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Diagnosis and Management of Patients with Acute Respiratory Distress

Diagnosis and Management of Patients with Acute Respiratory Distress

Diagnosis and Management of Patients with Acute Respiratory Distress

Daniel J. Fletcher, PhD, DVM, DACVECC
Daniel J. Fletcher, PhD, DVM, DACVECC

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Launch date: 18 Apr 2016
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Last updated: 25 Jul 2020

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Ms Gabriela Beita MS (23 Jul 2020)
Excellent, practical, very good summarized, and very well explained. Great!
Jamie Warren (18 Mar 2020)
Very practical approach, very useful.
Dr Kristen Baumgartner MS, DVM (27 Dec 2019)
Great run-down/refresher of respiratory distress cases.

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Description

This course reviews diagnosis and management of the 8 major causes of respiratory distress in small animal medicine.

Objectives

Diagnosis of Respiratory Distress
Describe the diagnostic findings associated with each of the 8 causes of respiratory distress in small animals.
Treatment of Respiratory Distress
Devise a stabilization plan for a patient given the cause of respiratory distress.
Daniel J. Fletcher, PhD, DVM, DACVECC

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Daniel J. Fletcher, PhD, DVM, DACVECC

Joanne Lara, MA. earned her master's in special education from California State University Northridge and her BA in dance from the University of South Florida. She founded the nonprofit organization Autism Movement Therapy and teaches AMT classes in Van Nuys, CA, where she is the director of Autism Movement Therapy-AMT Behavior. Joanne is currently a core adjunct professor at National University in Los Angeles and helped to design the Autism Certificate Program. In addition, she produced the soon-to-be-released documentary Generation A: Portraits of Autism and the Arts and served as technical advisor/autism consultant for Kiefer Sutherland’s FOX TV series Touch.

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User Reviews (14)

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Ms Gabriela Beita MS (23 Jul 2020)
Excellent, practical, very good summarized, and very well explained. Great!
Jamie Warren (18 Mar 2020)
Very practical approach, very useful.
Dr Kristen Baumgartner MS, DVM (27 Dec 2019)
Great run-down/refresher of respiratory distress cases.
Dena Czyzniewski (18 Dec 2019)
A great go to checklist for respiratory distress.
Mrs Mallory Olson LVT, VTS(ECC, Nutrition) (24 Aug 2019)
Extremely well organized and easy to follow. A pleasure to listen to. Some great slides!
Dr Joyce Tang (18 Apr 2019)
Concise and detailed explanation.
Dr Stacin Wyatt (5 Oct 2018)
Very informative, easy flowing presentation with great case examples and radiographs.
Dr Emily Carrington (24 Jul 2018)
Lots of information, as well as useful photos and videos, and ways to quickly narrow down and deal with any respiratory emergency.
chris olortegui (13 Mar 2018)
excellent lecture, good info as I study to become a vts ecc
Angela Callahan (13 Feb 2018)
Great review and very easy to listen to.
Heidi Goggin (1 Jan 2018)
Really great over view
Tyler Pelfrey (29 Dec 2017)
Very useful with no filler
Shakira Jameson (11 Apr 2017)
Very good E learning module. Obtained good overall info on treatment for both cats and dogs
Dr Jonathan Ball (20 Mar 2017)
Great summary of respiratory emergencies

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