Haemostasis – The intrinsic and extrinsic pathways and coagulation disorders
This webinar will focus on haemostasis, explaining the pathophysiology of both primary and secondary haemostasis, the intrinsic and extrinsic pathways and what happens when disorder occurs. The webinar will discuss the pathophysiology and treatment of haemostatic disorders such as Von Willebrand disease and Haemophilia, as well as rodenticide intoxication. Finally, there will be focus on some specific nursing considerations of patients affected by coagulation disorders.
Recording from 06.12.2018
Louise Welsh RVN
After qualifying as a Registered Veterinary Nurse in 2012, Louise completed her Certificate in Emergency and Critical Care with Vets Now in 2014, followed by her Advanced Nursing Diploma in 2016. Having worked as a nurse in general practice and referral hospitals, Louise now works as a Senior Emergency and Critical Care nurse at the Royal Veterinary College, as well as working as a tutor for the Vets Now ECC Certificate in her spare time. Louise enjoys all aspects of critical care nursing and has published articles on a range of ECC nursing topics. Louise is a representative of her local BSAVA committee, helping to organise CPD events in her local area.