Food Animal

WVC 90th Annual Conference

(FA41) Fluid Therapy in the Ruminant Surgical Patient

Wednesday, March 7
8:00 AM - 8:50 AM
MBCC, Palm A, Level 3

CE Credits: 1

Have you ever wondered what fluids are best for a blocked goat?  What about a calf with an intussusception?  Are intravenous fluids always necessary? We will look at customizing fluid therapy plans to the most common surgical conditions in ruminants, including pre-operative evaluation, and intra- and post-op care.

Amanda K. Hartnack

Assistant Professor
Texas A&M University

Dr. Hartnack grew up in Bakersfield, California having no idea she’d end up being a veterinarian. After obtaining a degree in English from Barnard College in New York City, she moved back out west and, through a series of events, ended up attending veterinary school at Colorado State University. That led to an internship at Kansas State University in Food Animal Medicine and Surgery and a residency at The Ohio State University in Food Animal Surgery. She has been at Texas A&M doing Food Animal Surgery for the past three years.

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