Alfaxalone in the Emergency Room

In emergency medicine we admit a wide variety of patients who have experienced trauma or who have disease processes that significantly interrupt normal physiological processes. Many of these patients require sedation or anesthesia to perform diagnostics or provide appropriate treatment. 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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