The Jurox Anaesthesia Training Presentation covers all aspects of anaesthesia from patient assessment and premedication, right through to recovery.
Anaesthesia is a complex process performed very commonly in veterinary practice and is associated with a high degree of risk. The better prepared clinic staff are for anaesthesia through knowledge of the drugs being used, expected effects, and how to deal with emergency situations should they arise, the better the outcomes for the patients. The purpose of this presentation is to cover all aspects of anaesthesia from patient assessment and premedication, right through to recovery, not just the induction process where Alfaxan Multidose is involved.
This webinar counts for one (1) CE point.
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Miranda graduated from Murdoch University in Perth, Australia in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Biology and a Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery. She worked for a year and a half in a predominately small animal clinic in rural South Australia, before returning home to Perth to work another 6 months in general practice. Miranda spent the next few years working in a casual capacity in emergency and critical care, general practice, as well as in retail.
She went back to Murdoch University and assisted with the student surgical teaching laboratories with the anaesthesia team, before taking on an anaesthesia internship in 2016.
Miranda joined the Jurox Technical Services Team in 2017.