Advanced Anaesthesia Monitoring Techniques (for veterinary nurses)
How to use your monitors to the best of their ability, how to interrupt the information that it is giving you (learn what those funky traces mean) and what cases you should be using the different parameters on. You will also be given tips on how to treat abnormal values, that is, if they really are abnormal, and any contraindications to different monitoring techniques. Different monitoring techniques that will be covered are: ECG, blood pressure (invasive and non-invasive), capnography and pulse oximetry.
In case you have missed this webinar, you have the opportunity to watch a recorded version here.
This webinar qualifies for one (1) hour of continuing education.
Anita Parkin AVN, DipVN (Surgical, ECC), VTS (Anaesthesia), CVPP, TAA
Anita has been a veterinary nurse for over 20 years. Joining Veterinary Specialist Services in 2001 working as a medical and surgical nurse. For the last 10 years specialising as a surgical nurse.
In 2013 Anita completed her Diploma in Emergency and Critical Care, recertified in her Diploma in Surgery and was re-accredited through the VNCA (Veterinary Nurses Council of Australia). In 2012, Anita obtained her qualification as a Certified Veterinary Pain Practioner through the IVAPM (International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management). And has also a Veterinary Technician Specialty in Anaesthesia and Analgesia (2009 recertified 2015).
Her skills and experience that she has gained over the last 20 plus years are now being passed on to veterinary nurses throughout Australia and internationally through lectures, workshops and in-clinic hands-on training.
Anita is a member of the Academy of Veterinary Technician Anesthetists, International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management, International Veterinary Critical Care Society and Veterinary Nurses Council of Australia.
Anita’s special interests include critical care, challenging anaesthetics, pain management and surgical nursing.