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Well well well.... my dad got a new dog ( and of course its a SILVER LAB!!!) cue the collective groans...no surprise its a lemon and it now has some elbow problems. But what can you do to keep a dog comfortable when finances make surgery a no go. Dr. Matt Brunke is here to discuss pain management options for cash strapped clients, how Synovetin is …
 
If you've ever been to IVECCS chances are you have heard the brilliant minds behind Vet Tech Café, Jeff Backus and Dave Cowan (both VTS (ECC))Today they are here to not only discuss getting started in podcasting but also how they would treat a trauma case that presents to the ER and has to be kept in the ICU. Check out the vet tech café podcast her…
 
This episode is a mashup with Tabitha Kucera ! We call it practicing veterinary medicine because we are always improving. The use of inhalant chambers has been around for a long time, and some believe that this technique is safer for the staff and the animal, however, we now know so much more about the physiological and psychological risks this tec…
 
What happens when a VTS in ECC gets into a position to really enact some effective change? Well, we discuss that and more with the amazing Kelly Foltz! Kelly Foltz is a 2006 graduate of Athens Technical College with an associate of applied technology degree in Veterinary Technology. She joined the Academy of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care T…
 
Do you ever feel like giving up clinic life and heading to a far off destination? What if you could blend veterinary medicine together with travel to create a sustainable career? Well that's exactly what our next guest Amber LaRock has done. Join us as we talk travel opportunities for veterinary professionals, what anesthesia looks like in rural re…
 
You've done a few TPLO's right? You've seen a down dog? But have you been doing these key things to help your ortho and neuro patients have a faster and less painful recovery? Today we are talking to Dr. Fred Wininger about all the amazing things he is doing (like 3D printing stuff to make our pets lives better) and how you can use his knowledge to…
 
YOU GUYS! This is the one right here, this episode is chock full of so much practical anesthesia information and it's all due to my guest Marcia Fletcher RVN, VTS (anesthesia) Join us as we dive into timely treatments for the septic abdomen patient. In 2011, Marcia successfully passed her specialty examinations to become New Zealand’s first Veterin…
 
How do you determine oxygen flow during anesthesia? Are you a "set it and forget it" type of anesthetist, or do you adjust your O2 constantly? Do you live on the edge and try "low-flow"? Is there a magic number when it comes to Oxygen flow rate? Listen in as Dr. Ben Brainard makes sense out of it all... and shakes out some common myths when it come…
 
Ok BIRDBRAINS this one if for you! 🦜🦅🦆🦉🐦Avian anesthesia can strike fear in the hearts of many but guest Liz Vetrano CVT is here to help. s we talk about why appropriate analgesia is so important and why we both love the Sentier VetCorderhttps://www.sentierconnect.com/Liz graduated with her bachelor’s degree in biology from Towson University in 200…
 
Are you just as hesitant with rabbit anesthesia as I am? 😬Buns are so amazing and deserve the same level of high quality anesthesia and pain management as our canine and feline friends...yes that includes intubation. Listen in as guest Jody Nugent Deal gives us some insight on making these patients your new anesthesia favorite. 🐰We also talk about …
 
Picture this... Your job is a new clinic each week and you have complete autonomy over your schedule. Sound too good to be true? Well it's exactly what locum anesthesia tech Kim Spelts does every day! Traveling techs are a new way for techs to keep things interesting in vet med. In this episode we discuss how to make traveling tech your full time g…
 
How can you enact change? How can you convince your colleagues to try new things especially when it comes to high stakes stuff like anesthesia? How can we be fully utilized at our jobs and stay engaged? Liz Hughston is here to help us along the way with her deep insights and sharp wit.Veterinary Anesthesia Nerds által
 
This one is for all my Lab Animal and Research nerds! This episode of the Veterinary Anesthesia Nerds podcast focuses on the career options within research. Did you know that veterinarians and veterinary technicians are in high demand when it comes to positions in research? Check out my conversation with Dr. Charlette Cain of Children's Hospital of…
 
Does the thought of anesthesia and surgery keep you up at night? Are you unsure of your skills and feel like a total imposter? Well, join Katie Ford and I as we tackle the tough topic of imposter syndrome as it pertains to veterinary anesthesia. We will talk all about how you can calm your fears and have a better day when you are the one in charge …
 
Older cat with kidney disease that needs extensive dentistry? An anesthetic nightmare? Not so says Dr. Ralph Harvey DVM, DACVAA. Ralph Harvey, DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVAA, retired from the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine in Knoxville, Tennessee, where he taught anesthesia and pain management in the Department of Small Animal Cli…
 
Love bearded dragons and amazing accents!? Well, then have we got the vet for you... check out his Instagram @Dreadyvet for adorable photos and real life vet med stuff. Today we talk Rabbit Anesthesia... what drugs should we use? Should we intubate? This and more is covered in this episode. (also please note the way I act totally cool in conversati…
 
Lets take a trip across the pond and discuss all the amazing UK things love...the skating rink outside the history museum in the winter, a good latte from Pret, the bartenders from First Date, Paracetamol, and Rory the Vet! Todays we talk to Dr.Cowlam about easing owners concerns when it comes to anesthesia. Rory is a small animal general practitio…
 
Tired of wrestling with patients to get an IV catheter in? Really tired of trying to get a fearful cat into an aquarium to gas it down? Well, our next guest has some great tips to do better!Tabitha Kucera is an Elite Fear Free and Low Stress Handling Certified Registered Veterinary Technician, CCBC, and KPA-CTP. She is the owner of Chirrups and Cha…
 
Join us on a respiratory adventure with Noah Jones, and RVT that made the switch over to working with people ( I know...gross) as a respiratory therapist. In this episode we talk about the career switch from veterinary medicine to human medicine, what it's like to intubate people, and why you should learn to love the mechanical ventilator.…
 
Back when I started in vet med, a diagnosis of osteosarcoma meant amputation or euthanasia. Now with more advanced treatment modalities we can create better outcomes for pets diagnosed with osteosarcoma. In this episode we talk analgesia options and career goals to #kickcancersassJenny Fisher is a Board Certified Veterinary Oncology Technician with…
 
So, a cow walks into a vet clinic...now what? Ever wondered how we treat bovine pain? Ever want to wake up at 4am to do a farm call? Ever put on one of those rubber gloves that goes all the way up to your shoulder? Then this is the episode for you! Join Cody Creelman for a look at how we provide good anesthesia and pain management to our cow friend…
 
Dr. Norkus is back! I don't know about your clinic but ours seems to be inundated with pandemic puppies... and pregnant patients.We have been seeing a fair number of dystocia and c-section patients this summer so I got all the deets from Dr. Norkus on how you can make the anesthesia experience as safe as possible.…
 
With covid-19 showing no signs of slowing down, veterinarians are facing some of the realities of limited supply. Not only are items like masks and gloves in higher demand, but also the anesthetic drugs we rely on to keep our patients safe and pain free. This week Dr. Kristen Messenger of NC State University discusses drug shortages we as an indust…
 
It's not officially summer until you treat 3 urethral obstruction cats in a row... and to get you through it Anesthesia Nerds presents this week's guest Dr. Chris Norkus DVM, DACVECC and DACVAA (yeah he loves school!)We will discuss all things UO cats! From sacrococcygeal blocks to the importance of electrolyte stabilization and why you probably sh…
 
Do you know the secret to having a fulfilling career and getting the most out of your life? I don't either which is why I turned to Shanna McAlarnen CVT who has recently made a huge career shift from vet med to life coaching. Shanna and I recently re-connected at a women's leadership mixer thrown by Philly group She Steps Up- https://shestepsup.com…
 
This week we explore the amazing world of zoo animal anesthesia with Mark Romanoski RVT from Oklahoma. Mark gives us advice on career paths and his favorite anesthesia even at the zoo so far!You can follow Mark's adventures in zoo medicine on his Instagram @zoomedrvtAnd if you like what we are doing here at Veterinary Anesthesia Nerds and want to k…
 
This week's guest is Dr. Colin McDermott a New Jersey veterinarian currently living the expat dream in Hong Kong. Colin is a Certified Aquatics Veterinarian with a special interest in fish and reptiles. We talk about living in Hong Kong during the pandemic, advice for veterinary hospitals during this time, and anesthesia for leopard geckos! For the…
 
When people think of "veterinary celebrity", one name often comes to mind... yes it's technician extraordinaire Stephen Cital... but if he's already booked you just ask your ol' friend Andy Roark to be a guest on your podcast. In all truths Andy Roark is probably one of the most genuine and generous people in the business. On this episode we talk a…
 
David Dycus DVM, MS, CCRP, DACVS (Whoa that is a ton of letters!) is here to talk about how we can provide great pain management without relying heavily on opioids. We talk about the importance of NSAIDS, local blocks, and non-pharma nursing care that makes a huge difference.Veterinary Anesthesia Nerds által
 
Time to check out checklists with Heidi Reuss Lamky a CVT with dual VTS in both Anesthesia and Surgery. In this episode we discuss the importance of utilizing a checklist for anesthesia and surgery patients. Also featured: the great state of Michigan and shout out to mentors!Veterinary Anesthesia Nerds által
 
Yeah surgery and anesthesia are fun but have you ever lived through the thrill of proper patient stabilization prior to anesthesia? Live from VMX we speak with multifaceted technician David Liss about the importance of making sure your patient is actually able to handle the emergency anesthesia you're about to embark on.…
 
Induction Agents: The Good, the Bad, and Propofol! Today's episode we talk with Bryce Dooley DVM, DACVAA about choosing the most appropriate induction agent for your patient. From the sexy shiny new Alfaxalone to kickin' it old school with ketamine, we break down the best options on your shelf.Veterinary Anesthesia Nerds által
 
Welcome Nerds! This week we talk to Dr. Cassie Jansen DVM, DAVECC on how treating poly-trauma patients with the best pain management can improve outcomes. We will discuss ways to triage a patient before shipping it over to a referral hospital, and tips for when your practice doesn't have the option of a referral hospital.…
 
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