Nursing the Feline and Canine Diabetic Patient- LIVE-STREAMED COURSE!

Course Date:
Monday 7th December 2020
Course Time:
10.00am - 5.30pm
Lecturer:
Available Spaces:
Yes
Price:
£45.00 + VAT
Address:
www.centralcpd.com

Virtual Event

Cats and dogs with diabetes are commonly seen within practice -these cases may present as an acute emergency, requiring intensive nursing care and treatment,  or be diagnosed from consultations, such as obesity clinics, and need a more long term approach to treatment and management. To help owners manage their pets’ condition it is vital that we understand the physiology of diabetes mellitus and how to manage it both in the short and long term, whether as an in-patient or through out-patient care. This interactive Live Stream 1-day course will give nurses the confidence to both nurse these patients and give reliable client advice in the practice setting. For more information about the course and how to book, please click HERE.

Topics to be covered include:

  • Acute emergency intensive nursing of the diabetic ketoacidotic (DKA) patient
  • Initial treatment regimes for DKA
  • Diagnosis of cases and blood work
  • Long term treatment: insulin & diet
  • Monitoring of long-term cases – how to maximise quality of life

Course Sessions:

Session 1- 1.5hrs

10:00- 11:30 am : Acute Emergency Nursing of the DKA Patient

Session 2- 1.5 hrs

11:45 – 1:15 pm: Initial Treatment Regimes of DKA & Diagnosis of Cases & Blood Work

Session 3- 1.5 hrs

2:00 – 3:30 pm: Long term Treatment: Insulin & Diet

Session 4- 1.5hrs 

3:45 – 5:15 pm: Monitoring of Long Term Cases – How to Maximise Quality of Life

For more information about the course and how to book, please click HERE.

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Some feedback about this course...

"The course was explained passionately, clearly and packed with useful up to date information. We were given a whole booklet of excellent information. There was plenty of opportunity to ask questions." - Nursing the Medical Patient February 2019
"Lecturer was very good on all the technical information as well as being approachable and amenable." - Nursing the Medical Patient February 2019
"I thought Nicki was an excellent speaker, the course was engaging and all areas covered in the appropriate depth." - Nursing the Medical Patient February 2019