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Wildlife Pain and Wound Management Class

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Hutchings Museum

55 North Center Street

Lehi, UT 84043

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Wildlife Pain and Wound Management is designed to give wildlife care professionals a working knowledge of the vocabulary and concepts underlying the modern approach to pain management in mammalian and avian species. Topics include the physiology and clinical signs of pain, supportive care techniques, and drug therapy including indications, contraindications and side effects. Wound Management provides a systematic review of the physiology and treatment of the most common types of soft-tissue wounds seen in injured mammalian and avian species. Topics include wound assessment, wound types, antibiotic therapy, cleaning and topical agents, bandaging techniques and the physiology and stages of wound healing. Although some herptiles are discussed, fractures and wound management in herptiles are not covered in this course. Lab included. 10 Continuing Education Units.

This course is taught by the International Wildlife Rehabilitation Center and is hosted by the Hutchings Museum. For more information visit www.hutchingsmuseum.education/classes.

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