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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...

Step 3: Patient Preparation

The patient should be stabilized before anesthesia as anesthesia and surgery can exacerbate pre-existing physiologic compromise.

Local Anesthetic Techniques

Local anesthetic drugs block sodium channels and provide complete pain relief from the nerves that are blocked. This fact led to the recommendation...

Guidelines Contributors

Task force and contributors to the 2020 AAHA Anesthesia and Monitoring Guidelines for Dogs and Cats .

Phase 1: Preanesthesia

An individualized anesthetic plan with specific and sequential steps ensures the continuum of care throughout the entire anesthetic process. A...

Drug Combinations

Multimodal anesthesia and analgesia are crucial to providing a balanced anesthetic event. Review, print, and share these tables with your team when...

Opioid Selection Considerations

There are many factors to consider when choosing an opioid, including the degree of desired analgesia, onset and duration of action, adverse effect...

Premedication and Sedation

Use this chart to determine which drug-class combinations may benefit your individual patients based on their health, demeanor, and the reason they...

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