Collapsed and Dyspnoeic Patients
How a systematic approach to assessment reduces the stress of these emergencies. An interactive discussion using case-based examples to discuss the use of a systematic and standardized approach to these cases. This will include discussion of Triage in the broad sense of multi-trauma/disease situations followed by assessment of the individual animal.
Delegates will be invited to produce their own algorithm to allow rapid data gathering in the emergency. This process will highlight how approaching stressful situations in a systematic manner will reduce the risk of stress or panic adversely affecting this process.
This course is suitable to all delegates in primary care practice where emergencies are seen. A prior knowledge of point of care ultrasound (POCUS) techniques will be beneficial but not essential.