Date & Time: Jan 4, 2018

Add to Calendar 01/04/2018 01/04/2018 true America/New_York ageAwCWSizIGXeivJmVv66952 15 January 4, 2018: VETgirl Real-Life-Rounds: How I (quickly) approach pericardial effusion About to see a patient with muffled heart sounds? Pericardial effusion is a life-threatening emergency seen in dogs. Although the majority of pericardial effusions in dogs are associated with cardiac tumors, other causes exist and should be considered. In this VETgirl Real-Life-Rounds, Dr. Garret Pachtinger will review the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of the pericardial effusion patient in this case-based rounds. More importantly, learn how to perform a pericardiocentesis! https://vetgirlontherun.com/real-life-rounds/january-4-2018-vetgirl-real-life-rounds-quickly-approach-pericardial-effusion/

Jan 4, 2018

January 4, 2018: VETgirl Real-Life-Rounds: How I (quickly) approach pericardial effusion

Add to Calendar 01/04/2018 01/04/2018 true America/New_York ageAwCWSizIGXeivJmVv66952 15 January 4, 2018: VETgirl Real-Life-Rounds: How I (quickly) approach pericardial effusion About to see a patient with muffled heart sounds? Pericardial effusion is a life-threatening emergency seen in dogs. Although the majority of pericardial effusions in dogs are associated with cardiac tumors, other causes exist and should be considered. In this VETgirl Real-Life-Rounds, Dr. Garret Pachtinger will review the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of the pericardial effusion patient in this case-based rounds. More importantly, learn how to perform a pericardiocentesis! https://vetgirlontherun.com/real-life-rounds/january-4-2018-vetgirl-real-life-rounds-quickly-approach-pericardial-effusion/

About to see a patient with muffled heart sounds?

Pericardial effusion is a life-threatening emergency seen in dogs. Although the majority of pericardial effusions in dogs are associated with cardiac tumors, other causes exist and should be considered. In this VETgirl Real-Life-Rounds, Dr. Garret Pachtinger will review the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of the pericardial effusion patient in this case-based rounds. More importantly, learn how to perform a pericardiocentesis!

Ultimately, the VETgirl team wants you to be confident when these critically ill cases come running through the door. VETgirl understands that ivory tower medicine is not available to most, and not necessary for many. We practice real-life medicine. We offer no heroic proclamations, drama, or even a fancy PowerPoint with animation. Practicing real life medicine is tough and we understand that we are all in the trenches together. For VETgirl ELITE members only, we present Real-Life Rounds, an interactive session where VETgirl ELITE members will have the opportunity to interact with specialists during an informal 30-minute session on specific topics.

Topic: How I (quickly) approach pericardial effusion
Speaker: Dr. Garret Pachtinger, DACVECC
Date: Delivered: Thursday, January 4, 2018
Time: 7-7:30PM EST (6-6:30PM CST, 5-5:30PM MST, 4-4:30PM PST)
Total RACE-approved CE credit hours: 0.5 hours
RACE Program #: 785-37490

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RACE Provider number: 785
RACE Program number: 37490

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