Develop your knowledge and understanding of nasal oxygen administration in horses. This is a one-part course that can also be taken as part of the Equine critical care course bundle.
This module looks at requirements, preparation, procedure, aftercare and outcome of nasal oxygen administration, including:
Overview – uses, advantages, disadvantages, technical problems, alternative techniques, time required, and decision taking.
Requirements – personnel, material required, and other requirements.
Preparation – pre-medication, dietary preparation, site preparation, other preparation, and restraint.
Procedure – approach, core procedure, and exit.
Aftercare – monitoring, general care, analgesia, antimicrobial therapy, wound protection, special precautions, potential complication, and long term aftercare.
Outcomes – complications, reasons for treatment failure, and prognosis.
Support and Resources
This online module includes an e-Book with content from Vetstream's Vetlexicon Equis followed by a quiz leading to a personalized certificate. Written by some of the world's leading veterinarians, ensuring accuracy and depth of content.
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This module is worth approximately 60 minutes of CPD.