Advanced theoretical and practical and experiential training in the administration of local and general anaesthetics on a species-orientated basis. The module covers the structure and functioning of inhalation anaesthesia and monitor apparatus, the latest use of total intravenous anaesthetic techniques, positive pressure ventilation, peripheral muscle relaxants and the techniques and equipment employed for the immobilisation of game. Theoretical training includes the attendance of postgraduate seminars in Anaesthesiology at the School of Medicine.
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