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👩‍🏫 e-class|Dr. Genmoto/Dr. Ueda/Dr. Endo's emergency & critical care e-class 1


━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━ overview ━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━ In this eClass, by systematically learning emergency and critical care from the basics, you will be able to understand ``what is going on inside an animal's body'' and judge how to respond in the field. is the goal. In a total of 14 lectures, you will relearn the pathophysiology, pharmacology, toxicology, nutrition, etc. that are essential for emergency and intensive care, and you will be able to confidently diagnose, treat, and nurse when responding to emergencies in the future. The purpose is to connect. The contents are useful not only in emergencies but also in daily medical treatment. ━━━━━━━━━━━━ For when the time comes Basic knowledge that is the “core” of emergency and intensive care ━━━━━━━━━━━━━ Even if you are not involved in emergency medicine, there will come a time when a veterinarian who deals with life is forced to make a decision. There aren't many places where you can systematically learn from the basics about what happens inside an animal's body when every moment counts. It's difficult to learn without an opportunity, and many people don't know where to start studying. In this "Emergency & Critical Care eClass I", you can learn the basics of emergency and intensive care and its application through case studies as a practical edition. ━━━━━━━━━━━━ Something you can rely on even in times of trouble ━━━━━━━━━━━━ The content of the 14-part lecture series is not about how to derive a single treatment from a single case, but contains information that can be deeply learned and used for each case. Knowing this will make a difference in how you deal with it in the clinical setting. It can be applied not only to emergencies but also to general medical care, and will become the "core" you can rely on in times of emergency or trouble. ━━━━━━━━━━━━ Instructors who know first aid in Japan and the United States Full lecture ━━━━━━━━━━━━ This series was created by Yasushi Genmoto, Yu Ueda, and Yusuke Endo, three people involved in emergency medicine in Japan and the United States, and they give lectures as instructors. The instructors will answer questions from the participants, saying, ``Emergency and intensive care are the core of hospitals in the United States,'' and ``It is important to develop the ability to think in order to respond to emergency medical care.'' In addition to your knowledge and skills, you will also develop the ability to look at and think about the patient's background and details. Additionally, the power of pet nurses is extremely important in emergency medical care. This is content that pet animal nurses should also be aware of. The lecture will be divided into a first half and a second half, with a mid-term exam in between. The purpose is to confirm and consolidate the knowledge from the first half. The final exam is a comprehensive review of this eClass. ━━━━━━ Lecturer introduction ━━━━━━ ◎Mr. Yasushi Genmoto Ph.D. Veterinarian ◎Mr. Yu Ueda Ph.D. veterinarian American Veterinary Emergency Intensivist ◎Yusuke Endo Ph.D. veterinarian ━━━━━━━━━ Recommended for these people ━━━━━━━━━ ・Acquire the basic knowledge necessary for emergency and intensive care ・You will be able to apply the basics by combining them. - Be able to understand what is happening inside an animal's body



👩‍🏫 eクラス|エマージェンシー&クリティカルケア eClass Ⅰ, ¥98,000



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