we should understand the pathophysiology that is associated with the presentation of the ...
  3. RVC Nursing Theatre
    Treating companion animals that have cancer is becoming a more common request as our client expectations widen. Surgical and non-surgical alternatives, radiotherapy and chemotherapy are available with ...
  4. RVC Nursing Theatre
    Staying safe online is a difficult area for many people both personally and professionally.As veterinary professionals our actions online must comply with not only UK laws on copyright and behaviour b ...
  5. RVC Nursing Theatre
    The feline population is increasing and there are now as many feline pets as there are canine pets in the U.K. this means that the feline caseload in many practices will also be on the rise. Ensuring ...
  6. RVC Nursing Theatre
    With increased pressures on the veterinary team improving your understanding of the whole teams professional and personal boundaries can improve staff well being and patient welfare.Delegation of SIII ...
AVA/BVNA - Gallery Suite 21/22
  1. AVA/BVNA - Gallery Suite 21/22
    Hoofstock are often judged as being lacking in cognitive ability, but they are not and when nursing wild or domestic hoofstock we must always reflect on this, or we will compromise the welfare of our ...
  2. AVA/BVNA - Gallery Suite 21/22
    The stress of being kept within the shelter environment can have a profound effect on rescue animals. In this lecture we will address how long-term stress can affect different species and the symptoms ...
  3. AVA/BVNA - Gallery Suite 21/22
    There are as many as 8.6 million dogs being kept as companion animals in the UK (PDSA, 2018), and each may need to visit the vets at least once. However, recent research has shown that less than 50% o ...
  4. AVA/BVNA - Gallery Suite 21/22
    In this lecture we will be discussing:The value of running cat friendly nurse clinics in practice and why they are so important to help improve the welfare of feline patients, enhance owner experience ...
  5. AVA/BVNA - Gallery Suite 21/22
    This lecture is focused at the RVN in practice that would like to develop their understanding of pain assessment and pain pathways in companion animals. This lecture will start with a brief overview o ...
Gallery Suite 12
  1. Gallery Suite 12
    Through the RECOVER initiative significant improvements in the success of CPR can be achieved however overall outcome remains poor following arrest for the majority of patients. Therefore, preventing ...
  2. Gallery Suite 12
    The first session of the CPR lecture will be focusing on current RECOVER resuscitation guidelines for the basic life support during a cardiopulmonary arrest. We will be reviewing the reasons why our p ...
  3. Gallery Suite 12
    The second session of the CPR lecture will be focusing on current RECOVER resuscitation guidelines for the advance life support during a cardiopulmonary arrest. We will discuss key monitoring tools us ...
  4. Gallery Suite 12
    Although human error is an inevitable occurrence, in the caring professions errors of commission or omission can cause harm to our patients. As we know, CPR attempts are often unsuccessful and can lea ...

 

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