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Icy Hot - Hypo and Hyperthermia

Icy Hot - Hypo and Hyperthermia

Icy Hot - Hypo and Hyperthermia

Brandy Sprunger-Helewa, CVT, RVT, AAS, VTS (ECC) ,
Brandy Sprunger-Helewa, CVT, RVT, AAS, VTS (ECC) ,
on behalf of Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine

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Launch date: 29 Jul 2015

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Last updated: 02 Nov 2016

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Icy Hot - Hypo and Hyperthermia
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Description

Hypo and hyperthermia are commonly seen in emergency practices, whether primary conditions from exposure to the outdoors or secondary to other disease processes, surgery or trauma. While some aspects of their pathophysiology are very similar, others are very unique. Knowing the differences can make patient hospitalization times shorter and recovery much quicker.

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Understand the similarities and different aspects to Hypo and Hyperthermia.
Understand the similarities and different aspects to Hypo and Hyperthermia to make patient hospitalization times shorter and recovery much quicker.
Brandy Sprunger-Helewa, CVT, RVT, AAS, VTS (ECC) ,

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Brandy Sprunger-Helewa, CVT, RVT, AAS, VTS (ECC) ,
on behalf of Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine

Biographical Sketch: Brandy Sprunger-Helewa has been in the veterinary field since 1995. She has worked for zoos, general practices, and has been in emergency/critical care since 2002. She is an Adjunct Instructor for a local Veterinary Technician Program and a Member Services and Continuing Education Representative for the Veterinary Information Network. She has reviewed several textbooks for VSPN and the NAVTA Journal. She has been the State Representative to NAVTA for both Arizona and California, and in 2005, was the Arizona Veterinary Technician of the Year. Despite being a credentialed veterinary technician for over 10 years, she graduated from Mesa Community College with her AAS degree in Veterinary Technology and passed the VTS exam in Emergency in Critical Care in 2012. She provides hands-on labs and lectures for her coworkers and students, and began lecturing nationally in 2012.

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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 Purdue

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