Wisconsin Veterinary Technician Association

Full Day Anesthesia/Dentistry Lecture and Wetlab

Featuring Kristen Cooley, CVT, VTS (Anes/Analgesia) &

Jill Medenwaldt, CVT, VTS (Dentistry)

    What makes a great technician/nurse? A sweet ride? A bunch of chickens? No! The ability to understand and manipulate anesthetic equipment, that’s what! Learn how to make the anesthesia machine work for you and how to understand exactly what it is your monitor is telling you, and how to respond! On top of all that, this amazing day will also teach you how to be confident in providing the best locoregional anesthesia your education can buy! Win, win, WIN!

Dentistry specific topics include: maintaining equipment & instrument care, normal anatomy, charting and case reports, pathology, and local nerve block lecture and lab.

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June 2nd, 2018


UW School of Veterinary Medicine, Madison, WI






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