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Hypotension is a common complication during anesthesia and is defined as BP values of systolic <80–90 mm Hg, mean <60–70 mm Hg, and diastolic <40 m...


Arrhythmias commonly occurring perioperatively include sinus tachycardia, sinus bradycardia, atrioventricular block, and ventricular arrhythmias.


Tachycardia , HR >180 bpm in cats 3 and HR >150– 190 bpm for large and small dogs, respectively, 44 during anesthesia deserves special mention,...


Hypertension , defined as a mean arterial pressure >120–140 mm Hg or a systolic arterial pressure >160–180mm Hg, 44 is uncommon in the adequately...


Hypoventilation can be estimated by observing respiratory rate and depth (very subjective) and can be quantified using capnometry. Hypoventilation...


Hypothermia , core body temperature <98°F, can result in a myriad of adverse effects, including delayed drug metabolism, cardiovascular dysfunction...

GER and regurgitation

GER and regurgitation can cause esophagitis and aspiration pneumonia and can lead to esophageal stricture in extreme cases. When noted, suction of...

Step 1: Anesthesia Begins at Home

The pet owner begins the continuum of anesthesia with fasting the pet and administering medications as directed by the anesthesia team.

Step 2: Equipment Preparation

Prior to the start of any general anesthesia or sedation-only procedure, it is critical to ensure that all equipment and monitors are turned on, ar...

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