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Terry KingBVSc , MANZCVS

Terry, native of Northern Australia, graduated from the University of Queensland, School of Veterinary Science in 1975 and spent the next 19 years in private practice in outer suburban (mostly small animal) Brisbane. After a year's sojourn in the USA and Brisbane's Animal Emergency Centre, Terry joined the University of Queensland Veterinary Teaching Hospital in 1995 as a medical resident, becoming Director of the Clinic and Hospital from 1997 - 2002. Since then he has been part of the fantastic referral team at Veterinary Specialist Services in Queensland. Terry enjoys the emergency side of veterinary practice and has a special interest in treating the critically ill. He is highly committed to family veterinary medicine and prolonging the human-animal bond.

Sep 26
8:15-9:05 SHOCK - The clinical relevance of the pathophysiology of SIRS, Sepsis and MOF and using the Rule of 20 to guide management of the critical patient
9:10-10:00 TRAUMA - Management of the decompensated truma patient
10:40-11:30 TIPS - Bedside diagnostics for the Emergency patient , including Focused Assessment with Sonography for Trauma (aFAST & tFAST), Venous Blood Gases, Refractometer (PCV/TP), Thoracic & Abdominal Radiography AND MORE
11:35-12:25 TUBES & HOLES -The tips for puncture and placement of different types of catheters i.e. Thoracocentesis, Chest tube placement, Abdominocentesis, Urinary catheter placement, Pericardiocentesis, Intra-venous (including CVC) & Intra-osseous access, Atrial-Line placement.
Sep 27
15:50-16:40 Acute systemic anaphylaxis
16:45-17:35 Initial response to Accidental ingestion: What's old, what's new, what works in our attempts to decontaminate the recently intoxicated small animal patient