Do smoke inhalation cases get you fired up?
In this 1-hour VETgirl online veterinary CE webinar, Dr. Armelle de Laforcade, DACVECC will review common smoke inhalation injury in dogs and cats. Dr. de Laforcade will review the pathophysiology of smoke inhalation, carbon monoxide toxicosis, and complications of hypoxemia and smoke inhalation. A review of the different presenting signs, treatments and clinical course will be discussed. While this may not be a common emergency that you see, you need to know how to treat it!
Topic: Smoke inhalation in dogs and cats
Speaker: Dr. Armelle deLaforcade, DACVECC
Date: Delivered: Sunday, April 23, 2017
Time: 9-10pm EST (8-9pm CST, 7-8pm MST)
Total RACE-approved CE credit hours: 1 hour
RACE Program #: 785-34500
Cost: FREE for ELITE members, otherwise $40/1 CE Credit
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RACE-CE provider name: VETgirl, LLC
RACE Provider number: 785
RACE Program number: 34500
This program has been approved for continuing education credit in jurisdictions which recognize AAVSB RACE approval; however participants should be aware that some boards have limitations on the number of hours accepted in certain categories and/or restrictions on certain methods of delivery of continuing education. Call VETgirl (858.859.1838) for further questions.
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