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Anesthesia Case Study

Pete is a 3-year-old MN Australian Cattle Dog who was hit by a car and brought into your emergency practice on a Saturday morning. So what should you do? 

This case study will walk you through Pete’s unfortunate circumstances, posing questions as you read. What are your anesthetic concerns?  Do you think Pete’s fentanyl CRI is adequate for management of his pain? If not, what could be done to improve his level of analgesia?

To learn more about Pete's recovery, how his case was presented, and what was ultimately used in his treatment plan, click below to download your copy of the case study. 

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This sell-out event is a unique opportunity for Veterinary Technicians to increase knowledge and sharpen skills in just three days. Offered at the world-famous Oquendo Center in Las Vegas, NV, expert instructors – using today’s most innovative instructional approaches and technology – present skill-based training in emergency & critical care, CPR and anesthesia.

June 24-26, 2019
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The event is a unique opportunity for Veterinary Technicians to increase knowledge and sharpen skills in Nutrition, Dentistry and Imaging over three days. Offered at the world-famous Oquendo Center in Las Vegas, NV, expert instructors – using today’s most innovative instructional approaches and technology – present skill-based training in critical practice areas. 

September 30 - October 2, 2019
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