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IVECCS 2017 MDR: Venous Function

IVECCS 2017 MDR: Venous Function

IVECCS 2017 MDR: Venous Function

Bernie Hansen, DVM, MS, DACVECC, DACVIM (Internal Medicine)
Bernie Hansen, DVM, MS, DACVECC, DACVIM (Internal Medicine)
on behalf of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society

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Launch date: 23 Jan 2018
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Last updated: 23 May 2019

Reference: 186174

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Latest User Comments

Ms Emily Chryst (9 Jul 2018)
Great detail, clinically relevant information
Dr Robert Clipsham DVM, PhD (7 Apr 2019)
great mechanistic explanation of hemodynamics during various critical care scenarios.
Aimee Daniel (6 Jul 2018)
Very in depth.

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Course Availability

This course is only available to trainees days after purchase. It would need to be repurchased by the trainee if not completed in the allotted time period. This course is no longer available. You will need to repurchase if you wish to take the course again.

Description

This presentation reviews the physiology of venous function in health and illness.

Objectives

Course Objectives
- Describe how veins function as an ideal blood reservoir system.
- Define mean circulatory filling pressure
- Define stressed and unstressed blood volumes
- Describe the factors that determine blood flow to the heart
- Describe the role of the splanchnic circulation in maintenance of cardiac output during exercise or hemorrhage
- Describe the effects of intravenous fluids, blood, inodilator drugs, and pressor agents on the relationships between venous return and cardiac output function curves.
Bernie Hansen, DVM, MS, DACVECC, DACVIM (Internal Medicine)

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Bernie Hansen, DVM, MS, DACVECC, DACVIM (Internal Medicine)
on behalf of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society

Associate Professor DVM, MS, DACVECC, DACVIM (Internal Medicine) DVM - Purdue 1980 MS - OSU 1988 Interest areas - management of acute pain, sepsis, fluid and acid-base physiology

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • AAVSB-Registry of Approved Continuing Education (RACE)
  • 1.00 Hours -
    Exam Attempts: 3
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    Exam Pass Rate: 70

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User Reviews (13)

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Ms Emily Chryst (9 Jul 2018)
Great detail, clinically relevant information
Dr Robert Clipsham DVM, PhD (7 Apr 2019)
great mechanistic explanation of hemodynamics during various critical care scenarios.
Aimee Daniel (6 Jul 2018)
Very in depth.
Ms Courtney Olson (6 Feb 2019)
It was a great lecture. There were several points where him pointing at sections would have been better. There were certain areas I wish he would have given the version he did but also explain it in a simpler way.
Dr Michael Forrester (31 Jan 2019)
During the lecture, Dr. Hansen's audio in several instances indicated he was pointing out items on slides. None of these were seen in the on-line course.
Dr Lori Winkler DVM (30 Jul 2018)
Very informative about how the venous system maintains pressure and physiologic effects of various real life problems and treatments. This is an area that requires a lot of thought for me to follow all the graphs, but I definitely appreciated the graphs, explanations and applications to fluid therapy in daily practice.
Dr Hans Larsen (30 Dec 2018)
Good information. Very helpful. Some of the additional information (visual display/interaction) is missed in the online version verses the live/classroom presentation.
(26 Nov 2018)
Excellent review
Dr Otimize Masagbor (24 Feb 2019)
It gave me a better understanding on the CVP amd systemic filling pressure a simplied approach
Atalla Ishak (16 Aug 2018)
GOOD COURSE
Dr Linda Harbeck (14 Dec 2018)
Interesting
Dr Katie Atkinson (11 Oct 2018)
Slightly hard to follow, but very informative .
Benjamin Dick (11 Jun 2018)
Very in depth.

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