Veterinarian training courses library : Dog / Laboratory analysis
- The candidates can understand with ease the secondary and tertiary haemostasis, and gain better knowledge on how to interpret the most commonly offered tests by laboratories.
Video time : 21 min + MCQRespiratory Anesthesiology and analgesia Hematology biochemistry
- The candidates can familiarize themselves with the most commonly used coagulation tests to assess primary haemostasis
- Hypoxia is a condition where either all (generalized hypoxia) or a specific part of the body (regional hypoxemia) does not receive or is not able to use adequate oxygen for aerobic metabolism.
- Hypoxemia is a reduction in the concentration of oxygen in arterial blood.
- A PaO2 of <80 mmHg is strictly classed as hypoxaemia, but some classify mild hypoxaemia as PaO2 80–90 mmHg; moderate as 60–80 mmHg; and severe as <60 mmHg.
Video time : 18 min + MCQRespiratory Anesthesiology and analgesia Hematology biochemistry
- Understand magnesium homeostasis
- Understand the diagnostic approach and the management of hypomagnesaemia
- Understand the diagnostic approach and the management of hypermagnesaemia
Dr. Florent DUPLANVideo time : 26 min + MCQDipl. ECVIM-CANephrology/Urology Hematology biochemistry
- Arterial blood gas analysis helps determine: blood pH, blood oxygenation, and blood CO2 carriage
- Venous blood gas analysis can also tell about acid-base status.
- Regulation of pH is required because most biochemical (metabolic) reactions can only occur efficiently within a narrow pH range.
Dr. Anne-Charlotte BARROTVideo time : 20 min + MCQDipl. ACVIM and ECVIM-CAGeneral internal medicine Laboratory analysis
- Understand the difference between total and ionised calcium
- Understand the role of the key hormones involved in the calcium homeostasis
- Be able to interpret calcium, phosphorous, PTH and vitamin D levels in different clinical situations
- Knowing the tests to perform to establish a diagnosis of AHMI
- Namely achieving an agglutination test
- Knowing what causes underlying causes