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Surprise! The Use of Anesthesia in the ER and ICU

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Anesthetizing less than ideal patients, whether due to the primary disease or pre-existing co-morbidities, are common cases discussed at DoveLewis. Review current literature, case examples, and different approaches to critically ill patients that require anesthesia with Staff Veterinarian Katherine Earl, DVM.

This talk is specifically RACE-approved for 1.25 DVM or 1.25 Technician CE credit.
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Kelsie Lehmkuhl's picture

Just wondering if this talk is definitely RACE-approved for 1.25 DVM CE credit? The CE certificate states that it's only approved for 1.25 Technician CE credit. Thanks!

Rachel Medo's picture

Hi Kelsie,

Thanks for bringing this to our attention!

We fixed it on our end, so if you reload your certificate it should say 1.25 for veterinarians and/or 1.25 for technicians. You can get to your certificates by hovering your mouse over your name on the right hand side of your screen, and clicking on "Certificates" in the drop-down.

If you have any further issues, don't hesitate to email me directly at rmedo@dovelewis.org.

Thank you!

Emma McGowan's picture

Hi There,
I watched the video, it was really educational, thank you. How do I get a certificate for the course? I am on trial membership this week but do intend to continue the membership. Do you have to be a paying member to get the quiz at the end?

Holly Hayes's picture

Hi Emma,

Thank you for the question! My name is Holly, I am the Client Engagement Specialist.

In order to receive the certificate, you will need to complete the associated quiz with a passing score. Once you have finished watching the video, you will click on the orange button (with the white pencil in it) to access the quiz. Please feel free to reach out to me via email, hhayes@dovelewis.org, if you have any further questions.