Course Description: Hypo and hyperthermia are commonly seen in emergency practices, whether primary conditions from exposure to the outdoors or secondary to other disease processes, surgery or trauma. While some aspects of their pathophysiology are very similar, others are very unique. Knowing the differences can make patient hospitalization times shorter and recovery much quicker.
Continuing Education (CE) credit available: 1 CE credit for DVMs and Veterinary Technicians
Length of Program: 48 minutes
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