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ECC-6: Approach to Arrhythmias and ECG Interpretation in the Emergency Room

Type Audience Credits Price
Webinar
Veterinarians
Veterinary Techs
Veterinary Staff
1.0
$25.00
This is the Sixth Course in the Emergency and Critical Care Program!
 
Live Webinar: Wed, September 16, 2020 at 6:00PM PT
 
Course Description:
When you are working as an emergency clinician, you frequently encounter arrhythmias. When you see arrhythmias on your ECG monitor, it can be pretty scary. You start thinking that your patient will die soon.  You want to intervene to reverse the arrhythmia, but often times you don’t know what to do. Actually some arrhythmias don’t need any treatment at all even though They look really scary on your monitoring machine.
 
This course will cover the more common arrhythmias you can see in your practice. It will also cover which arrhythmias need immediate intervention or need no intervention at all.  Treatment of arrhythmias will also be discussed.
 
This course will not only be helpful to the emergency veterinarian but also to the general practitioner as arrhythmias can occur in many situations!
 
To register for this Webinar you will need to select "Add to Cart" at the bottom of the screen.  Next you will be taken to the “Shopping Cart” where you will need to select the orange button that says “Proceed to checkout”. Once you have paid, instructions for the webinar will be posted in MyDashboardhttps://apps.vetmed.wsu.edu/CVME/my-dashboard.
 
 
Instructor
Marie Min, DVM, MS
Emergency and Critical Care Intern
College of Veterinary Medicine
Washington State University
Supporting Faculty Member
Lynne Nelson, DVM, MS
Professor Cardiology, Diplomate ACVIM
College of Veterinary Medicine
Washington State University
 
Biographies: 
  1. Dr. Marie Min received her DVM in 2012 from Konkuk University, South Korea.  She also went on to get her MS in Small Animal Internal Medicine from Konkuk University and graduated in 2014. Thereafter she worked at several referral hospitals in Korea after getting master’s degree.  Dr. Min moved to the palouse and started an Emergency and Critical Care internship at the Washington State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital in June 2019.
  2. Dr. Lynne Nelson is ACVIM-board certified in Internal Medicine and Cardiology specialties. She is currently a Professor of Cardiology at Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine and directs the hospital’s Cardiology Service. The Cardiology Services receives patients from the Pacific Northwest and Western Canada.  Dr. Nelson was awarded WSVMA’s Faculty of the Year in 2018 for service to clients and referring veterinarians of Washington State.  Dr. Nelson studies underlying mechanisms of heart failure by comparing heart disease in multiple species such as dogs, cats, bears and ground squirrels.
 
NOTE:
It is the responsibility of each participant to determine if online courses are accepted for CE credit by their State Licensing Board. 
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