Fast-Track - Chirurgie von Urogenitaltrakt

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Fast-Track - Chirurgie von Urogenitaltrakt

Einleitung

Problemstellungen rund um den Urogenitaltrakt sind der Inhalt dieses Tagesmoduls. Bei der Beleuchtung des weiten Feld von der obstruktiven Erkrankung, bis zur Neoplasie, werden wichtige Themen aus der Alltagspraxis angesprochen.

Termine

01 - Acute Abdominal Emergencies
01/02/2021 |

Key Learning Objectives

 

  • List the commonly associated history, clinical signs and examination findings in acute abdomen presentations
  • Discuss the principles of the general diagnostic workup for an acute abdomen presentation
  • Describe the principles of immediate treatment for an acute abdomen presentation
  • Discuss Acute Pancreatitis - the pathophysiology, clinical signs, workup and treatment
  • Discuss Acute Gastroenteritis - aetiology, clinical signs, differential diagnoses, workup and treatment
  • Discuss Gastric Dilation and Volvulus (GDV) - the pathophysiology, clinical signs and diagnostic workup
  • List the initial management and surgical considerations of GDV
  • List the post-operative management and monitoring of GDV patients
  • Discuss Acute Non-Traumatic Haemoabdomen - the pathophysiology, clinical signs, workup and management


Referent: Sara West ()
02 - Endocrine Emergencies
01/02/2021 |

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Discuss the pathophysiology of diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA)
  • Describe the clinical signs, work-up and diagnosis of DKA
  • List the common electrolyte, acid-base and fluid derangements see in DKA
  • Discuss the treatment of DKA including insulin regimes, fluid therapy, electrolyte supplementation and monitoring
  • Discuss the pathophysiology of glucose regulation in the body and causes of hypoglycaemia
  • Describe the clinical signs, work-up and diagnosis of hypoglycaemia
  • Discuss the treatment of hypoglycaemia
  • Discuss the pathophysiology of primary and secondary hypoadrenocorticism
  • Describe the clinical signs and diagnostic work-up of hypoadrenocorticism
  • List the common clinical abnormalities present in hypoadrenocorticism - including electrolyte, clinical pathology, diagnostic imaging and adrenal-axis testing
  • Discuss the emergency treatment and management of patients in ‘Addisonian Crisis’.


Referent: Amelia Allen ()
03 - Intoxications
01/02/2021 |

Key Learning Objectives

 

  • List the preliminary questions asked in phone triage of suspected intoxications
  • Discuss the various decontamination methods including emesis, use of activated charcoal, gastric lavage, dermal decontamination and enhanced elimination
  • Describe the complications and contraindications of the above methods
  • Discuss the common intoxications below, including the clinical signs, diagnosis, stabilisation, decontamination, specific treatment and monitoring of
    •  Metaldehyde intoxication
    • Synthetic pyrethrin intoxication
    •  Anticoagulant rodenticide intoxication
    • Lily plant intoxication
    • Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) intoxication
    • Chocolate/Caffeine intoxication
    • Ethylene glycol intoxication
    • Grape & Raisin intoxication
  • Discuss ‘serotonin syndrome’ including the related drugs, the clinical signs, diagnosis, stabilisation, decontamination, specific treatment and monitoring


Referent: Amelia Allen ()
04 - Cardiovascular Emergencies
01/02/2021 |

Key Learning Objectives

  • Briefly explain the pathophysiology of congestive heart failure in relation to the common cardiac diseases of the dog and cat
  • Describe the common clinical signs seen with cardiac disease
  • List the diagnostic tests used to evaluate and assess patients with suspected cardiac disease
  • Outline the medical treatments and therapeutic procedures used in the emergency management of a cardiac patient
  • Explain the Renin-Angiotensin-Aldosterone System (RAAS) and its importance in maintenance of blood pressure
  • Describe the common clinical findings seen with hypertension in dogs and cats
  • Describe the common clinical findings seen with hypotension in dogs and cats
  • List the diagnostic tests used to assess  and evaluate blood pressure
  • Outline the medical treatment options for hypotension and hypertension in dogs and cats


Referent: Oriana Leong ()
05 - Respiratory Emergencies
01/02/2021 |

Key Learning Objectives

 

  • Define hypoxaemia , the common causes, relevance in respiratory physiology
  • Define hypoxia , causes and relevance in terms of respiratory physiology
  • Describe the difference between ventilation and oxygenation measures and explain V/Q mismatch
  • List relevant measures for assessment of ventilation and oxygenation including PaO2, SpO2, PaCO2, FiO2
  • Explain the oxyhaemoglobin dissociation curve
  • Explain the PF ratio in terms of lung function assessment
  • Detail a diagnostic approach for a patient presenting in respiratory distress
  • Detail a treatment plan for a patient presenting in respiratory distress
  • List a range of common disease states of the respiratory system that can present as emergencies


Referent: Amelia Allen ()



Kursdetails

Veranstaltungsort:
Frankfurt a. Main

  Datum:
04/04/2020

Referent:

d Kategorie:
Small Animal Surgery

} Zeitplan:
9:00-17:30

Module:
5

Preise:
Bis zum 04/03/2020
Sofortzahlung: 450.00 € *

Nach dem 04/03/2020
Sofortzahlung: 0.00 € *
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