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March 8, WSU CE webinar for vets on management of bite & bullet wounds

by WSU CVM 1. March 2011 16:30

CE Webinar by Dr Bonnie Campbell.  March 8, 6PM (Pacific Time) 

Penetrating wounds are deceiving!  An innocuous-looking skin puncture can hide deep damage caused by vascular injury, strong forces (e.g. crushing, tearing, shearing), dead space creation, and/or inoculation of bacteria or foreign material.  Local inflammation can progress to systemic inflammatory response syndrome or sepsis.  In this seminar, we’ll discuss effective management of penetrating wounds, including proper imaging, aggressive surgical debridement and drainage, and appropriate antibiotic use.

 

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WSU CE webinar on management of Bite and Bullet Wounds

by WSU CVM 17. February 2011 17:37
March 8, 6 PM Pacific Time

In this seminar, we’ll discuss effective management of penetrating wounds, including proper imaging, aggressive surgical debridement and drainage, and appropriate antibiotic use.

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