The Low-down on Getting Low: Combating Intraoperative Hypotension

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Review this on-demand lecture to learn more about the anesthetist’s role in understanding factors that lead to hypotension, how to measure blood pressure, and how to properly address hypotension under anesthesia.
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Quality of Life and Euthanasia: The art of the difficult conversation

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Watch this on-demand recording to learn more about navigating difficult conversations with clients.
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Don't take my breath away: Anesthesia for Patients with Respiratory Disorders

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This on-demand seminar on "Managing Patients with Respiratory Disorders" involves a brief review of canine/feline respiratory anatomy and physiology, including oxygenation and ventilation.
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From home to the veterinary clinic and back – minimizing feline stress in the perianesthetic period

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This on-demand webinar focuses on a cats experience from home to the veterinary clinic and back with an emphasis on minimizing feline stress in the peri-anesthetic period.
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Anesthesia for The Emergency Patient

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Review this on-demand recording to learn more about anesthesia for emergency patients
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Alfaxalone for Exotic Pets

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View this on-demand recording of Alfaxalone for Exotic Pets. Anesthesia in exotic companion mammals has advanced significantly from historic lab animal protocols using fewer agents at high dosages.
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Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff: When Not to Panic During Anesthesia

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Don’t panic, this on-demand presentation will review clinical situations when anesthetists may panic but may not be that big of a concern.
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Tricks of the Trade - Anesthesia & Emergency

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This on-demand, presentation provides real-life insights to simplifying frequently encountered difficulties involving emergency and anesthetic procedures.
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Think Anesthesia: Peri-Anesthetic Drug Interactions

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This lecture reviews common drugs administered during the peri-anesthetic period that can be influenced by the concurrent administration of other drugs. The two broad classifications of drug interactions are in vitro (outside the patient) or in vivo (inside the patient).
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Think Anesthesia: Interpreting ECGs

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This presentation on ECG interpretation provides the audience an interactive opportunity to review proper lead placement on the anesthetized patient to obtain a Lead II ECG.
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Think Anesthesia: Fluid Therapy for the Surgical Patient

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This lecture details fluid therapy for a variety of patients seen in a hospital setting. The learning objectives for this course include: review of physiology of fluids within the body, fluid therapy options, the decision-making process for choosing and using different fluids available (fluid type, fluid rate, fluid volume), fluid therapy as it pertains to blood pressure, and identifying complications associated with incorrect fluid use.
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Dog Shelter

Connecting the Dots Between Shelter and General Practice Anesthesia

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Watch our expert panel discussion on Connecting the Dots Between Shelter and General Practice Anesthesia. Our panelists, Dr. Erin Katribe, Dr. Emily McCobb, DACVAA, and Dr. Sadie Scott have dedicated their veterinary careers to providing care, and second chances, to the nation’s homeless pet population.
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Think Anesthesia: The Anesthetic Process

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The Anesthetic Process, is our foundational presentation that details the steps considered when preparing and performing anesthesia on a patient. The webinar will address patient assessment and planning period, premedication, induction, maintenance and recovery, current methods of monitoring anesthesia, and drugs used in the peri-anesthetic period. This presentation embraces the philosophy that anesthesia starts and ends at home for the patient.
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Think Anesthesia®: Anesthesia and the GI Tract

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Think Anesthesia®: Anesthesia and the GI Tract details anesthesia and its effects on the gastrointestinal system. Within this RACE approved 1 hour, on-demand webinar, we identify symptoms and complications of anesthetic associated gastrointestinal disorders (GID) including gastroesophageal reflux, regurgitation, vomiting, and diarrhea.
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Think Anesthesia®: The Top Five Anesthetic Complications

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Are you confident in recognizing and treating common anesthetic complications? Would you like further understanding of causes, risks, and management approaches for anesthetic complications in your patients?
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The Efficacy and Safety of the Injectable Anesthetic Tiletamine-Zolazepam in Dogs and Cats

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The webinar, The Efficacy and Safety of the Injectable Anesthetic Tiletamine-Zolazepam in Dogs and Cats, reviews Zoletil™ (tiletamine and zolazepam) for Injection, an effective and dependable, low volume injectable anesthetic for your healthy dog or cat procedures. By the end of this presentation viewers will be confident that Zoletil, when used properly, can assist in providing predictable, effective anesthesia in healthy patient populations.
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Local Regional

Think Anesthesia®: Local-Regional Analgesic Options

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Think Anesthesia®: Local-Regional Analgesia Options complements our Non-Schedule II Systemic Analgesic Options presentation by discussing how local-regional techniques provide analgesia along the pain pathway, the various local anesthetics and adjunctive medications used in these applications, along with detailed descriptions.
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Alfaxan IDX

Think Anesthesia: FDA Indexed Alfaxalone Use in Minor Species

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Alfaxan® Multidose IDX (alfaxalone 10 mg/mL) is an Indexed sedative and anesthetic for use in over 50 non-food-producing minor species. This webinar, Think Anesthesia®: FDA Approved Alfaxalone Use in Minor Species presented by Dr. Kirby Pasloske DACVCP, MANZCVSc, briefly outlines the Indexing process, reviews the smart chemistry and composition of the Alfaxan® Multidose IDX formulation, categorically outlines the major species groups included on the label, and discusses Alfaxan® Multidose IDX breadth of dosages and routes of administration. Finally, there is discussion on the unique challenges of monitoring sedation and anesthesia in some of these minor species. Upon completion, participants will understand the unprecedented scope of Alfaxan® Multidose IDX’s Indexing label, and its clinical application in a vast range of minor non-food producing species. This presentation is RACE-approved for 1 CE credit for both veterinarians and technicians. A short quiz will follow the webinar and is required to receive a continuing education certificate.
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Alfaxalone: An Update in the Advancement of Injectable Anesthesia

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Jurox is excited to present an update on the safety, versatility, and reliability of alfaxalone as an intravenous anesthetic agent for cats and dogs. This update contains information on the new Alfaxan Multidose and its clinical application.
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Think Anesthesia®: Anesthesia for Geriatrics

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Upon completion, the veterinary professional should be able to develop a suitable anesthetic plan for the geriatric patient. This involves understanding physiological changes of ageing, the performance of a thorough patient assessment, appropriate drug and fluid selection, risk mitigation planning, and vigilant, responsive monitoring.
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Think Anesthesia: Non-Schedule II Systemic, Analgesic Options

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This webinar reviews the importance of analgesia as part of a balanced anesthetic plan. Non-Schedule II Systemic Analgesic Options is the first part of a two-part series providing the veterinary professional with effective analgesic plans that do not involve the use of full agonist opioids.
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Balancing Anesthesia and Common Co-Morbidities

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This webinar, Balancing Anesthesia and Common Co-Morbidities focuses on patients presenting with common co-morbidities including cardiovascular, respiratory, hepatic, renal, endocrine, and neurological diseases. The objectives of this presentation include understanding a concurrent disease’s influence on patient preparation, anesthetic drug selection and monitoring during anesthesia.
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Alfaxalone in the Emergency Room

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In this webinar we use case-based discussion with alfaxalone to review best practices of sedation and anesthesia. Some case examples include urinary obstruction, gastric dilatation and volvulus and dystocia.
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Canine Dental

Anesthesia for Dentistry

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Participants will become familiar with the dental blocks including the ability to select the correct dental block, identifying landmarks to perform these blocks and familiarity with the techniques required to place these blocks. 
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Capnograph

Respiratory Monitoring

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This webinar reviews how to properly perform capnography including identifying and troubleshooting abnormal waveforms.
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Pediatrics

Pregnancy, C-Sections and Pediatrics

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A detailed review on the physiological impact of pregnancy on a patient requiring anesthesia, options for the anesthetic plan for patients that require C-section, review of neonatal resuscitation techniques as well as considerations for pediatric patients requiring anesthesia.
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Cardiovascular Monitoring

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The presentation focuses on conducting, measuring and evaluating electrocardiography (ECG) and blood pressure. Special attention will be given to selecting and applying the right equipment to obtain accurate waveforms and identifying abnormal waveforms. Causes and treatments of abnormal ECGs and blood pressure measurements will also be covered.
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An Evidence Based Comparison: Alfaxalone versus Propofol

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This presentation provides an evidence- based approach comparing the pharmacological properties and clinical utility of alfaxalone and propofol. Comparisons of the two injectable anesthetics will be made within healthy patients and patients with co-morbidities.
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Think Anesthesia: Premedication

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This presentation reviews the pharmacology and effects of medications used commonly as anesthetic premedications.
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Think Anesthesia: Monitoring

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This presentation will review the tools available for monitoring your anesthetised companion animals.
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