Date & Time: Sep 30, 2021 / 8-9pm ET 5-6pm PT

Add to Calendar 09/30/2021 08:00 PM 09/30/2021 09:00 PM America/New_York afyqAJbkLzQadISZkmDL33753 15 September 30, 2021: Monitoring: What monitors tell you & what is considered standard of care In this 1-hour, VETgirl online CE webinar, Dr. Jane Quandt, DACVAA, DACVECC reviews monitoring equipment that is essential while monitoring your sedated or anesthetized patients. Should each clinic have an ECG, blood pressure monitoring, capnography and pulse ox? In this webinar, she’ll review the pros and cons, mechanism of action, and why monitoring can save your patient’s life! https://vetgirlontherun.com/webinars/september-30-2021-monitoring-what-monitors-tell-you-what-is-considered-standard-of-care/

Sep 30, 2021 / 8-9pm ET 5-6pm PT

September 30, 2021: Monitoring: What monitors tell you & what is considered standard of care

Add to Calendar 09/30/2021 08:00 PM 09/30/2021 09:00 PM America/New_York afyqAJbkLzQadISZkmDL33753 15 September 30, 2021: Monitoring: What monitors tell you & what is considered standard of care In this 1-hour, VETgirl online CE webinar, Dr. Jane Quandt, DACVAA, DACVECC reviews monitoring equipment that is essential while monitoring your sedated or anesthetized patients. Should each clinic have an ECG, blood pressure monitoring, capnography and pulse ox? In this webinar, she’ll review the pros and cons, mechanism of action, and why monitoring can save your patient’s life! https://vetgirlontherun.com/webinars/september-30-2021-monitoring-what-monitors-tell-you-what-is-considered-standard-of-care/

Speaker

Dr. Jane Quandt, DACVAA, DACVECC

RACE-Approved CE

1 Hour

RACE Program #

20-846994/847010

Cost

Free for ELITE members, otherwise $50/1-hour webinar

Speaker

Dr. Jane Quandt, DACVAA, DACVECC

RACE-Approved CE

1 Hour

RACE Program #

20-846994/847010

Cost

Free for ELITE members, otherwise $50/1-hour webinar

In this 1-hour, VETgirl anesthesia webinar, Dr. Jane Quandt, DACVAA, DACVECC reviews monitoring equipment that is essential while monitoring your sedated or anesthetized patients. Should each clinic have an ECG, blood pressure monitoring, capnography and pulse ox? In this webinar, she’ll review the pros and cons, mechanism of action, and why monitoring can save your patient’s life!

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RACE CE #: 20-846994/847010

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  1. common causes of hypoxemia are:
    -hypoventilation/apnea
    – vq mismatch
    – diffusion issues
    -low fi02
    – shunt

    could anemia be considered a sixth cause (low rbc leading to low hemoglobin levels leading to decreased oxygen carrying capacity)?

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