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VCI Approved Course Code CP21-22-0045

9.5 CVE Credits 

Does this murmur matter?

What do I do next?

Join us for a deep dive into the cardiovascular physical exam and gain confidence in recognising and managing potential heart cases on this combined theory & practical course.

Gain confidence with auscultation – interactive section using large bank of heart sound recordings to delineate normal versus various abnormal auscultation findings including murmurs, arrhythmias, and lung sounds.

Make a plan - Refine your differential diagnosis list of cardio-respiratory disease based on your physical examination findings and selecting appropriate diagnostics

Tips and tricks to optimising your use of routine diagnostics in practice – everything but the echo! Practical ways to improve your management of cardio cases with the tools you already have in your practice.

Speaker: Jane Pigott BVM BVS CertAVP(VC) MSc MRCVS

RCVS Advanced Practitioner in Veterinary Cardiology

Cardiology

Cardiology I: Does this murmur matter

Cardiology I: Does this murmur matter

Learn how to work with what you have – optimise your equipment and scanning environment to set you up for success

Understand and obtain the basic right-sided 2D echo views - optimise your echo images

Cardiac measurements – a hindrance or a help? Learn which measurements are practically useful in GP practice and when ‘eyeballing’ the scan might a better approach.

Speaker: Jane Pigott BVM BVS CertAVP(VC) MSc MRCVS

RCVS Advanced Practitioner in Veterinary Cardiology

Cardiology

Cardiology II: Echocardiography Practical

Cardiology II: Echocardiography Practical

Confidently approach your cardiology cases

The NEW Cardiology Postgraduate Certificate Online Programme will address the fundamental principles underlying cardiac disease, discuss common presentations of cardiac disease and thoroughly review current diagnostic and therapeutic techniques. You will have the opportunity to become fully informed about commonly utilised diagnostic procedures via practical electrocardiogram (ECG) interpretation, film reading and hands-on echocardiography.

This programme contains 14 mandatory modules with 3 optional practical attendance sessions at the end of the course and covers all aspects of cardiology giving you the skills to confidently investigate, diagnose and treat your cardiac patients utilising our world-leading Learning Management System.

At the end of your programme, you can choose to attend three practical cardiology modules which will cover ECG, thoracic radiography and echocardiography. For those completing the full Cardiology Programme, you can purchase these modules at an exclusive price.

Providing a logical approach to even the most complex cases, this programme will provide the basis for renewed clinical enthusiasm and satisfaction.

Set yourself for success with the support of the leading CPD provider – learn how to maintain an excellent quality of life for each pet you treat and achieve a recognised qualification the General Practitioner Certificate awarded by the International School of Veterinary Postgraduate Studies (ISVPS).

Start Date: May 2022

Cardiology

Improve International Small Animal Cardiology Online Learning

Improve International Small Animal Cardiology Online Learning

Approved for 1 CVE credit

Do you dread hearing a murmur on physical exam? Does auscultating an arrhythmia give you palpitations? If so, this webinar is for you.

Every day in practice we face the dilemma of case planning for the incidentally noted murmurs, funky rhythms and galloping cats that walk through the consult room door.

This webinar will help you to rationalise what you have heard and seen on examination, so that with the likely differentials in mind, you can make a reasonable plan for how to progress the investigation and management of the case.

So slow your racing pulse and relax – Those cardiac murmurs aren’t as bad as they seem!

Cardiology

Webinar - Not another Murmur! Dealing with common auscultation dilemmas in practice

Webinar - Not another Murmur! Dealing with common auscultation dilemmas in practice