AERC Fall Conference 2019 - Technician Track, Animal Emergency & Referral Center of Minnesota, Saturday, 02. November 2019

Our Fall CE will held at our Oakdale clinic and will be separated into two days. On November 2nd, 2019, we will have the Technician Track. On November 16th, 2019, we will have the Veterinarian Track. The Technicians' track is approved for 7.2 technician credits by the MVMA. The Veterinarians’ track is approved by the Minnesota Board of Veterinary Medicine for 6 CE credits, also good in Wisconsin. A continental breakfast and lunch are also provided.
We encourage you to register right away! Since seats are limited, we cannot accept walk-in registrations on the day of the event.
Technician Track lectures are as follows:
The SNAP 4DX: Testing for Vector Borne Diseases by Sally Ryan, DVM, Professional Services Veterinarian with IDEXX  We will review prevalence, diagnosis, and treatment of vector-borne illness including heartworm, Ehrlichia, Lyme and Anaplasmosis in dogs. (1.8 technician credits)
Restraint and Positioning for Radiographic Procedures in Dog and Cats by Brent Bassett, CVT  You will learn restraint techniques for both aggressive and non-aggressive patients, chemical and non-chemical restraint techniques, proper positioning for many different radiographs, methods to help you get the best radiographs possible, and radiation safety do's and don'ts. (1.8 technician credits)
Assessment and Treatment of Pain in Veterinary Patients by Lindsay Berg, DVM, Somer Drummond, DVM, Nicole Langer, DVM, and Latasha Sikes, DVM AERC's Veterinary Interns will discuss successful assessment and treatment of pain in veterinary patients as a cornerstone of good patient care. This talk will focus on how to evaluate pain as well as some of the major categories of medications available for effective pain management.  (1.8 technician credits)
Sedation and Anesthesia in Exotic Pet Species by Andrew Bean, DVM, MPH, Practice Limited to Small Companion Mammals from the Avian & Exotic Medicine Service at AERC  The need for sedation and/or anesthesia is commonly encountered in exotic pet medicine. This lecture will cover basic considerations and drug selection for sedation, perioperative preparation of the patient, anesthetic monitoring, and recovery. (1.8 technician credits)

AERC Fall Conference 2019 - Technician Track

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