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Out of an abundance of caution scil animal care company has decided to cancel all in person events including scil Vet Academy courses until it is safe to host them again.

We are still committed to delivering the highest quality pertinent CE  delivered by leaders in the veterinary industry, therefore our instructors have adapted their in person lecture content to be delivered online. Please take advantage of these webinars in Abdominal ultrasound, Echocardiography, MSK Ultrasound, Soft Tissue and Orthopedic Surgery that you can learn at the live presentation or take in the recording afterwards.

VPOCUS Webinar

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Join us for this 2 module webinar on VPOCUS – a protocol that you can use in your practice everyday to answer key questions in your post surgery, post trauma, critically ill patients.

A key approach to learning and expanding the role of ultrasound is to get comfortable asking yes/no binary questions, such as but not limited to; does the patient have a pneumothorax? Does the patient have pleural effusion? Does the patient have interstitial alveolar pathology? Can the patient be administered a fluid bolus? It the cause of this patient’s respiratory distress likely cardiogenic in origin? Is pericardial effusion the cause of this patients shock? With this approach clinicians can master aspects of point of care ultrasound at their own pace.

Participants will learn ways to use ultrasound for patient assessment and monitoring in a wide range of clinical scenarios.

This course will be recorded and registrants that are not able to attend the live event fully will receive a copy of the recording that will be active for 3 months.


Pre-Recorded Webinar - Watch Anytime

Speakers / instructors:
Dr. Soren Boysen DVM DAVECC
Dr Boysen graduated from the Western College of Veterinary medicine (WCVM), Saskatoon, Saskatchewan in 1996, worked in private practice for a year and then completed an internship at the Atlantic Vete...
Serge Chalhoub BSc. DVM, DACVIM (SAIM)
Since July 2012, Dr. Chalhoub has been an instructor at the University of Calgary’s Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in the Department of Veterinary Clinical and Diagnostic Service. His clinical home ...


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