Tetanus: What started as a small wound!

ECC | 56 mins

This webinar looks at tetanus infections from pathophysiology all the way through to management. Dogs are more susceptible to tetanus than cats and so we focus on the management of the disease in dogs. We discuss the variety of presentations that can be seen, how we manage these presentations and the various complications that can arise from this disease process. This is a very informative webinar covering a fascinating infectious disease that has profound consequences for the animal and their owners.

Meet the speakers

Daria Starybrat

Daria graduated from Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences in 2011. After working in small animal practices in Poland, Ireland and Wales she completed a rotating internship at a busy private referral practice in Cambridgeshire and a specialty internship at the University of Edinburgh. Daria then completed a residency in Emergency and Critical Care at the Royal Veterinary College and became a Diplomate of the American College of Emergency and Critical Care (DACVECC). Daria is now a Senior Lecturer in Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care at the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies in Edinburgh. She is interested in all aspects of emergency medicine and intensive care, although is keen to focus on sepsis and care of patients with severe and life-threatening conditions. Outside of work, Daria enjoys exploring the beauty of Scottish nature and culture. DVM PGCertVMS MVetMed DACVECC MRCVS

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