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El curso “accelerated” en emergencias es la solución para los veterinarios que desean tener confianza en el manejo de pacientes en situaciones de emergencia, mejorar sus conocimientos o realizar una rápida transición a este tipo de clínica.

El curso “accelerated” en emergencias fue desarrollado por nuestro socio australiano, Animal Emergency Service (AES), con el fin de mejorar la confianza y las habilidades de su nuevo personal, a medida que pasaban a la clínica de emergencias a tiempo completo. AES es un grupo hospitalario de emergencias de renombre que brinda servicios médicos de urgencia y cuidados intensivos para mascotas en toda Australia. Diseñado por los veterinarios de AES más experimentados, este curso es el resultado de varios años de desarrollo y mejora, con contenido actualizados y relevantes. Cubriendo los fundamentos de la práctica de emergencias, incluye la gestión de los casos de emergencias más comunes y es adecuado para dar respuesta a las preguntas más frecuentes.

Cada semana recibirás un módulo de aprendizaje en línea sobre temas relevantes de emergencias y cuidados críticos (ECC), que cubren la fisiopatología, el diagnóstico, el manejo y los tratamientos actuales. Cada módulo incluye acceso a la plataforma de aprendizaje, notas y preguntas. También te beneficiarás de 4 sesiones en vivo durante tu suscripción de 12 meses, cada una con un reconocido especialista en ECC.

Puedes estudiar a tu propio ritmo: aprovecha el acceso las 24 horas del día, los 7 días de la semana, además de poder inscribirte en cualquier momento durante el curso.

Este programa te otorga acceso a un Foundation Certificate de la ISVPS.


El programa incluye:

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15 módulos variados

Diseñados por especialistas de clase mundial, que cubren temas clave en la atención de urgencias.

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Foro de discusión

Un foro de discusión para conversar, debatir y compartir casos con tus compañeros.

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Un módulo por semana

Permitiéndote completar el curso y aplicar lo aprendido en la clínica más rápido.

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100% en línea

Dándote acceso las 24 horas del día, los 7 días de la semana, donde sea que estés usando tu ordenador o dispositivo móvil.

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Módulos interactivos y atractivos

Permitiéndote absorber los materiales didácticos en un entorno en línea.

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Acceso ilimitado durante 1 año

Pudiendo volver a visitar diferentes temas y aprender a tu propio ritmo.

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Sesiones en vivo con especialistas / diplomados en ECC

Acceso a una sesión en vivo cada 3 meses para ayudarte a asimilar los contenidos en los principales aspectos de las emergencias.

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Múltiples recursos didácticos

Presentaciones, apuntes y ejercicios que ponen a prueba tus conocimientos mientras trabajas.

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Inscripción abierta

Sin fecha de inicio fija: inscríbete en cualquier momento según tus necesidades.

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Red de contactos

Obtén acceso a una red mundial de compañeros veterinarios con inquietudes afines.

VIDEO

Ve el video introductorio de Gerardo Poli - BVSc (Hons) MVS MANZCVS (Emergency and Critical Care), un ponente reconocido en nuestro Programa Acelerado en Emergencias.

Detalles del programa:

Resumen de los módulos
  1. Análisis de gases en sangre
  2. Shock y fluidos intravenosos
  3. Electrolitos
  4. Patología clínica y ecografía focalizada
  5. Anestesia y analgesia
  6. RCP y triaje
  7. Emergencias hematológicas y coagulopáticas
  8. Emergencias cardiovasculares
  9. Emergencias respiratorias
  10. Emergencias urogenitales
  11. Emergencias oftalmológicas
  12. Emergencias neurológicas
  13. Emergencias abdominales
  14. Emergencias endocrinas
  15. Intoxicaciones
Desarrolladores del programa y turores
  • Dr Rob Webster BVSc (Hons) FANZCVS (Emergency and Critical Care)
  • Dr Gerarado Poli BVSc (Hons) MVS MANZCVS (Emergency and Critical Care)
  • Dr Danielle Huston BVSc (Hons) MVS (Small Animal Practice) MANZCVS (Emergency and Critical Care)
  • Dr Oriana Leong BVSc (Hons) MANZCVS (Emergency and Critical Care)
  • Dr Philomena Kwong BVSc (Hons) MVS (Small Animal Practice)
  • Dr Amelia Allen BVSc (Hons) MANZCVS (Emergency and Critical Care)
  • Dr Sara West BVSc MANZCVS (Emergency and Critical Care)
  • Dr Vanessa Grose BVSc MVS (Small Animal Practice)
  • Dr Emily Ireland BVSc MANZCVS (Emergency & Critical Care)
Acreditaciones

Nuestro curso “accelerated” en Emergencias te brinda la oportunidad de obtener una calificación reconocida otorgada por la Escuela Internacional de Estudios de Posgrado en Veterinaria (ISVPS).

Foundation Certificate (FCert)

Asistiendo al curso y completando las evaluaciones satisfactoriamente obtendrás el Foundation Certificate.

El precio incluye

Todas las opciones de precio incluyen las tasas de inscripción y examen de la ISVPS. Acceso durante 12 meses a la Plataforma y a todo el contenido del curso.

Emergencias y cuidados intensivos
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01 - Acid Base and Blood Gas Analysis
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Key Learning Objectives

  • Outline the steps involved in the recognition and interpretation of acid base disorders
  • Identify one of four primary disorders and any compensatory mechanisms or secondary disorders.
  • Generate a differential diagnosis list for each of the four acid base disorders
  • List the physiological consequences of acidaemia and alkalaemia.
  • Explain briefly treatments indicated for the four different acid base disorders
  • Discuss the physiology of lactate production, it’s uses as a marker of perfusion and the relationship to base excess (BE).
  • Describe the pathophysiology underlying the two main types of hyperlactataemia and other causes
  • Outline oxygenation in terms of arterial blood oxygen (PaO2) measures
  • Recall the physiological causes of low blood oxygen (hypoxaemia), and venous admixture and give examples of disease processes causing each problem.
  • Calculate the adequacy of oxygenation using the P:F ratio, A-A Gradient and ‘120’ rule.
  • Describe how to assess ventilation and the clinical causes of high PCO2 in venous or arterial samples, including when mechanical ventilation is indicated.

02 - Shock and Intravenous Fluids
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Key Learning Objectives

  • Define shock and the physiological causes
  • Explain circulatory shock in terms of hypovolemic, cardiogenic, distributive, obstructive shock
  • Outline findings in the stages of shock - compensatory, decompensatory, end-stage
  • Explain the treatment of circulatory shock
  • Describe the principles of fluid therapy - including the glycocalyx, Starlings law & formation of interstitial oedema.
  • List the goals of fluid therapy in terms of perfusion parameters and dehydration correction
  • Demonstrate how to assess the degree of dehydration
  • List the types of intravenous fluids and their indications for use
  • Construct a fluid plan to correct hypovolaemia, dehydration, ongoing losses and maintenance
  • Explain the advantage of bolus versus shock fluid rates
  • Describe monitoring and perfusion end points for fluid therapy.
  • List the potential complications of fluid therapy
  • List considerations in perioperative fluid therapy

03 - Electrolytes
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Key Learning Objectives

  • List the main serum electrolytes which need to be monitored and clinically managed - sodium, calcium, potassium, phosphate
  • Recall the main regulation mechanisms of the above electrolytes
  • Recall the common causes of abnormal decreases in these electrolytes
  • Recall the common causes of abnormal increases in these electrolytes
  • Describe the common clinical signs seen with derangements of these electrolytes
  • Describe the common clinical pathology abnormalities seen with each of the electrolyte derangements
  • List the appropriate management and treatment for the common electrolyte disturbances
  • Recall the specific calculations used in the management and treatment of sodium disorders

04 - Clinical Pathology and Focused Ultrasound
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Key Learning Objectives

  • Differentiate the various components of a complete blood count
  • Outline the interpretation a complete blood count.
  • Outline appropriate differential diagnoses for abnormalities in the complete blood count.
  • Describe how to perform a blood smear and be able to evaluate findings.
  • Interpret a serum biochemistry profile and outline appropriate differential diagnoses for abnormalities.
  • Identify factors that may affect clinical pathology results in terms of animal breed, sample artefact and laboratory artefact
  • Describe aFAST and tFAST techniques.
  • Outline the abdominal fluid scoring system
  • Describe and outline the VetBLUE including the acoustic windows
  • Identify lung ultrasound signs - A lines, B lines, glide sign
  • Describe likely disease processes from VetBLUE using the regionally based respiratory pattern.

 

05 - Anaesthesia and Analgesia
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Key Learning Objectives

  • Outline the pathophysiology of the pain pathway and describe the main neurotransmitters
  • Recall the three types of pain.
  • Identify how to assess pain in terms of the physiological signs and behavioural signs
  • Recall use of pain scales in the dog and cat.
  • Define multimodal analgesia and pre-emptive analgesia
  • Describe the basic pharmacology for commonly used analgesics, their advantages and disadvantages and important considerations.
  • Select appropriate analgesic agents for different trauma situations.
  • Outline the advantages and disadvantages of two common sedatives and their important considerations.
  • List the advantages and disadvantages of commonly used anaesthetic agents.
  • Recall considerations for anaesthetic drugs based on common emergency presentations and surgeries.

06 - Triage and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
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Key Learning Objectives

  • Identify the important components of a triage assessment
  • Explain the primary triage survey in the initial assessments and stabilisation of cardiovascular, respiratory and neurological parameters
  • Discuss life sustaining interventions and use of point of care diagnostics
  • Explain the secondary triage survey and the assessments required after initial stabilisation
  • List the clinical signs of cardiopulmonary arrest (CPA)
  • Explain basic life support and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
  • Describe CPR  and recommended techniques for chest compressions and ventilatory support
  • Describe monitoring devices used in advanced life support and explain the importance of the main parameters in CPR
  • Identify shockable and non-shockable rhythms in CPR and how to treat these.
  • Expand upon the indications and doses of common medications administered during CPR.

07 - Hematological and Coagulopathy Emergencies
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Key Learning Objectives

  • Explain the cell-based model of coagulation
  • Describe the pathophysiology of primary haemostasis
  • Recall the main disorders of primary haemostasis
  • Identify the clinical signs associated with primary haemostatic disorders
  • Discuss the diagnostic tests and treatments for primary haemostatic disorders
  • Recall the three pathways involved in the coagulation cascade.
  • Identify the clinical signs associated with secondary haemostatic disorders
  • Discuss the diagnostic tests for and treatment of secondary haemostatic disorders
  • Outline the primary mechanisms of anaemia
  • Describe the clinical signs of anaemia
  • Discuss the diagnostic tests for and the treatment of anaemia.

08 - Cardiovascular Emergencies
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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

09 - Respiratory Emergencies
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Key Learning Objectives

  • Define hypoxaemia and its relevance in terms of respiratory physiology
  • Define hypoxia and its 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

10 - Urogenital Emergencies
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Key Learning Objectives

  • Describe the regulation systems of potassium homeostasis
  • List the causes and consequences of hyperkalemia
  • Discuss the treatment and management of hyperkalemia
  • Discuss the causes and consequences of uroabdomen
  • List the tests and procedures used in the diagnosis of uroabdomen
  • Discuss the management and treatment options for uroabdomen
  • Discuss Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD)including the causes, clinical signs and diagnosis
  • Describe the treatment options for FLUTD
  • Discuss acute kidney injury in terms of kidney function and pathophysiological changes
  • List the veterinary staging systems for acute kidney injury
  • Describe the differential diagnosis for acute kidney injury in terms of pre-renal, renal and post-renal causes
  • Discuss the treatment, management and monitoring of acute renal injury

11 - Ophthalmological Emergencies
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Key Learning Objectives

  • Describe how to perform a complete ophthalmic assessment
  • Discuss the ophthalmic assessment in terms of gross examination techniques
  • Discuss the ophthalmic assessments in terms of specialised examination techniques
  • List the required equipment and drugs required for a complete ophthalmic assessment
  • Describe the pathophysiology and clinical signs of the common ophthalmic emergencies below:
  • Discuss the diagnostic workup of the common ophthalmic emergencies below:
  • List the treatment and management of specific ophthalmic conditions below:
    • Corneal ulcer/laceration
    • Descemetocele
    • Uveitis
    • Glaucoma
    • Horner’s Syndrome
    • Proptosis

12 - Neurological Emergencies
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Key Learning Objectives

  • Discuss the functional regions of the brain and their neurological assessments
  • List the localisation of a brain lesion in relation to the assessments and deficits
  • Discuss the functional regions of the spinal cord and their neurological assessments
  • List the localisation of a spinal lesion in relation to the assessments and deficits
  • Describe how to perform a neurological examination
  • Discuss primary and secondary traumatic brain injury including mechanisms of intracranial pressure increases
  • List the clinical assessments for traumatic brain injury including the Modified Glasgow Coma Scale
  • Discuss the tiered  and specific treatments of traumatic brain injury
  • List the diagnostic workup of patients presenting with seizures and status epilepticus
  • Discuss the specific treatments of seizures, including status epilepticus
  • List the diagnostic workup of patients with suspected intracranial disease
  • List the specific treatments meningitis or meningoencephalitis
  • and the breeds  commonly affected

13 - Acute Abdominal Emergencies
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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 Haemorrhagic Diarrhoeic Syndrome - the pathophysiology, clinical signs, 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

14 - Endocrine Emergencies
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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’.

15 - Intoxications
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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 metaldehyde intoxication including the clinical signs, diagnosis, stabilisation, decontamination, specific treatment and monitoring
  • Discuss synthetic pyrethrin intoxication including the clinical signs, diagnosis, stabilisation, decontamination, specific treatment and monitoring
  • Discuss anticoagulant rodenticide intoxication including the clinical signs, diagnosis, stabilisation, decontamination, specific treatment and monitoring
  • Discuss lily plant intoxication including the clinical signs, diagnosis, stabilisation, decontamination, specific treatment and monitoring
  • Discuss non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) intoxication including pathophysiology, clinical signs, diagnosis, stabilisation, decontamination, specific treatment and monitoring
  • Discuss chocolate/caffeine intoxication including the clinical signs, diagnosis, stabilisation, decontamination, specific treatment and monitoring
  • Discuss ‘serotonin syndrome’ including the related drugs, the clinical signs, diagnosis, stabilisation, decontamination, specific treatment and monitoring
  • Discuss ethylene glycol intoxication including the clinical signs, diagnosis, stabilisation, decontamination, specific treatment and monitoring
  • Discuss grape and raisin intoxication including the clinical signs, diagnosis, stabilisation, decontamination, specific treatment and monitoring

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Términos y condiciones de pago

1. Se requiere el pago inicial para garantizar la plaza. El pago puede ser realizado mediante tarjeta de crédito o transferencia bancaria.

2. La opción de pago fraccionado requiere un depósito inicial del 50%, abonado en el momento de la inscripción. La cantidad restante del importe del curso se podrá abonar hasta 2 meses después de la fecha de inicio del mismo.

3. La falta de pago del curso completo en las fechas estipuladas dará lugar a la cancelación de la inscripción y la pérdida del acceso a la plataforma online.

4. Los precios del programa incluyen la inscripción para el examen de la ISVPS.


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Emergencias y cuidados intensivos
¡Regístrate ahora. Acceso inmediato!
Online
15 Módulos
12 meses de acceso a la plataforma online
4 sesiones en directo
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70h CPD
FCert
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Curso disponible íntegramente en inglés

MÉTODOS DE PAGO DISPONIBLES

CURSO ACREDITADO POR:

Este curso le permite obtener un Foundation Certificate.

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