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Earn RACE-approved CE credits while increasing your confidence in providing anesthetic care for your patients. In this exciting new series, Dr. Elizabeth Martinez, board-certified specialist in veterinary anesthesia and analgesia, shares her knowledge and experience as she discusses anesthesia-related topics and has conversations with veterinary leaders and experts on current debates, literature, and trends in anesthesia and analgesia. Continue Reading >>
Earn RACE-approved CE credits while increasing your confidence in providing anesthetic care for your patients. In this exciting new series, Dr. Elizabeth Martinez, board-certified specialist in veterinary anesthesia and analgesia, shares her knowledge and experience as she discusses anesthesia-related topics and has conversations with veterinary leaders and experts on current debates, literature, and trends in anesthesia and analgesia. << Show Less
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EP21: Addressing Challenging Intubations with Darci Palmer Curious about what to have prepared for a challenging intubation or what to do when orotracheal intubation attempts fail. We interviewed Darci Palmer, LVT, VTS (Anesthesia & Analgesia) about airway management in those challenging cases.
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EP21: Addressing Challenging Intubations with Darci Palmer Curious about what to have prepared for a challenging intubation or what to do when orotracheal intubation attempts fail. We interviewed Darci Palmer, LVT, VTS (Anesthesia & Analgesia) about airway management in those challenging cases.
EP20: Dental Recommendations During Procedures with Tony Woodward, DVM, DAVDC Dr. Tony Woodward, board certified veterinary dentist and oral surgeon and owner of Montana Pet Dentistry & Oral Surgery located in Bozeman, Montana provides us insight to the 3 most important dental recommendations he would make to referring general practitioners performing dental procedures. Listen and learn how wind surfing inspired a 20 plus year career dedicated to veterinary dentistry. More information about Dr. Woodward and his practice can be found that this link: https://www.montanapetdental.com/
EP19: Importance of Machine Maintenance with Cynthia Burns This podcast interviews registered veterinary technician and entrepreneur Cynthia Burns, regarding her anesthetic machine and maintenance business, Fix-It Lady Machine Service and Repair based out of North Carolina. Cynthia details the importance of annual machine maintenance to optimizing the equipment’s use and improve anesthetic safety.
EP18: Veterinary Physical Rehabilitation with Wendy Davies, BSc, CVT, CCRVN, VTS (Phys Rehab) This episode highlights veterinary physical rehabilitation in a discussion with Wendy Davies BS, CVT, CCRVN, VTS (Phys Rehab). She is the president of the Academy of Physical Rehabilitation Technicians and a founder of the integrative medicine service at the University of Florida. Wendy talks with us about her experiences and the benefits of physical rehab.
EP17: A Conversation with Renée Schott, DVM, CWR, Medical Director and Senior Veterinarian at the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Minnesota A conversation with Dr. Renée Schott, veterinarian and certified wildlife rehabilitator. Dr. Schott is passionate about wildlife rehabilitation medicine and sharing her knowledge with others. In this episode, she discusses what her typical day looks like and her thoughts on sedating, anesthetizing, and monitoring a variety of wildlife species.
EP16: Liz Hughston Celebrates Career Vet Tech Week In this episode we discuss with Liz Hughston, Med., RVT, CVT, LVT, VTS (IM-Small Animal, ECC) the potential for entrepreneurship of veterinary technicians. She outlines how she made this move and considerations when leveraging skills outside veterinary medicine towards a successful veterinary medicine profession. She shares with us why she helped create the Facebook group, Not One More Vet Support Staff and the importance for mental health awareness in veterinary medicine.
EP15: Jenn Sager and Jeff Backus Celebrate Vet Tech Week In recognition of veterinary technician appreciation week 2021 we interviewed two leaders in veterinary technology: Jennifer Sager, CVT, VTS (Anesthesia & Analgesia, ECC) and Jeff Backus, CVT, RVT, VTS (ECC). Jenn shared with us her unique experience being the first, veterinary technician to co-chair an AAHA guideline. Learn ways to work towards authorship, where to find these opportunities and how to inspire the next generation of veterinary technicians and veterinarians. Next highlighted career veterinary technician, Jeff Backus, CVT, RVT, VTS (ECC) helps us “Find our Nerd” and shares how he was hooked on being a veterinary technician and how he found optimal work life balance with the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center.
EP14: Darci Palmer and Jessica Sosa Celebrate Career Vet Tech Week In recognition of veterinary technician appreciation week 2021 for our Think Anesthesia Podcast episode, we are interviewing career veterinary technicians. In this episode we speak with Darci Palmer LVT, VTS (Anesthesia & Analgesia) and Jessica Sosa, LVT! Darci shares with us the origins of her passion for veterinary medicine, how to be part of change and what it means to be an instructor for veterinary students. Jessica provides us with the unique insight into zoological medicine and the pathway to a fulfilling career.
EP13: Charlotte Waack and Joe DeFulio Celebrate Career Vet Tech Week In recognition of veterinary technician appreciation week 2021 for our Think Anesthesia Podcast episode, we interview two career veterinary technicians: Charlotte Waack, CVT, RVT and VSPN Director and Joe DeFulio, CVT, Compassion Fatigue Educator and Certified Compassion Fatigue Professional, and currently serves as Vice President of Clinical Services for MedVet For Pets. We start with learning about how Charlotte became interested in pursuing a second career in veterinary technology! She outlines the benefit of skills gained from all professional experiences that navigated her from managing a restaurant to managing veterinary clinical practice, to pursing becoming a credentialed veterinary technician to eventually where she is now, developing and directing the veterinary support personnel network. She also shares with us the importance of being involved in our regulatory bodies to support change in the veterinary community. In the second half, meet Joe DeFulio, CVT. He provides us the unique perspective from the top and how serving in various positions provides him direction in his role. He shares with us the desire to give back to the community and profession and the importance of the veterinary technician’s voice in operational management of an organization.
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