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"It's Alive" Post-Arrest Syndrome in a Juvenile Bulldog

"It's Alive" Post-Arrest Syndrome in a Juvenile Bulldog

"It's Alive" Post-Arrest Syndrome in a Juvenile Bulldog

Ms Melissa Evans LVT, VTS (ECC)
Ms Melissa Evans LVT, VTS (ECC)
on behalf of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society

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Launch date: 14 Feb 2019
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Last updated: 19 Sep 2020

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Dr Elizabeth Moses (31 Aug 2020)
very helpful!!
Amy Margheret (19 Feb 2020)
Great case study in a brachycephalic animal
Dena Czyzniewski (18 Dec 2019)
Great overview of case and the care required to resolve post- arrest syndrome

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Description

"It's Alive!" Post-Arrest Syndrome in a Juvenile Bulldog was originally presented at IVECCS 2018 as a Technician Case Report.

Objectives

Have a fuller understanding of post-arrest syndrome.
Ms Melissa Evans LVT, VTS (ECC)

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Ms Melissa Evans LVT, VTS (ECC)
on behalf of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society

Melissa Evans LVT, VTS (ECC) is an Emergency and Critical Care Technician at a specialty hospital in Brooklyn, NY. In addition to her technician duties, Melissa trains technicians, speaks at local DVMs and is a certified RECOVER CPR Instructor in both BLS and ALS.

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User Reviews (6)

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Dr Elizabeth Moses (31 Aug 2020)
very helpful!!
Amy Margheret (19 Feb 2020)
Great case study in a brachycephalic animal
Dena Czyzniewski (18 Dec 2019)
Great overview of case and the care required to resolve post- arrest syndrome
Mrs Melissa Shoard Dip Veterinary Nurse (ECC), RVN (10 Nov 2019)
this was great I had a case with issues post arrest it made me consider they can go home thank you
mark mothersead (8 Aug 2019)
Great case good info
Sarah Harris (28 Mar 2019)
Nice job Melissa! Great case report!

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