HQHVSN (high-quality, high-volume spay/neuter) continues to transform communities and reduce euthanasia rates in shelters. As one of the best examples of an efficiency model in veterinary medicine that has increased access to quality veterinary care, regular review of HQHVSN techniques and models allows for continual improvement and innovation. This lecture will highlight options and recommendations for perioperative patient flow and care, anesthetic protocols and surgical techniques, including relevant studies and cost comparisons.
Registry of Approved Continuing Education (RACE): This sessions has been approved for 1 credit of CEUs.
- Jennifer Bolser, DVM, VMA | Chief Clinic Veterinarian, Humane Society of Boulder Valley
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