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WHAT'S IN YOUR EMERGENCY KIT?

Best practices in assessing and triaging emergencies

The course covers the following:

  • Review Basic emergencies by location, body system, and relative emergent status.
  • Best practices in assessing and triaging emergencies.
  • Review current practices and prognoses in emergency medicine based on patient conditions.
  • Assessing and treating emergencies as they relate to different species, ages, and temperament.
  • Develop best practices to manage anxiety and stress for patient, owner, staff and medical practitioners.
  • Understand the most common causes, signs, testing methods and sequelae to inflammation as it affects both health and disease in pets.
  • Assessing Integrative techniques and treatments that can be used in conjunction with conventional medicine to manage inflammation and emergencies.
  • Recognizing reasons to employ different methods based on their ability to augment treatment, improve positive outcomes, as well as their possible effectiveness in place of conventional treatments.
  • Overview of current research and case studies to support methods of treatment.
  • How to appropriately gather information and provide relevant details to expedite emergency care.
  • Provide framework to help practitioners teach owners the basics of immediate care at home and how to make a Home Emergency Kit.


TECHNICIAN TEACHING HOUR

  • An integrative and holistic look at restraint and data gathering for technicians.
  • Actions the technicians need to know from a holistic standpoint.
  • Procedures that incorporate holistic care in emergencies.
  • Helping the doctor manage the patient and the owner.
  • In an emergency, how to manage limited samples.
  • How to properly educate owners about follow-up care and next steps.
  • Putting the owner and patient at ease.
  • Before the doctor gets there, what can the technician do to put the owner/animal at ease and speed up the diagnostic process?

Chapter Overview:

Chapter 1: How to Use Innovative Integrative Options to Improve Management of Emergencies
Presented by Dr. Arielle Herndobler
Part A: Management and treatment of neuromuscular and traumatic emergencies
Part B: Management and treatment of kidney and urinary tract emergencies
Part C: Management and treatment of inflammation and dermal emergencies

Chapter 2: Emergencies: Real and Imagined
Presented by Dr. Barbara Royal
• How to avoid common emergency situations.
• How to identify a true emergency.

Chapter 3: Natural Treatments and Remedies
Presented by Dr. Barbara Royal
• How to use natural methods to treat emergency conditions
• Topical, medicinal recipes and tips
• Home veterinary emergency kit list

Chapter 4: Assisting the Integrative Veterinarian
Presented by Kate Francini and Dr. Barbara Royal
• Proper history taking from an integrative point of view
• Managing doctors' needs, patients' care, and follow up
• Integrative record keeping and treatment plan highlights
• This lecture is geared for technicians but useful for all animal caretakers

5 CE Hours

Includes 4 video lectures, course handbook, and course examination

Includes Course Booklet

When you have completed the course videos, you may begin the course examination.
The course examination consists of 15 questions and a section for feedback about
the course.

NOTE: You must answer at least 12/15 questions correctly to pass. You will not receive credit hours until you pass the course examination.

If you are unsatisfied with your results, you may submit a request to re-take the examination to info@royalanimalhealthuniversity.com.

This program 1136-29844 is approved by the AAVSB RACE to offer a total of 5.00 CE Credits (5.00 max) being available to any one veterinarian: and/or 5.00 Veterinary Technician CE Credits (5.00 max). This RACE approval is for the subject matter categories of:
 Category One: Scientific
Category Two: Non-Scientific-Clinical
Category Three: Non-Scientific-Practice Management/Professional Development using the delivery method of Seminar/LectureLab/Wet Lab. This approval is valid in jurisdictions which recognize AAVSB RACE; however, participants are responsible for ascertaining each board's CE requirements. RACE does not "accredit" or "endorse" or "certify" any program or person, nor does RACE approval validate the content of the program.


REFERENCES:

Taurine and epilepsy. Epilepsy Research. 2013 104(3):187-194 

Determination of boswellic acids in brain and plasma by high performance liquid chromatography/tandem mass spectrometry. Analytical chemistry. 2005. 77(20): 6640-6645 

Boswellia serrata acts on cerebral edema in patients irradiated for brain tumors. A prospective, randomized, placebo controlled, double blind, pilot trial. Cancer. Feb 2011. 117(16): 3788-3695 

Aloe vera: a short review. Indian Journal of Dermatology. 2008. 54(4): 163-166. 

Novel antibacterial and emollient effects of coconut and virgin olive oils in adult atopic dermatitis. Dermatitis. 2008. November/December. 19 (6): 308 

In vitro effects of yunnan baiyao on canine hemangiosarcoma cell lines. Veterinary and comparative oncology. 2014. 14(3): 281-294 

Topical yunnan baiyao administration as adjunctive therapy for bleeding complications in adolescents with advanced cancer. 2012. 20(12): 3379-3383 

Effects of the preoperative administration of Yunnan Baiyao capsules on intraoperative blood loss in bimaxillary orthognathic surgery: a prospective, randomized, double blind, placebo-controlled study. International Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. 2008. 38(3): 261-266.

The course covers the following:

  • Review Basic emergencies by location, body system, and relative emergent status.
  • Best practices in assessing and triaging emergencies.
  • Review current practices and prognoses in emergency medicine based on patient conditions.
  • Assessing and treating emergencies as they relate to different species, ages, and temperament.
  • Develop best practices to manage anxiety and stress for patient, owner, staff and medical practitioners.
  • Understand the most common causes, signs, testing methods and sequelae to inflammation as it affects both health and disease in pets.
  • Assessing Integrative techniques and treatments that can be used in conjunction with conventional medicine to manage inflammation and emergencies.
  • Recognizing reasons to employ different methods based on their ability to augment treatment, improve positive outcomes, as well as their possible effectiveness in place of conventional treatments.
  • Overview of current research and case studies to support methods of treatment.
  • How to appropriately gather information and provide relevant details to expedite emergency care.
  • Provide framework to help practitioners teach owners the basics of immediate care at home and how to make a Home Emergency Kit.


TECHNICIAN TEACHING HOUR

  • An integrative and holistic look at restraint and data gathering for technicians.
  • Actions the technicians need to know from a holistic standpoint.
  • Procedures that incorporate holistic care in emergencies.
  • Helping the doctor manage the patient and the owner.
  • In an emergency, how to manage limited samples.
  • How to properly educate owners about follow-up care and next steps.
  • Putting the owner and patient at ease.
  • Before the doctor gets there, what can the technician do to put the owner/animal at ease and speed up the diagnostic process?

Chapter Overview:

Chapter 1: How to Use Innovative Integrative Options to Improve Management of Emergencies
Presented by Dr. Arielle Herndobler
Part A: Management and treatment of neuromuscular and traumatic emergencies
Part B: Management and treatment of kidney and urinary tract emergencies
Part C: Management and treatment of inflammation and dermal emergencies

Chapter 2: Emergencies: Real and Imagined
Presented by Dr. Barbara Royal
• How to avoid common emergency situations.
• How to identify a true emergency.

Chapter 3: Natural Treatments and Remedies
Presented by Dr. Barbara Royal
• How to use natural methods to treat emergency conditions
• Topical, medicinal recipes and tips
• Home veterinary emergency kit list

Chapter 4: Assisting the Integrative Veterinarian
Presented by Kate Francini and Dr. Barbara Royal
• Proper history taking from an integrative point of view
• Managing doctors' needs, patients' care, and follow up
• Integrative record keeping and treatment plan highlights
• This lecture is geared for technicians but useful for all animal caretakers

5 CE Hours

Includes 4 video lectures, course handbook, and course examination

Includes Course Booklet

When you have completed the course videos, you may begin the course examination.
The course examination consists of 15 questions and a section for feedback about
the course.

NOTE: You must answer at least 12/15 questions correctly to pass. You will not receive credit hours until you pass the course examination.

If you are unsatisfied with your results, you may submit a request to re-take the examination to info@royalanimalhealthuniversity.com.

This program 1136-29844 is approved by the AAVSB RACE to offer a total of 5.00 CE Credits (5.00 max) being available to any one veterinarian: and/or 5.00 Veterinary Technician CE Credits (5.00 max). This RACE approval is for the subject matter categories of:
 Category One: Scientific
Category Two: Non-Scientific-Clinical
Category Three: Non-Scientific-Practice Management/Professional Development using the delivery method of Seminar/LectureLab/Wet Lab. This approval is valid in jurisdictions which recognize AAVSB RACE; however, participants are responsible for ascertaining each board's CE requirements. RACE does not "accredit" or "endorse" or "certify" any program or person, nor does RACE approval validate the content of the program.


REFERENCES:

Taurine and epilepsy. Epilepsy Research. 2013 104(3):187-194 

Determination of boswellic acids in brain and plasma by high performance liquid chromatography/tandem mass spectrometry. Analytical chemistry. 2005. 77(20): 6640-6645 

Boswellia serrata acts on cerebral edema in patients irradiated for brain tumors. A prospective, randomized, placebo controlled, double blind, pilot trial. Cancer. Feb 2011. 117(16): 3788-3695 

Aloe vera: a short review. Indian Journal of Dermatology. 2008. 54(4): 163-166. 

Novel antibacterial and emollient effects of coconut and virgin olive oils in adult atopic dermatitis. Dermatitis. 2008. November/December. 19 (6): 308 

In vitro effects of yunnan baiyao on canine hemangiosarcoma cell lines. Veterinary and comparative oncology. 2014. 14(3): 281-294 

Topical yunnan baiyao administration as adjunctive therapy for bleeding complications in adolescents with advanced cancer. 2012. 20(12): 3379-3383 

Effects of the preoperative administration of Yunnan Baiyao capsules on intraoperative blood loss in bimaxillary orthognathic surgery: a prospective, randomized, double blind, placebo-controlled study. International Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. 2008. 38(3): 261-266.

Course Curriculum

Course Material
Chapter 1: How to Use Innovative Integrative Options to Improve Management of Emergencies
Chapter 2: Real and Imagined
Chapter 3: Natural Treatments and Remedies
Chapter 4: Assisting the Integrative Veterinarian

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