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Breathe in, Breathe out - Dealing with Respiratory Emergencies

Duration: 23:51 h
Speaker: Samara Blake
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Dealing with a patient in respiratory distress can be stressful, for both them and us! However, nurses play a vital role in the stabilisation of, and care of, respiratory patients. In this webinar, participants will be guided through the main points to consider while triaging a dyspnoeic patient, including localisation of the respiratory distress, and what oxygen supplementation options are currently available. Some of the more common respiratory diseases will be discussed and finally, participants will be taken through a couple of specific case studies. 

The Australian Veterinary Nurse and Technician (AVNAT) Regulatory Council has allocated (1) AVNAT CPD point to this continuing education activity. 

Recording from 15 February 2024

Samara Blake

Samara Blake, BSc (Animal), Cert IV VN, DipECC, VTS (ECC), RVN, GradCertHE

After completing a Bachelor of Animal Science, Samara decided to pursue her dreams of becoming a veterinary nurse and has been working in the industry for the past 19 years. She has worked in various general practices and emergency centres in both Australia and the UK. For 10 years she worked as a senior nurse in the emergency and critical care service at the University of Melbourne and during this time, she became a specialist in ECC through AVECCTN. Currently, she works for Melbourne Polytechnic lecturing to students completing a Bachelor of Veterinary Nursing degree which runs in partnership with Latrobe University. She has clinical roles with Southpaws Moorabbin and VRH (Dandenong) and is currently a director for the VNCA board and a committee member for the VNCA Victorian division. She owns two silly fur babies- Harry the Ginger cat and Archie the Cavoodle.

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