In this article take a look at patient evaluation, pre-medication, induction, maintenance and recovery of Anesthesia
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Jurox Technical Team
Technical Services Veterinarian
Posted: Monday, 29th March 2021
General Anesthesia for Cesarean Section in Dogs and Cats
Read this article, General Anesthesia for Cesarean Section in Dogs and Cats to earn 1 hour of RACE approved CE following completion of the survey quiz. This article improves awareness of pregnancy-related physiological changes and their effects on anesthesia, preparing and delivering an optimal anesthetic plan, and cations to incorporate to optimize peri-anesthetic maternal stability and fetal viability.
Do pug procedures give you palpitations? Do you bristle at bulldog biopsies? This evidence-based discussion of anesthesia in brachycephalic dogs and cats will help veterinary professionals confidently tackle these cases. With careful preparation, management of stress (for both patient and veterinary team!), and vigilant monitoring, the considerable risks associated with brachycephalic airway structure can be minimized, optimizing the care provided.