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Monitoring an anaesthetised patient is demanding. It’s essential to understand the drugs and equipment to use and why, and how the body uses the drugs. This Unit helps you understand the many aspects of anaesthesia, and how monitoring improves patient safety.
You’ll attain high standards of theatre practice from this Unit as you gain an appreciation of theatre design and the protocols of surgery. Identification and knowledge of instruments is essential too. To help you there’s a PDF document that includes 80 photographs and individual features and function.
You’ll gain the ability to identify and classify emergency and critically ill patients,, and improve the chances of their survival. You’ll learn monitoring the critical patient has specific requirements and the knowledge will prove invaluable in helping all patients.
The different types of radiography used in veterinary practice are described. By learning about the types of imaging, you’ll soon be able to appreciate why they are used for specific conditions and how disease processes can be identified and diagnosed. Illustrated with excellent radiographs.
Emphasis is put on the care and management of the patient before and after surgery as it has a significant impact on the outcome of the surgery. Clear communication between the client and staff invites attention too as it plays a part in the surgical experience for both the patient and the owner.