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Ce in the City 2018: Anesthesia Symposium

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Mütter Museum

19 S 22nd St

Philadelphia, PA 19103

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Hope Veterinary Specialists and Veterinary Specialty & Emergency Center (VSEC) present...

CE in the CITY 2018 - Veterinary Anesthesia Symposium

Join us for our 5th year hosting CE in the CITY Philadelphia as we take it back to the Mutter Museum where it all started! This year's topic will focus on Managing the Anesthetic Patient.

This symposium is pending 4.0 RACE-approved CE credits.


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8:00am Breakfast & Registration Opens

9:00am Welcome & Introductions

9:10am Khursheed Mama, DVM, DACVAA – Management of anesthesia for elective and emergent procedures in dogs and cats with cardiac disease – A case-based approach

10:40am AM Break

11:00am Khursheed Mama, DVM, DACVAA – “Identifying and managing ‘common’ cardiac arrhythmias during the perianesthetic period

12:00 pm Lunch
12:30 pm Platinum Sponsor Lecture

1:15pm Sabrina Reilly, DVM, DACVAA - "Managing anesthesia in dogs and cats with endocrine and gastrointestinal diseases"

2:15 PM Break

2:30pm Sandra Perkowski, VMD, PhD, DACVAA"Opioids 911: What do we do now?"

3:30-4:00pm Panel Discussion

4:00pm Event Closing Remarks


Keynote Speaker - Khursheed Mama, DVM, DACVAA- Colorado State University

"Management of anesthesia for elective and emergent procedures in dogs and cats with cardiac disease – A case-based approach ”
“Identifying and managing ‘common’ cardiac arrhythmias during the perianesthetic period ”

Dr. Mama came to the United States to pursue her undergraduate and veterinary education after completing high school in India. She received her DVM in 1989 from Washington State University and went on to do a large animal rotating internship in Guelph. This along with her experiences during her senior year in veterinary school confirmed a passion of anesthesia. She pursued an anesthesia and critical care residency at the University of California-Davis and following its completion in 1993, chose to stay and work at UC Davis for 3 years before moving to Colorado State University where she has been a faculty member since 1996. She enjoys managing a diverse variety of species while also teaching PVM and graduate students and has pursued research interests directed at improving patient care and safety. She feels fortunate that as part of her job she has had the opportunity to advance anesthesia and pain management through continuing education for veterinarians in many different venues both nationally and internationally.

Sabrina Reilly, DVM, DACVAA - Veterinary Specialty & Emergency Center

"Managing anesthesia in dogs and cats with endocrine and gastrointestinal diseases"

Sandra Perkowski, VMD, PhD, DACVAA - Hope Veterinary Specialists

"Opioids 911: Now what do we do?"






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