This podcast will discuss Mr. Liss' thoughts on the top 5 mistakes made when performing CPR for the cardiac arrest patient. Using the most up-to-date information, Mr. Liss will identify the key areas that can be improved when veterinary teams are faced with performing CPR.
To learn more about enhancing your CPR skills and what steps can be taken to improve patient mortality rates, click below to listen to the full podcast.
David Liss is a renowned technician educator, double board-certified veterinary technician specialist in emergency/critical care and internal medicine, and a certified veterinary practice manager.
He has a diverse background in emergency and critical care nursing including lecturing internationally, authoring numerous articles and book chapters, and serving on various technician association committees. David spent many years in emergency/critical care veterinary nursing and was technician manager at two different 24- hour referral/specialty facilities in the Los Angeles area. He now stays clinically relevant by working relief as an ICU technician at VCA Veterinary Specialists of the Valley in Woodland Hills, CA.