Diving Deep Into Our Monitoring: How They Work and What They Tell Us

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Sunday, September 8 1:30 PM - 5:30 PM Central Daylight Time (CDT)

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Location: Hall 5 (Lab 3)


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This workshop will be for Veterinary Technicians/Nurses who are looking to get more knowledge about how the monitoring devices we use work and what they tell us about the patient. It will include four stations; ECG interpretation, blood pressure, oxygenation, and capnography. Participants will rotate to each group to talk about the devices available, personal experiences, and/or troubleshooting techniques. Ideally, each grouping will have an hour to discuss the item and work through cases or questions. There will be no use in animals, simply hands on with the monitoring tools these technicians/nurses use everyday.

Presentation Code: 374


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  • Medical – 4 Units