Course Title



A veterinary team that includes a veterinarian with emergency and critical care skills improves the quality of care animals receive in an emergency. The ten modules in the VEO Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care course are designed to give the busy practitioner treatment options for a variety of emergency and critical care situations. All modules are available to veterinarians and licensed, registered, or certified veterinary technicians.

Maureen McMichael

Maureen McMichael

Associate Professor, Department of Veterinary Clinical Medicine Section Chief, Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care Section

DVM, Cornell University; Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care



Course Modules CE Hours Fees
Assessment, Triage, and Monitoring the Emergency Patient 1 $40
Burn Injury and Novel Wound Treatments 1 $40
Cardiopulmonary Cerebral Resuscitation-Current Guidelines 1 $40
Feline Respiratory Distress 1 $40
Fluid Therapy in Emergency and Critical Care 1 $40
Heatstroke: Diagnosis, Pathophysiology, and Treatment 1 $40
Pediatric Emergency and Critical Care: Physiology, Diagnostics, and Pharmacology 1 $40
Pediatric Emergency and Critical Care: Specific Syndromes 1 $40
Blood Transfusion 1 $40
Shock 1 $40
All Ten Modules for a Reduced Fee 1 $300

You may choose to register for all 10 modules at a reduced fee

  • Get an intensive overview of the pathophysiology of some of the most common emergency and critical care presentations
  • Gain an in-depth understanding of the clinical presentations of the most common disorders and be able to recognize these cases in practice
  • Learn the latest state-of-the-art and practical treatment tips for these disorders