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Uma via direta para acelerares a tua aprendizagem

O programa de Urgências Veterinárias Accelerared Learning foi desenvolvido para médicos veterinários que pretendem aumentar os seus conhecimentos e confiança no atendimento a pacientes em estado crítico.

O programa de Urgências Veterinárias Accelerared Learning foi originalmente desenvolvido pelo nosso parceiro australiano, o Animal Emergency Service (AES), com o objetivo de melhorar a confiança e as competências dos novos membros da sua equipa médica no que toca ao atendimento de situações de urgência. O AES é um grupo hospitalar reconhecido em toda a Austrália pela qualidade dos serviços médicos e de cuidados intensivos que prestam a animais de companhia e pela sua expertise na área de urgência veterinária. Concebido pelos veterinários mais experimentes do AES, este curso é o resultado de vários anos de desenvolvimento e aperfeiçoamento, com conteúdos atualizados e relevantes na área. O programa abrange os fundamentos da prática de urgências, inclui a análise de casos clínicos comuns e é adequado para responder às perguntas mais frequentes.

Todas as semanas terás disponível online um novo módulo sobre tópicos relevantes de urgências veterinárias, que incluem fisiopatologia, diagnóstico, gestão e tratamentos mais recentes. Cada módulo inclui acesso a recursos de aprendizagem variados, como apresentações, apontamentos e diferentes exercícios. Poderás ainda usufruir de 4 sessões em live streaming ao longo da tua subscrição de 12 meses, cada uma com um especialista de renome em urgências veterinárias. Este programa dá-te acesso a um Foundation Certificate, atribuído pela ISVPS.

Começa já a aprender ao teu próprio ritmo – poderás inscrever-te em qualquer momento do programa e aceder 24 horas por dia, 7 dias por semana.


Este programa inclui:

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15 módulos variados

Desenvolvidos por veterinários com vasta experiência clínica de renome mundial para aprofundares temas chave na área das urgências veterinárias.

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Fórum de discussão

Um fórum de discussão exclusivo para conversar, debater e partilhar casos com os restantes participantes.

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Um módulo por semana

Permitindo-te completar o curso mais rapidamente e aplicar os conhecimentos adquiridos de forma imediata.

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100% online

Acesso disponível 24 horas por dia, 7 dias por semana, onde quer que estejas, utilizando o computador, tablet ou smartphone.

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Módulos interativos e apelativos

Que te permitirão assimilar os diferentes materiais de aprendizagem num ambiente online.

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1 ano de acesso ilimitado

Dando-te a possibilidade de reveres os diferentes conteúdos disponíveis e de aprenderes ao teu próprio ritmo.

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Sessões em live streaming com especialistas em urgências veterinárias

Acesso a uma sessão live a cada 3 meses para te ajudar a esclarecer dúvidas e aprofundar os teus conhecimentos.

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Recursos de aprendizagem variados

Apresentações, notas escritas, questionários interativos e exercícios que te permitirão testar os teus conhecimentos.

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Subscrição aberta

Sem data de início fixa, inscreve-te quando quiseres e aprende ao teu próprio ritmo.

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Networking

Acede a uma rede mundial de profissionais veterinários que partilham as mesmas áreas de interesse.

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Detalhes do programa:

Resumo dos módulos
  1. Análise Ácido-Base e Gases Sanguíneos
  2. Choque e Fluidoterapia
  3. Eletrólitos
  4. Patologia Clínica e Ecografia
  5. Anestesia e Analgesia
  6. Triagem e Ressuscitação CP
  7. Urgências Hematológicas e Coagulopatias
  8. Urgências Cardiovasculares
  9. Urgências Respiratórias
  10. Urgências Urogenitais
  11. Urgências Oftalmológicas
  12. Urgências Neurológicas
  13. Urgências Abdominais
  14. Urgências Endócrinas
  15. Intoxicações
Oradores e responsáveis pelo desenvolvimento do programa
  • Dr Rob Webster BVSc (Hons) FANZCVS (Emergency and Critical Care)
  • Dr Gerardo 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
  • Dr Vanessa Grose BVSc
  • Dr Emily Ireland BVSc MANZCVS (Emergency & Critical Care)
Qualificações

A formação Accelerated Learning em Urgências Veterinárias oferece-te a possibilidade de obteres uma qualificação reconhecida.

Foundation Certificate (FCert)

Após completares o programa poderás candidatar-te ao título FCert atribuído pela International School of Veterinary Postgraduate Studies (ISVPS).

O curso inclui

O preço do programa inclui as taxas de registo e o exame ISVPS. Os participantes terão também acesso à plataforma e a todos os conteúdos do curso durante 12 meses.

Accelerated Emergency Program
Inscreve-te agora e tem acesso imediato
15 Módulos
12 meses de acesso à plataforma online
4 Live Sessions
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70h CPD
FCert
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Curso disponibilizado integralmente em língua inglesa

CURSO ACREDITADO POR

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01 - Acid Base and Blood Gas Analysis
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Key Learning Objectives

 

  • Outline the steps involved in the identification and interpretation of acid base disorders
  • Identify one of four primary disorders and any compensatory mechanisms or secondary disorders.
  • List the causes of respiratory acidosis, respiratory alkalosis, metabolic acidosis and metabolic alkalosis
  • Calculate the anion gap and use it to identify causes of metabolic acidosis
  • Describe the management of acidaemia and alkalaemia.
  • Discuss the physiology of lactate production, its use as a marker of perfusion and the relationship to base excess (BE).
  • Describe the pathophysiology underlying the two main types of hyperlactataemia and other potential causes
  • Outline oxygenation in terms of arterial blood oxygen (PaO2), ventilation, perfusion and V/Q mismatch
  • Recall the physiological causes of low blood oxygen (hypoxaemia) and disease processes causing hypoxemia.
  • Calculate the adequacy of oxygenation using the P:F ratio and A-A Gradient
  • Describe the assessment of ventilation in relation to PCO2 and the 120 rule

 

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
  • 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, dehydration correction and treatment of circulatory shock
  • 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 indications for bolus and 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 normal reference ranges for each electrolyte
  • Recall the common causes of abnormal decreases in each electrolytes
  • Recall the common causes of abnormal increases in each electrolytes
  • Describe the common clinical signs and pathological changes seen with derangements of each electrolytes
  • Recognise severity of clinical signs in relation to extent of electrolyte derangement
  • Discuss hypernatremia and hyponatremia in terms of volume status
  • 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
  • Describe focused echocardiography and it’s uses

 

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, diagnostic tests, 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 , 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

 

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 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

 

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 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

 

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4. Os preços do programa incluem o registo no exame da ISVPS.


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Accelerated Emergency Program
Inscreve-te agora e tem acesso imediato
15 Módulos
12 meses de acesso à plataforma online
4 Live Sessions
}
70h CPD
FCert
w
Curso disponibilizado integralmente em língua inglesa

MÉTODOS DE PAGAMENTO DISPONÍVEIS

CURSO ACREDITADO POR

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