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  1. Advanced Life Support
  2. Tx of corrosive exposure
  3. Chest compression for over 15lbs
  4. 3-5 seconds
  5. Basic Life support
  1. a Ocular- 20-30 mins flush, corneal ulceration
    Dermal- bath immed. with mild dish soap, monitor for burns and other skin change. pain meds, NSAIDS, or abx.
    Ingestion- oral dilution with milk/water, monitor and treat for oral esophageal burns
  2. b includes the ABC's of resucitation, if animal is under anesthesia stop immediately.
  3. c how often should you breath for the patient after the first two initial breaths
  4. d position patient in dorsal recumbancy
    Place both hands on caudal aspect of the sternum
    Compress at 80-100 cpm
  5. e requires admin of drugs and ECG. these steps are only important after ABC of CPCR has been successful , based on cardiac output, breathing pattern, and strength of heartbeat

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. plants, chemicals, antifreeze, pest control, OTC drugs, prescription drugs
  2. starts about 6 hours after injury, WBC remove necrotic tissue, bacteria, and foreign material. The WBC and fluid leaked into the wound form an exudate
  3. NEVER USE THIS EMETIC AGENT, can cause another toxicity
  4. open mouth breathing, excessive panting, > 105 temp, high rr and hr, bloody diarrhea, bright red mm, collapse, depression and disorientation. Life threatening, needs Emergency care ASAP, Tx steps for this: Cool floor or wet tabled, take temp, cool water hose, ice bags on hot spots, alcohol on paw pads , iv fluids at shock rate
  5. 6 signs of fluid overload

5 True/False questions

  1. Emergency Phase
    Replacement Phase
    Maintenance Phase
    Objective parameters (3)


  2. Canine Heimlichthis method can be used in dogs, cat, pigs, and ferrets if non-corrosive material was ingested . Contraindicated in rodents, rabbits, birds, horses, and ruminents. Patients with hx of cardiac disease, epilepsy, abdominal surgery, severely debilitated, coma, hyperactive, or if they have already done this.


  3. Fluid therapyapproach cautiously, pain = biting, not always life threatening, serious signs, distress breathing, pale/while MM, bleeding from nose. Avoid moving as much as possible


  4. Propylene Glycolfound in safter forms of antifreeze or coolants, 3x less toxic than EG


  5. TPR
    Urine production
    Body weight
    Airway, Cardio, Resp, Abdomen, Spine, head, pelvis, limbs, arteries/veins, nerves


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