In this webinar we will discuss the commonly presented emergencies such as ocular injuries, lens lunation, glaucoma, sudden onset blindness and proptosis. Sally will lead you through these and other issues, so that by the end of the lecture you will be confident in knowing how to manage the most frequently encountered ocular emergencies.
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.
Dogs with Addison’s disease commonly present on an emergency basis. Recognizing clues in signalment, history, and point-of-care diagnostics is imperative to ensure a definitive diagnosis is reached and appropriate treatment can be instituted in a timely fashion. This webinar will refresh your knowledge of the Addisonian crisis and ensure that you keep this important disease on your radar!