Recordings

Avian Anaesthesia

- 1CPD

This one hour CPD covers fasting, premedications and doses, induction agents, anaesthesia planes, IPPV, recovery and analgesia.

Presented by

Samantha Clutterbuck

Australian Freshwater Turtle Anaesthesia

- 1CPD

This one hours CPD covers preparation, dehydration and fluid therapy, premedication drugs and doses, induction agents and doses, monitoring, supportive care, recovery, pain signs and analgesia drugs and dose rates

Presented by

Samantha Clutterbuck

Reducing Rabbits Stress- A Personality based approach

- 1CPD

Dr Nell Ostermeier will introduce Traditional Chinese Medicine, and provide tips according to what works best for each elemental personality, with the overall goal of reducing stress and improving outcomes during rabbit visits.

Presented by 

Dr Nell Ostermeier

Understanding your capnograph

- 1CPD

Using capnography, potential problems that arise can be quickly detected and corrected before they become an emergency. This one hour recording will give you the tools to understand and react to various findings

Presented by

Samantha Clutterbuck

Emergency and critical care of exotic species

- 2CPD

Emergency and Critical Care and Australian Exotic Species covers the species commonly seen in Australia. Learn what actions to take in both respiratory and cardiac arrest.

Presented by

Samantha Clutterbuck

Appropriate feeding of exotic species

- 1CPD

This CPD aims to explain what an appropriate diet is for the most commonly seen species here in Australia, whilst explaining why other diets are not sufficient and how to assist feed a debilitated animal.

Presented by

Samantha Clutterbuck

Reptile and Amphibian Anaesthesia 

- 1CPD

Covering species classification, pre operative considerations, fluids, induction, monitoring, emergency drug doses and recovery, this talk is not to be missed.

Presented by

David Stokes RVN

Rabbit and Amphibian Anaesthesia webinar recording

- 1CPD

This webinar covers pre anaesthetic considerations, preparation, stress reduction, pre medication, induction, intubation, maintenance including normal monitoring values, supportive care,fluid therapy and recovery for both these species.

Presented by

Samantha Clutterbuck

Gut Stasis in Rabbits - 1CPD

This webinar will cover phone triage, in person triage, causes, hospitalisation and treatment options for this all too common life threatening condition.

Presented by

Samantha Clutterbuck

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Improving Animal Welfare Through Behavioural Enrichment - 1CPD

Whether it is the unwell pet bird in hospital, an unruly puppy, a stressed out rabbit or a tiger in need of some entertainment. This presentation will outline the basic fundamentals of this captivating subject and aims to spark your interest to discover more.

Presented by

Cathy Cooper

Perth Zoo

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Crocodiles...Patients for the adrenaline junkie - 1CPD

Crocodiles- reptile patients for the adrenaline junkieā€ is a webinar designed to introduce veterinary staff to crocodile management in a veterinary context. We will review unique anatomy and physiology, and discuss how these characteristics influence physical and chemical restraint. We then look at common health issues in zoo and farmed animals. Surgery is briefly discussed, along with hospital management considerations.

Presented by

Dr Annabelle Olsson

Boongarry Vet services

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Koalas and the bushfire response -1CPD

Di has worked at Zoos SA for 28 years, starting as a casual zoo keeper and working in all areas of the zoo. In 1996 she began working part time in the Veterinary Department as a vet nurse eventually becoming full time in 2000. She has been working as the Hospital Manager for the past 12 years.

In January 2020 she was asked to go to Kangaroo Island with a vet and their CEO to assess the damage to the Island from the catastrophic bushfires that were currently burning out of control. They were there to assess if ZoosSA Veterinary Department could assist with the wildlife triaging on the island. They spent three days on the island but Di and the vet were put to work straight away assisting with anaesthetics and the never ending line of koalas that kept coming day and night. It was estimated that at one stage a koala was arriving every 45 minutes over a 24 hour period for many weeks. The devastation to the wildlife was nothing she had ever seen before. They spent 10 weeks assisting the wildlife and community in the rehabilitation of the wildlife that was severely burnt and displaced during this period.

Presented by

Di Hakof

Hosp Manager

Adelaide Zoo

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