A multi-disciplinary CPD event
24th February 2022
ChesterGates Veterinary Specialists would like to invite you to a multi-disciplinary CPD event – Friday 18th March 2022
Management of congestive heart failure and anaesthesia of Cardiology Cases for the general practitioner
- Do you feel concerned about whether to anaesthetise your cardiac patients?
- Are you unsure about which drugs to choose for your cardiac patients?
- What sedation protocol would you choose for urgent chest rads in an acute respiratory/cardiac patient?
At this CPD you will learn:
- Considerations for drug therapy for management of congestive heart failure cases from RCVS and European Specialist in Cardiology Dr Liz Bode
- Anaesthetic considerations for cardiac patients with Dr Luís Filipe Louro, European Specialist in Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia
- 3 case examples of trickier anaesthetics in cardiac patients
This will be a small group taught session with plenty of opportunity to ask questions and discuss any cases you wish. Breakfast will be provided before the event and the timings are as follows:
8am – 9am: Arrival and breakfast
9am: CPD start – lectures and case studies
11am – 12pm: Questions and discussion
Spaces are strictly limited, Click here to book
Location: ChesterGates Veterinary Specialists, Units E & F, Telford Court, Gates Lane, Chester, Cheshire, CH1 6LT
Based in Chester, the hospital is conveniently located close to the motorway network (M53/M56) and therefore very accessible from Wales, Northern England and the Midlands.
Additionally: This event will be subject to local Covid restrictions at the time of the event. If changes to the event occur due to changing restrictions all delegates will be contacted by email. To ensure Covid security we politely request all delegates to complete a lateral flow test before attending the event. In the event of anything preventing your attendance please use the link in your booking to cancel your place as we will operate a small waiting list for those that are able to fill last-minute spots.Back to news & events