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Best Continuing podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Continuing podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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VETgirl Veterinary Continuing Education Podcasts. With VETgirl, you can learn clinical veterinary medicine with style, passion, and efficiency! VETgirl is designed for veterinary professionals who have time poverty and are on the run. Who has time to read journals or sit through hours of lectures? Download the podcasts you want to listen to, and get clinical tips within just a few minutes of listening! We'll help get you the facts you need in a convenient way! Want more information? Go to Jo ...
 
4.2 Contact Hours; credit available until 08/01/2012. Access Continuing Education, Inc. is approved as a provider of nursing continuing education (provider #09-06-003PR) by the Vermont State Nurses' Association, Inc., which is accredited as an approver of continuing education in nursing by the American Nurses' Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.
 
School safety has long been an issue, but in recent years, with high profile school violence episodes both nationally and internationally, as well as the growing realization that ongoing bullying is highly destructive, the focus on safety has increased.
 
This course is designed to educate participants about the Texas Advance Directive law, including why it was written, its enactment, the safeguards it affords physicians regarding treatment that is deemed medically inappropriate, as well as Memorial Hermanns experience with the law in dealing with actual cases over the past six years. This Continuing Medical Education activity is designed to meet the educational needs of the active general medical staff of the Memorial Hermann Healthcare System.
 
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In today's VETgirl podcast, we interview Amy Newfield, CVT, VTS (ECC) on proper care and maintenance of jugular catheters in veterinary medicine. While central lines are not commonly used in general practice, they are very helpful in the critically ill, emergent patient. In this podcast, we review when to use a jugular catheter over other vascular …
 
In today's VETgirl online veterinary continuing education podcast, we review the cardiorenal and endocrine effects of synthetic canine BNP1-32 in dogs. If you're using pro-BNP to help differentiate pulmonary versus cardiac disease, you need to pay attention. Congestive heart failure (CHF) secondary to myxomatous mitral valve disease (MMVD) in dogs …
 
In today's VETgirl podcast, we interview Amy Newfield, CVT, VTS (ECC) on all you need to know about esophagostomy tube placement in veterinary medicine. What's the best way to secure an e-tube so it doesn't migrate or pull out? What's the length to use for an e-tube, and how do you clean the stoma? Find out some great nutritional nursing care tips …
 
In this VETgirl online veterinary CE podcast, we discuss the prevalence of bacteriuria in dogs with chronic kidney disease (CKD). The ISCAID has recently published their second set of guidelines regarding the treatment of UTIs in dogs and cats (Weese). So, how prevalent are UTIs in dogs with CKD?By Dr. Justine Lee
 
In today's VETgirl online veterinary CE podcast, we review restrictive cardiomyopathy (RCM) in cats. Restrictive cardiomyopathy (RCM) in humans is most classically described as a myocardial disease whereby left ventricular wall thickness is normal, diastolic filling is impaired, and systolic function is affected minimally or not at all. There is si…
 
In this VETgirl online veterinary CE podcast, Amy Newfield, CVT, VTS (ECC) reviews how to take special care of our senior, geriatric veterinary patients. Keep in mind some of our patients may be suffering from osteoarthritis, sensory deterioration (e.g., blindness, hearing loss, etc.), and cognitive dysfunction and may need some extra time and TLC.…
 
In this VETgirl veterinary continuing education blog, Jeannine Moga, LSW, Chief Happiness Officer of VETgirl, reviews how we can prepare for the "long race" and survive everything right now. If you feeling like you're running on fumes, learn how to adjust for the long race in this VETgirl podcast blog.…
 
In today's VETgirl online veterinary continuing education podcast, we review the use of lidocaine for chemical cardioversion of AV tachycardia in dogs. Accessory pathways (APs) refer to interruptions of the normal fibrous band that forms the junction between the atria and ventricles (AV junction). Such pathways generally consist of myocardial cells…
 
In today's VETgirl online veterinary continuing education podcast, we interview Schwanda Flowers on what you need to know when it comes to financial solutions for veterinary professionals. Interested in buying a veterinary practice? Not sure where to start? Not sure how to find the right business partner? Tune in to learn more about small business …
 
In this VETgirl online veterinary continuing education podcast, Rachel Poulin, RVT, VTS talks about how to empower veterinary technicians to have the conversation and deal with client pushback. Learn how you can empower your veterinary technicians to educate the public, leading to greater efficiency for the team.…
 
In today's VETgirl podcast, we review the use of apomorphine as an emetic for treating gastric foreign body ingestions. In full disclosure, VETgirl loves to puke stuff, so keep that in mind. Apomorphine, a commonly used emetic agent in dogs, is generally a very safe, effective (>90%) emetic used for the poisoned patient. BTW, we don't use it much i…
 
In this VETgirl online veterinary continuing education podcast, VETgirl's Chief Happiness Officer, Jeannine Moga, MA, MSW, LCSW, clinical veterinary social worker, discusses veterinary professionals should handle the anxiety and stress of COVID19.By Dr. Justine Lee
 
In today's VETgirl podcast, we interview Amy Newfield, CVT, VTS (ECC) on what it means to go needle-free in veterinary medicine. If you're not using needle-free extension sets or needle-free valves in your clinic, tune in! In this VETgirl podcast, learn what the different types of needle-free valves are, and what the clinical benefits are of these …
 
In today's VETgirl online veterinary CE podcast, Amy Newfield, CVT, VTS (ECC) of VETgirl reviews a blood work “cheatsheat” for veterinary technicians and veterinary assistants. As veterinary staff are typically running the clinical pathology machines, they must be aware of key abnormalities and how to interpret them (and know when to promptly notif…
 
In today's VETgirl veterinary CE podcast, we interview Dr. Zachary Niman, DVM, DACVIM (Neurology) from MedVet on all things neurology. What's the classic signalment of an idiopathic epileptic cat or dog? How do I localize that lesion in the ataxic patient? Learn it here in this VETgirl podcast!By Dr. Justine Lee
 
In today's VETgirl online veterinary continuing education podcast, we interview Dr. Nyssa Reine-Salz, DVM, DACVIM on the primary urethral sphincter mechanism incompetence (USMI), otherwise known as spay incontinence. What treat options are out there for this very common problem?By Dr. Justine Lee
 
In today's VETgirl online veterinary continuing education podcast, we review the incidence of bacteriuria in cats with urethral obstructions (UO). Unfortunately UOs are both a common and potentially life-threatening condition in our feline patients. The fundamental treatment principles for feline UOs include relieving the obstruction via urethral c…
 
In today's VETgirl podcast, we interview Amy Newfield, CVT, VTS (ECC) on what you need to know about nasoesophageal (NE) / nasogastric (NG) feeding tubes. First, who should put them in (e.g., veterinarian? veterinary nurse?)? What size and length should you pick? Do you need to use a stylet or sedation? What are the contraindications for placing an…
 
In this VETgirl online veterinary CE podcast, we interview Sarah Von Bargen, writer, coach and educator at YesandYes.org. Sarah helps people spend their time, money and energy on purpose. She works from home and provides some great advice on how to survive working from home during this quarantine from COVID-19.…
 
In today's VETgirl online veterinary CE podcast, Amy Newfield, CVT, VTS (ECC) of VETgirl, reviews a veterinary technician's role during cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in veterinary medicine. Learn the updates on RECOVER and how vital the role of the veterinary technician/nurse is during CPR.By Dr. Justine Lee
 
In this VETgirl online veterinary continuing education podcast, we review anticoagulant rodenticide (ACR) toxicity in cats. First off, let's have a quick refresher on ACRs in our small animal patients! Remember that ACRs interfere with the production of clotting factors II, VII, IX, and X by inhibiting an enzyme called vitamin K1 epoxide reductase …
 
In this VETgirl online veterinary continuing education podcast, we review the clinical features of steroid-responsive meningitis-arteritis (SRMA) in dogs. First of all, let's have a quick refresher on what SRMA actually is! You may know this condition by another name, such as beagle pain syndrome, necrotizing vasculitis, or juvenile polyarteritis s…
 
In this VETgirl online veterinary continuing education podcast, we review urinary tract infections (UTIs) caused by Candida in dogs and cats. You may recall that Candida species are fungal organisms that form either small yeasts or pseudohyphae (Pappas). While typically considered a commensal organism, Candida can cause disease when normal host def…
 
In this VETGirl podcast, we review complications associated with esophagostomy feeding tube (E-tube) placement in cats and dogs. E-tubes are relatively quick and straightforward to place, which makes them a common procedure in small animal medicine. They are incredibly useful for providing nutritional support, hydration, and administering medicatio…
 
In today's VETgirl podcast, we interview Amy Newfield, CVT, VTS (ECC) on the importance of a closed urinary collection system (UCS). Can you use old sterile IV bags, or can they pose a threat to contamination? What's the significance of the anti-reflux valve (e.g., one way valve) in a UCS, and how should I maintain a UCS in the veterinary clinic?…
 
In today's VETgirl online veterinary continuing education podcast, we discuss dosing intervals for desoxycorticosterone pivalate, better known as DOCP, in dogs with hypoadrenocorticism (more commonly called Addison's disease). As many of you have likely experienced, the cost of DOCP can be quite high, particularly for our larger patients.…
 
In today's VETgirl online veterinary continuing education podcast, we review the use of telmisartan AGAIN. Just so you don't think you're losing it, we previously discussed telmisartan back a few months ago, but wanted to discuss a similar study but by a different author. And that's because yes -; hypertension is just that common in geriatric cats!…
 
In today's VETgirl online veterinary CE podcast, we interview Dr. Emi Barker, BSc(RVC), BVSc(Bristol), PhD(Bristol), DipECVIM-CA from Bristol Veterinary School on Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP). What causes FIP, and what cats get it? How do we veterinarians diagnose it, and is there a treatment or cure in the future?…
 
In today's VETgirl online veterinary CE podcast, we interview Dr. Sheri Ross, DVM, PhD, DACVIM, the Coordinator of Hemodialysis/ Nephrology/Urology at the University of California Veterinary Medical Center -; San Diego on Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD) in cats. Should we be prescribing antimicrobials? What do we do to work up FLUTD? Wha…
 
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