Overcoming Anesthetic Complications and Debunking Common Myths
Designed for small animal DVM/CVT teams, this webinar will dive into the new evidence that suggests some anesthetic concepts once believed to be true may in fact be false. Discover what those are and hear about newer, clinically applicable anesthetic techniques. Learn about the most common physiologic disturbances associated with general anesthesia, how to recognize when anesthetic complications are present and how to prioritize life-threatening anesthetic issues. Plus, get tips for how to engage clients with a fear of anesthesia and review common anesthetic case scenarios. To encourage team participation, CVTs are invited to pay the member fee for this webinar.
Rebecca Johnson, DVM, PhD, DACVAA
Dr. Johnson obtained her DVM degree from the Ohio State University in 1993, completed a residency and MS degree at the University of Wisconsin, and became board-certified in Veterinary Anesthesiology and Pain Management in 1997. In 2002, she completed a PhD in Respiratory Neurophysiology. She currently is the Research Anesthesiologist for the University and is Clinical Professor of Anesthesia and Pain Management at the University of Wisconsin’s School of Veterinary Medicine. Her interests include: 1) advances in anesthetic and analgesic techniques of laboratory animal species, and 2) the effects of opioid and non-opioid analgesics on the gastrointestinal and respiratory systems of companion animals.