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RoVECCS E-Learning is a project created by the RoVECCS team in order to provide veterinarians and students with free educational resources. Our goal is to support veterinarians and students in coping with daily emergencies, as well as in the management of complicated cases of intensive care. The RoVECCS team wants continuous emergency and intensive care training to be available to everyone at any time.

Future webinars

Webinars on request

The lepto suspect: a disease overview and lit review

Prezentat de Robert Armentano

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The lepto suspect: a disease overview and lit review

**THIS WEBINAR IS IN ENGLISH**

The lepto suspect – a disease overview and lit review

This is a review about the clinical approach to patients that may have leptospirosis, emphasizing early detection due to disease virulence and zoonotic potential. This also reviews the testing and treatment recommendations based off of evidenced-based medicine.

Robert Armentano

DVM, DACVIM

DVM University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign, IL) Internship University of Florida (Gainesville, FL) Residency University of Florida (Gainesville, FL) Certification Board Certified by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine Professional Memberships American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine American Veterinary Medical Association Chicago Veterinary Medical Association
Partener Long Term Gold

Oxygen Therapy

Prezentat de Miriam Guedra Allais

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Oxygen Therapy

  • Cum recunoaștem că un animal are nevoie de terapie cu oxigen
  • Diferitele modalități prin care putem administra oxigen animalelor
  • Tehnici de administrare de oxigen (sfaturi practice)
  • Complicațiile și contraindicațiile terapiei cu oxigen

Miriam Guedra Allais

BVSc, MRCVS
Final year resident in Emergency and Critical Care at the RVC

Miriam graduated from the University of Queensland, Australia in 2012. She then started to work as an emergency veterinarian in Perth for a year and a half. In 2015, she completed a rotating internship at the Brisbane Veterinary Specialist Centre and became the ICU house officer. In 2018, she moved to London to start an Emergency and Critical Care residency at the Royal Veterinary College.
Long Term Gold Partner

Trauma Associated Coagulopathy

Prezentat de Maria D. Vegas Cómitre

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Trauma Associated Coagulopathy

  • The physiology behind the trauma associated coagulopathies
  • How do we recognize this phenomenon: from suspicion to diagnostic tests
  • What type of treatment can we use in these cases?

Maria D. Vegas Cómitre

LV, PGdipVCP, MRCVS
Final year resident in Emergency & Critical Care, Royal Veterinary College

Maria was born and raised in Madrid, Spain, where she finished her veterinary degree in 2011 in Alfonso X El Sabio university. She found her passion for Emergency and Critical Care very early on and worked in Emergencies during 5 years in Spain and UK before doing her rotating internship at the RVC in 2016.

Maria also did a specialty internship in ECC at Auburn University in the US, to come back to London for the residency, of which she is currently in her third year. Maria’s areas of study are trauma, sepsis and antimicrobials in the critical care setting. When she is not working, Maria enjoys dancing Latin music.

Long Term Gold Partner

Re-feeding Syndrome

Prezentat de Fernanda Da Cruz Camacho

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Re-feeding Syndrome

During this webinar we will learn:

  • How to recognize the re-feeding syndrome
  • Basic physiology behind this syndrome
  • How to treat these cases
  • Management of complex cases of re-feeding syndrome
  • Short revision of current veterinary medicine literature

Fernanda Da Cruz Camacho

DVM MRCVS

Final year resident in Emergency & Critical Care, Royal Veterinary College

Fernanda graduated from Universidade Lusofona de Humanidades e Tecnologias (Lisbon, Portugal) in 2013. After 2 years of working in small animal practice in the north of England and completing a rotating internship at Willows Referral Centre and an ICU internship at University College Dublin, she is now training to be a specialist in Emergency and Critical Care. She is interested in all aspects of Emergency and Critical Care.

ACUTE RENAL FAILURE – DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT

Prezentat de Laura Ilie

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ACUTE RENAL FAILURE – DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT

Topics:

  • How do we cope with this medical emergency, what are the first steps?
  • Causes and manifestation of acute renal failure.
  • Diagnosis, complications and treatment of acute renal failure; associated complications that it is important to know and try to prevent.
  • Diagnosis and monitoring in the acute renal failure. What treatment do we choose and why?
  • What do we do when nothing works?

Laura Ilie

DVM, MS, DACVECC

Diplomate ECC (Emergency and Critical Care), a member of the American Emergency College, Laura started her career as a shelter doctor, serving the cause of stray puppies - where the need was greatest, immediately after graduation continuing with an FMVB Master's program. She later made a bold choice - to relocate to the US, starting completely from zero. As her diploma was non-recognized in the beginning, she worked for several years as a technician under the mentoring of emergency specialists before receiving ECFVG certification, following by working for another year as an intern, then an emergency veterinarian. She continued her educational career at Purdue University where she did a 3-year residency in emergencies and intensive care. She learned from her patients and from various experiences that the boundaries are just imaginary and those walls that the mind puts in our way can be destroyed. So did Laura, trying to reach the peak of the speciality she loves most, emergency medicine, from the moment she started working in Bucharest, saving the animals from the shelters.

FLUID THERAPY IN EMERGENCY CASES

Prezentat de Laura Ilie

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FLUID THERAPY IN EMERGENCY CASES

Program:

  • What do we quickly administer to the critical patient who has arrived in a state of emergency? Ringer, NaCl, Glucose?
  • How do we decide?
  • Fluid therapy is not benign and should be considered a treatment in itself. Each patient is different and should receive the type and amount of fluids required at the time of arrival in the clinic. From the type of animal to the breed, weight and clinical condition, all factors are of great importance in the fluid therapy we choose.
  • In this webinar we will discuss the different types of crystalloids and colloids used in emergency medicine and decide how, when and how much to administer to each patient and how to monitor them to achieve the best results.

Laura Ilie

DVM, MS, DACVECC

Diplomate ECC (Emergency and Critical Care), a member of the American Emergency College, Laura started her career as a shelter doctor, serving the cause of stray puppies - where the need was greatest, immediately after graduation continuing with an FMVB Master's program. She later made a bold choice - to relocate to the US, starting completely from zero. As her diploma was non-recognized in the beginning, she worked for several years as a technician under the mentoring of emergency specialists before receiving ECFVG certification, following by working for another year as an intern, then an emergency veterinarian. She continued her educational career at Purdue University where she did a 3-year residency in emergencies and intensive care. She learned from her patients and from various experiences that the boundaries are just imaginary and those walls that the mind puts in our way can be destroyed. So did Laura, trying to reach the peak of the speciality she loves most, emergency medicine, from the moment she started working in Bucharest, saving the animals from the shelters.

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