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Emergency blood tests: Electrolytes and acid base, monitoring and management of disturbances

Dauer45 min
ReferentAngela See
€ 32,86
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A practical guide to emergency blood work interpretation. We will cover PCV/TS, blood glucose, electrolytes and blood gases. Guidance will be provided on rapid decision making and a clinical approach to the major disturbances.

Recording from 19.07.2018

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Dr Angela See BVSc(hons) FANZVS, MANZVS

Angela graduated from the University of Queensland in 2002.  Since then she has completed a residency at Murdoch University in Emergency and Critical Care. Through additional studies she has become a Member of the ANZCVS in Small Animal Medicine and a Fellow in Emergency and Critical Care.  Angela has worked in a number of emergency centres in Australia as well as establishing an emergency and critical care business in 2009.

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