Urinary catheters are a common part of veterinary practice, therefore it is important that the veterinary nurse understands reasons why they may be used, their placement and care. Learn reasons for placement and types of catheters, patient preparation techniques for dog and cat catheterisations, and in-dwelling catheter care and maintenance.
Short Course. Self paced lessons that should take up to 6 hours to complete
You have access to the course for 365 days
Includes downloadable resources
Complete a quiz to attain your certificate of achievement
6 AVNAT CPD points | 3 AVA VetEd points