Online Seminar: Early Stages of Burn Injury Management
CVMA Online Seminars are convenient interactive presentations offering CEUs held online in real time. This learning platform allows you to participate from anywhere with internet access—from your practice, your home, on a business trip, or on vacation. Attending is as easy as a few mouse clicks. You will only need internet access and either an audio headset, computer audio, or a telephone.
This seminar is open to veterinarians, veterinary technicians, and hospital staff only.
The injuries associated with burns and smoke inhalation can be devastating and require extensive and expensive treatment. Multi-organ dysfunction is common. Infection can occur whether or not the wounds were contaminated at presentation and may be life-threatening (i.e., necrotizing fasciitis). Severe burn wounds are difficult to treat and carry high morbidity and mortality rates. Smoke inhalation may require life supportive care such as mechanical ventilation. However, aggressive and decisive management of burns and smoke inhalation can save lives. This talk offers a concise review of the assessment and treatment of fire-associated wounds.
Seminar participants will receive 1.5 units of CE credit.
After completing both her DVM and MPVM degrees at UC Davis and her small animal internship in San Diego, Dr. Black went east to train in the field of veterinary emergency and critical care medicine at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. She is a board-certified emergency and critical care specialist. Her special areas of interest include respiratory diseases, coagulation disorders, and antimicrobial therapy. Dr. Black is widely published and speaks frequently on emergency and critical care topics.
Dates and Times
Wednesday, May 1, 2019 | 5:30 p.m. – 6:45 p.m.
Tuesday, May 14, 2019 | 12:30 p.m. – 1:45 p.m.
RVT/Veterinary Staff: $40
DVM/RVT Student: $25
RVT/Veterinary Staff: $80
DVM/RVT Student: $25
3 easy ways to register:
- Register Online:
- Download the PDF form for faxing or mailing
- Call 800.655.2862 to register by phone
This course qualifies for 1.5 hours of interactive learning. Each paid registrant will be allowed access via one phone line and one log-in and will receive a certificate upon completion. When you register, a URL will be sent to the registered attendee email with login information on how to begin the webinar. CVMA reserves the right to invoice those individuals and/or organizations that are logged in or connected from telephone numbers that don’t correspond to a paid registration.
If multiple registrants intend to view the online seminar together under one log-in, please contact the CVMA office for an attendance form at 800.655.2862 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
All registrations must be received the day before the online seminar in order to participate.
All cancellation requests must be made in writing and submitted by fax, email, or regular mail no later than seven (7) days before the seminar to receive a full refund, less a 10 percent administration fee.
Attn: Meetings & Events Department
California Veterinary Medical Association – Early Stages of Burn Injury Management Seminar
1400 River Park Dr, Ste 100
Sacramento, CA 95815
By fax: 916.646.9156
By email: email@example.com
If you have any questions, please call the CVMA office at 800.655.2862.
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