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K9 Medic: Provider

October 1 - October 2

 

Postponed

Venue

MAAC Training Facility
4203 Montdale Park Drive
Valparaiso, IN 46383 United States
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Phone:
219-510-9111

This course is a part of the 2022 Region Fire Conference. You do not have to be a firefighter to register, but please select either a 1 Day pass (allows for 1 class selection) or a Weekend Pass (allows for 2 class selections), then select the day you wish to complete this course.

During Fire Conference:
October 1st & 2nd 8a-4p @MAAC

Instructor: Todd Konradi

Designed with EMS providers in mind, this class covers legal and practical aspects of providing care to Working Dogs. We will cover how to use the equipment in our ambulances when providing care to canines. Anatomy and landmarks for interventions will be discussed as well. Learn how to adapt all of your EMS skills to canines!

Topics covered:

  • Massive Hemorrhage
  • Airway/Intubation/Cric
  • Respiration/sucking chest wounds
  • Circulation/IV/IO
  • Heat emergencies
  • Bloat/GDV

Class is limited to 8 students.

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Start:
October 1
End:
October 2
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