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Saturday, August 12 • 3:50pm - 4:40pm
Advanced resuscitation: More than just fluid therapy

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The sickest patients require a multi-faceted approach to resuscitation. This may include novel approaches to fluid therapy, cardiovascular support, and oxygen delivery. In this lecture Dr Webster will walk through the decision making process for resuscitation of patients with GDV, severe haemorrhage, and septic shock. The focus will be on selection of an appropriate strategy for each patient, how to perform the procedures, and how to monitor the results. 

**Nurse Congress Proceedings will be available on a USB in your congress bag

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Robert Webster

Animal Emergency Service
Rob Webster BVSc (hons) FANZCVS (emergency medicine and critical care) Rob Webster graduated from The University of Queensland in 2000. He went straight into emergency practice at the Animal Emergency Centre in Brisbane and never left! Rob embarked on a training program in emergency medicine and critical care under the guidance of Prof Steve Haskins in 2006. As well as studying towards his Australian certification, Rob started the Animal Emergency Service in 2005. Rob passed the fellowship examinations and registered as a veterinary specialist in 2014. Animal Emergency Service currently has 5 practices on The Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Brisbane, and Perth. Robs clinical interests are mechanical ventilation and critical care of patients with tick paralysis (Ixodes... Read More →

Saturday August 12, 2017 3:50pm - 4:40pm
Room 8