Content of the “Canine Plasma Webinar Series”
Part 1 – What is plasma?
Focuses on what canine plasma for transfusion is and includes information on it’s preparation from whole blood as well as the difference between the component products
Part 2 – How do we store and administer plasma and potential adverse reactions
Considerations on consent and monitoring of transfusions and an in depth look at potential adverse reactions. We also look forward to the future of plasma transfusion and component therapy
Part 3 – What are the indications for plasma use?
In this webinar we will look at in house tests required to decide and prepare for plasma transfusions using case studies you may face in general practice
Watching all three webinars will contribute to 90 mins CPD and you will be provided with a certificate once you have watched all three webinars
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About the speaker
Jenny Walton BVM&S MRCVS
Jenny qualified from R(D)SVS in 1998. She worked in mixed practice for 4 years before moving into the field of small animal emergency and critical care with Vets Now. Jenny worked in Vets Now emergency and critical care clinics for 10 years and through Vets Now, she ran the practical trial researching canine blood banking in 2006. Following the success of the trial Pet Blood Bank was launched in 2007 with Jenny as the Veterinary Supervisor, where she remained as an integral part of the organisation until 2018.