Dr. Erica Reineke Leads Vet and Tech Free Webinar on AKI Management

Published on Aug 22, 2023 12:00 AM
Dr. Erica Reineke Leads Vet and Tech Free Webinar on AKI Management

Emergency and critical care medicine play an integral role in maintaining animal health. 

Veterinarians specializing in this discipline must be adept at managing any critical situation. 

In this regard, for students as well as professionals, staying current on the latest protocols is essential. 

With the determination to promote CE, on the 30th of August, Vet and Tech is presenting a free webinar on 

“How I Manage Acute Kidney Injury”

Dr. Erica L. Reinke (BS., VMD), one of the most experienced emergency and critical care specialists, will instruct this veterinary webinar. 

The session will start at sharp 08:00 PM (US Eastern Time)

With the 50 minutes of online presence, the attendees will get a chance to earn 1 RACE-approved CE credit—absolutely free.

What Will You Learn?

In this webinar, Dr. Erica will cover the diagnostic approach to AKI and its medical treatment, including: 

  • Management of hyperkalemia
  • Fluid therapy
  • Nutritional support
  • Prognosis

Webinar Agenda:

The Vet and Tech webinar will focus on the various aspects of AKI, including:

  • Initial stabilization measures for a patient with AKI
  • A diagnostic plan 
  • Management of a patient with AKI, including 
    • List item Fluid Therapy and avoidance of fluid overload
    • Management of metabolic disturbances
    • Gastrointestinal support
    • Nutritional support
    • Indications for instituting hemodialysis Listitem
  • Prognosis in AKI – what do we know from the veterinary literature

Moreover, at the end of the webinar, there will be a Q&A session for the participants to clear their doubts about the topic. 

Webinar Instructor: Dr. Erica L. Reinke 

Dr. Erica Reineke (VMD, Dipl. ACVECC) is one of the renowned veterinary webinar speakers who has led various sessions on different topics in emergency and critical care medicine. 

Currently, she is serving as an Associate Professor of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine (Director of the Extracorporeal Therapy Service) at the School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Pennsylvania.  

Her clinical focus includes stabilization and treatment of emergent and critically ill patients.

Moreover, her research work focuses on the treatment strategies in:

  • Feline urethral obstruction 
  • Shock
  • Respiratory distress 
  • Intoxications.

Register Now for Free!

Whether you’re an aspiring student or a veterinary professional, this Vet and Tech webinar with free online education opportunity is equally valuable for you. 

Register now and mark your calendar for Wednesday, August 30th, 2023 — 08:00 PM (US Eastern Time).

Get the best learning experience with our expert speakers and improve your veterinary practice!