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Evidence-based CPR: The RECOVER guidelines
A patient is rushed into your practice, and you witness the patient stop breathing! Do you know what to do next? Cardiopulmonary arrest is the ultimate emergency facing our patients. Clear knowledge on the current methods in CPR is important in providing these patients the best chance of survival. The 2012 RECOVER CPR guideline is an evidence-based veterinary CPR guideline. The effect of implementation of such a guideline into practice, and one hospital’s experience will also be shared. Join NAVTA and Ken Yagi, RVT, VTS (ECC, SAIM) for this webinar.
Describe key elements of proper administration of Basic Life Support
Describe key elements of proper administration of Advanced Life Support
Determine arrest rhythms and identify appropriate intervention

Dec 10, 2018 6:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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