A Crash Course in Canine and Feline Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

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A Crash Course in Canine and Feline Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
A Crash Course in Canine and Feline
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
Friday 14th November 2014
Patient Resuscitation - Are you prepared?
1. In a crisis can you remain focused on your life saving role?
2. Are you proficient in CPR techniques?
3. Do you have regular in - house training in CPR?
4. Are you familiar with the drugs and why?
5. Every patient needs YOU to be prepared - Don’t let them down when they need you most...
The Veterinary Nursing consultancy is presenting a unique CPR training event. The training is focused upon providing
every member of the veterinary team the skills and knowledge to feel confident in assisting in patient resuscitation.
The course is structured to provide the theory behind the techniques used during CPR as well as...
• Organising and assisting with equipment / how to use during CPR
• Development of a “Crash cart / box” with supplies for venous access /airway management and drug therapy
• Identifying the at risk patients
• Understanding coding systems
• Team management: define your role
• The principles of basic life support: Airway, Breathing and Circulation
• Advanced life support: extending the scope of CPR beyond ABC
• The Veterinary Nurse’s role in drug therapy: understanding drug therapy
• Defibrillation: why?
• Monitoring during cardiopulmonary resuscitation
• Return of spontaneous circulation: what next?
• Team assessment: success or failure / trauma debrief
The theory is then put to the test in a relaxed and interactive way! With full hands on
practical CPR training on state-of-the-art advanced tailor-made Veterinary ‘critical
care’ canine and feline manikins direct from the USA. Rescue Critters - Critical Jerry
(Canine) and Rescue Critter - Critical Fluffy (Feline)
Each manikin has been specially designed for veterinary emergency room
training. They have a realistic larynx, epiglottis, trachea and oesophagus
that enable intubation, along with working lungs and an artificial pulse. The
manikins allow for full thoracic compressions and venepuncture, and also
provide a variety of heart and lung sounds for auscultation of the critical
patient.
The theoretical and practical course
will be completed in three hours and has
been designed to allow delegates to choose either
the morning session - 10am - 1pm or the afternoon
session 2pm - 5pm. Refreshments will be provided. Due to the
practical nature of the course delegate numbers are limited.
CPR course notes and a certificate of attendance will be provided.
The course is being held at The Mortimer Arms, Romsey Road, Ower,
Hampshire SO51 6AF.
(See website for directions www.mortimerarms.co.uk)
Booking Form
A Crash Course in Canine and Feline Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
Please tick the appropriate course and complete the form
Friday 14th November 2014
Morning (10am - 1pm)
Afternoon (2pm - 5pm)
Practice Name
Address
Post Code
TelephoneEmail
Confirmation will be sent via email
Delegate 1
Name
Delegate 3
Name
Qualifications
Qualifications
Delegate 2
Name
Delegate 4
Name
Qualifications
Qualifications
Fee per delegate £60
£5.00 discount for delegates who have attended any
Bite-size CPD lecture 2014.
£10.00 additional discount for more than two delegates
from the same practice.
Please make cheques payable to:
Michelle Richmond
Please return this form with fee to:
The Veterinary Nursing Consultancy,
2 Island View, Manchester Road, Sway, Lymington,
Hampshire SO41 6AS
Tel/Fax: 01590 682183
Mobile: 07788 413503
[email protected]
Or pay directly into my account:
Sort code 11-05-01
Account no. 00324662
The Veterinary Nursing Consultancy terms and conditions: All courses must be paid
for in full at the time of booking. Cancellations of a booking by a delegate must be
received in writing. Cancellation will incur a charge of 20% of the registration fee up to
30 days, 50% for cancellation between 15-30 days, and 100% for cancellation within
14 days of the course. Delegates must telephone 01590 682183 to ensure that their
cancellation has been received. The Veterinary Nursing Consultancy reserves the right to
alter the programme or the speaker and/or to impose a surcharge should this become
necessary due to unforeseen circumstances. If the event is cancelled due to unforeseen
circumstances – such as adverse weather conditions the course date will be re arranged.
All delegates will receive place confirmation via email unless otherwise specified.

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