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Mon, 03 Jun

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Zoom Webinar

Anaesthesia considerations for head trauma patients

Join us as we learn how to keep our head trauma patients safe when they need to go under a general anaesthesia.

Anaesthesia considerations for head trauma patients
Anaesthesia considerations for head trauma patients

Time & Location

03 Jun 2024, 19:30 – 20:30

Zoom Webinar

About the event

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand the basics of intracranial pressure and why it is important
  • Be able to recognise Cushing’s reflex/response in a head trauma patient
  • Be aware of other anaesthetic considerations for these patients

Head trauma is a strong term conjuring up images of cats who’ve hit the ground face first, but many of our patients may suffer from head trauma – RTAs, animal attacks, etc. Many of these patients will require a general anaesthetic for diagnostics and treatment, and in this presentation we’ll go through some of the things we should consider as nurses when anaesthetising and monitoring these patients. You’ll learn about intracranial pressure, why it’s important and how to keep an eye on it, alongside parameters we should be observing to keep these poorly patients as stable as possible.

Speaker details:

Emily Hooper BSc(Hons) CertVNECC VTS(Neurology) RVN

Emily completed her degree in Veterinary Nursing and Bioveterinary Science at the University of Bristol in 2014. She worked at a first opinion practice in Bristol for 2 years before starting at North Downs Specialist Referrals as a rotating nurse in 2016, and in 2019 she became a static neurology nurse.

Emily completed her Certificate in Emergency and Critical Care from Vets Now and City & Guilds in 2018, and now tutors on the course to help others achieve the same. Emily has been recently accepted as a candidate for the Academy of Internal Medicine Veterinary Technicians, and passed her exam in June 2023 to become a Veterinary Technician Speciality in Neurology- of which there are only 4 in the UK.

The session will be recorded, and all those with a ticket, will receive a copy of the recording within 24 hours of the event finishing.

Terms and conditions:

This webinar is for Veterinary professionals only.

This event will be held on zoom, you will need your own zoom account in order to join the event/watch the recording.

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Please note that by signing up for this webinar, we will use the email used to book, to send you the recording, and invitations to future events- if you do not wish for this to occur, please let us know.

Your participation in this webinar indicates your acceptance of these terms and conditions.

Tickets

  • General Admission

    Sale ends: 03 Jun, 19:20

    General entry to the webinar.

    £10.00
    +£0.25 service fee

Total

£0.00

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