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Recovery is a critical phase of anesthesia that includes a continuation of patient support, monitoring, and record keeping. It begins when the anesthetic gas is turned off. It does not end at the time of extubation.

5 things you need to know about the AAHA/AAFP Fluid Therapy Guidelines

We all know how important water is to living beings—without it, we couldn’t survive. Water in our cells helps regulate body temperature, aids in digestion, transports oxygen and nutrients (as well as waste), lubricates joints, energizes muscles, and basically keeps our organs functioning.  

Top 6 things you need to know about AAHA’s Oncology Guidelines

“Cancer” is a word no one ever wants to hear from the mouth of a medical professional. Unfortunately, however, the disease is so widespread that most of us have been touched by it at some point in our lives, whether through our own health struggles or those of loved ones.

Maintenance of the Mentoring Relationship

Periodic assessment of the mentoring relationship ensures it is on the right track. Both the mentor and mentee may ask, "What level of direction and support is needed for each situation, and how has that progressed or changed?"


2013 AAHA/AAFP Fluid Therapy Guidelines for Dogs and Cats references

Fluids and anesthesia

One of the most common uses of fluid therapy is for patient support during the perianesthetic period. Decisions regarding whether to provide fluids during anesthesia and the type and volume used depend on many factors.

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