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Individual plan

Patient preparation, anesthetic plan, preanesthetic medication, pain management and anesthetic management of patients with comorbidities.

Recovery

Recovery is a critical phase of anesthesia that includes a continuation of patient support, monitoring, and record keeping. It begins when the...

References

References for AAHA Anesthesia Guidelines for Dogs and Cats.

Step 3: Patient Preparation

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

Hypoventilation

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

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...

Caudal Mandibular Regional Blocks

For additional information on other dental nerve block techniques, see the 2019 AAHA Dental Care Guidelines for Dogs and Cats . Caudal mandibular...

Phase 1: Preanesthesia

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

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