Sepsis in Dogs & Cats - More Than an Infection! | Centre for Veterinary Education

Sepsis in Dogs & Cats - More Than an Infection!

As our understanding of sepsis grows we now recognise that clinically this process involves far more than just a bacteraemia.

Early intervention increases the likelihood of a positive outcome in patients with sepsis. This podcast will examine the common causes and consequences of sepsis in small animals. It will outline an approach to early recognition and management of affected patients.

Learning Outcomes

By successfully completing this course, you will:

  • To identify patients at risk and recognize early signs of sepsis
  • Understand the consequences and complications of sepsis
  • Develop a rational approach to management of septic patients

PodcastPLUS

Thursday 20 July - Thursday 3 August 2017
Delivered Online
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Speaker/s

BSc(vet) BVSc MVetStud FANZCVS

Following graduation from the University of Sydney Jo worked for a number of years in general small animal practice in Sydney during which time she developed an interest in medicine and critical care. After completing an internship in small animal medicine at UVTHS she joined the anaesthesia department as a clinical registrar allowing her to hone her skills and knowledge in critical care medicine. Jo then returned to UVTHS medicine department to complete a residency in small animal medicine and is currently employed as a Lecturer in this subject. Whilst at the UVTHS Jo has completed a Masters in Veterinary Studies. She is a fellow of the Small Animal Medicine and a member and Emergency & Critical Care Chapters of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists. She is interested in all areas of internal medicine, particularly infectious disease, haematology and critical illness and is currently undertaking a PhD investigating feline breed susceptibility to infection with environmental fungi.


Course Fees

Member TypePodcastPlus
Member*Free
eMember$30
Non-member$60
*Members include: Practice, Professional, Part-time, Recent Graduate, Academic and Student members

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