Type Audience Credits Price
On Demand
Veterinary Techs
Veterinary Staff
This is the 9th Course in the Emergency and Critical Care Program!
ECC-9 Course Description:  
Cardiopulmonary arrest is a stressful event for all veterinary medical health professionals. This course offers clinicians and technicians a compact summary of current RECOVER CPR guidelines and will cover how to prepare the health care team for cardiopulmonary resuscitation, how to recognize the patient in need for CPR and how to perform basic and advanced life support. During this talk, we will also highlight basic physiologic principles behind CPR recommendations.
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Karin Unger, DVM
Emergency and Critical Care Resident
College of Veterinary Medicine
Washington State University
Supporting Faculty Member
Linda Martin, DVM, MS, DACVECC
Associate Professor
College of Veterinary Medicine
Washington State University
  1. Dr. Karin Unger graduated from the University of Veterinary Medicine in Vienna, Austria in 2011. After working in private practice for 3 years, she pursued advanced training in Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care through internships in Europe and the United States. She is currently in her final year of an Emergency and Critical Care residency at the Washington State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital. Her clinical and research interests include sepsis, electrolyte disorders, and cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Dr. Unger is a RECOVER Certified Rescuer in Basic and Advanced Life Support.
  2. Dr. Linda Martin is an Associate Professor at Washington State University (WSU) and established the Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care Service in 2013. She is a graduate of Colorado State University, where she also completed her residency. She was in private practice at an emergency and multispecialty hospital in Denver, CO and was also a faculty member at Auburn University before coming to WSU. She has served as a member of the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Board of Regents and is the Past President of the Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society.  She has authored over 100 publications (including journal articles, book chapters, conference proceedings, and abstracts) and has lectured extensively at international, national, and regional meetings.  Her research interests include the role of critical illness on the pituitary-adrenal axis, fluid therapy, and electrolyte disorders.
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