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    Urgency in Emergency - 2005

    Post Graduate Foundation in Veterinary Science, University of Sydney.

    The emergency medicine course was held in Sydney in February 2005 with over 300 people attending. The list of speakers included international speakers Dr Steve Haskins, Dr Kate Hopper and Dr Phillip Watts and numerous Australian speakers.

    Contents include:
    • principles of emergency medicine
    • defining the surgical emergency
    • triage - initial patient assessment
    • cardiopulmonary resusicitation
    • transfusion therapy
    • pain and analgesia
    • the painful abdomen
    • imaging the painful abdomen and the compromised chest
    • the emergency laparotomy
    • anaesthesia agents and the critical patient
    • management of snake envenomations
    • anaesthetic management of specific diseases
    • respiratory distress
    • emergency procedures for respiratory management
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    • orthopaedic emergencies
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