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Small Animal CPR - New Guidelines from the RECOVER Initiative

Small Animal CPR - New Guidelines from the RECOVER Initiative

Small Animal CPR - New Guidelines from the RECOVER Initiative

Tony Johnson, DVM
Tony Johnson, DVM
on behalf of Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine

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Launch date: 29 Jul 2015

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Last updated: 25 Sep 2017

Reference: 158440

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Small Animal CPR - New Guidelines from the RECOVER Initiative
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Description

CPR is often futile with survival to discharge rates hovering at less than 10% for veterinary patients. Nonetheless, it is not going to go away, so knowing what to do is important. The RECOVER initiative was just completed and offers up evidence-based guidelines for doing the best CPR you can. This session will review the large-scale study and provide tips and advice on proper technique.

Objectives

To understand the RECOVER initiative and proper technique for small animal CPR
To understand the RECOVER initiative and proper technique for small animal CPR
Tony Johnson, DVM

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Tony Johnson, DVM
on behalf of Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine

Dr. Tony Johnson, DVM, DACVECC, is a 1996 Washington State University grad and obtained board certification in the shadowy art of emergency medicine and critical care in 2003. He is currently the Minister of Happiness for VIN and is a former clinical assistant professor at Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine. He has lectured for several international veterinary conferences and is an active blogger and writer. He used to live in a converted one-room schoolhouse in the middle of a cornfield, but has since taken up occupancy in a normal house in a normal neighborhood with very little corn. He has three young kids and a beautiful wife named Gretchen, who is also a veterinary emergency and critical care specialist. His animal family consists of: Cupid – formerly shot with an arrow, now a feline meatloaf; Crispy – formerly set on fire, now rules with a furry feline iron fist; and canine Rocco, missing a leg from a Buick-induced injury. The chickens are Uno, Rosita, and Carlita, and he plans on naming his next chicken Omelet. He has lost count of how many fish they have, and believes it is in the low double digits. In his spare time he enjoys sleeping, eating and breathing with occasional forays into woodworking, cooking, wine, reading and writing (but not arithmetic).

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

  • University Accredited Veterinary CE
  • 1.00 Hours -
    Reference number: 240202

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