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Holly and Hugo

Pet First Aid & CPR

Holly and Hugo
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202 € 34 
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£ 175  £ 29

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Tipologia Corso
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Ore di lezione 30h
Durata 45
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Descrizione

Every pet owner or professional working with animals should know how to perform first aid. This comprehensive course equips you with the expertise to handle the tricky situations and many others besides. In addition, you learn how to assess the patient and prioritize the most life-threatening problems.

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Quali sono gli obiettivi della formazione?

From cut pads, insect stings, and snake-bites, to chocolate poisoning, traffic accidents and choking, the unexpected can and does happen to the pets in our care.

The course includes 5 modules:

Be Prepared
Taking Control in a First Aid Situation
First Aid Techniques
CPR
First Aid A-Z

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Cosa impari in questo corso?

First Aid
CPR
Animal Nutrition
Animal Behaviour
Dog Handling
Emotional Intelligence
Animal Care
Animal Biology
Pet Care
Training First Aid
Animal grooming
Dog Behavior
Animal Psychology
Breeding
Pet Psychology

Programma

Can you afford not to know first aid when your pet’s life may depend upon it?

MODULE 1: Be Prepared
1.1 First Aid Equipment
1.2 Register with a Vet
1.3 Practical First Aid Experience
1.4 Safe Use of Medications
   1.4.1 Speak to a vet
   1.4.2 Safe medications for pets
   1.4.3 Medications for dogs
1.5 The Safe Way to make a Pet Vomit

MODULE 2: Taking Control in a First Aid Situation
2.1 Minor problems vs emergencies
2.2 Assessing the patient
   2.2.1 Circulation
   2.2.2 Heart rate and pulse
   2.2.3 Respiratory rate
   2.2.4 Dehydration
   2.2.5 Temperature
   2.2.6 Signs of shock
2.3 Prioritize the most serious problems
2.4 Safe handling of patients in pain
2.5 Move out of harm’s way + stabilization 2.6 Call for help

MODULE 3: First Aid Techniques
3.1 Treating shock
3.2 Controlling blood loss
3.3 Cleaning wounds
3.4 Basic nursing
3.5 Bandaging
   3.5.1 Bandaging materials
   3.5.2 Bandaging techniques
   3.5.3 Improvised dressings

MODULE 4: CPR
4.1 CPR flow chart (Emergency summary)
4.2 Respiratory arrest
   4.2.1 Check for breathing
   4.2.2 Giving artificial respiration
4.3 Cardiac arrest
    4.3.1 Check for a heart beat
    4.3.2 Give cardiac massage
4.4 Combined CPR

MODULE 5: First Aid A-Z
Abscess
Allergic reaction
Anaphylaxis (severe allergic reaction)
Asthma attack
Bite wound
Bleeding
Bloat
Breathing difficulties
Broken bones (see Fractures)
Broken nail or claw
Burns
Carbon monoxide poisoning
Cardiac arrest
Chocolate toxicity
Choking
Collapse (patient conscious)
Collapse (patient unconscious)
Constipation
Cuts, lacerations and wounds
CVA – Cerebrovascular accident [see Stroke]
Dehydration
Diabetic coma
Diabetes (unstable)
Diarrhea
Dislocation
Drowning
Dystocia
Electrocution
Eye injury
Fits [see: Seizure]
Fever
Food poisoning
Fractures
Frostbite [see Hypothermia]
GDV – Gastric Dilation and Volvulus [see Bloat]
Giving birth [see Dystocia]
Heat stroke
Hemorrhage [see Bleeding]
Hypothermia
Insect sting
Kittening (see Dystocia)
Lacerations [see Cuts]
Poisoning
Seizures
Skin infections
Smoke inhalation
Shock
Snake bite
Straining [see: Urination or Dystocia]
Stroke
Sudden swelling
Trauma (Road traffic accident)
Urination difficulty
Vomiting
Whelping [see Dystocia]
Wounds [See cuts]