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By Liz Welsh

ISBN-10: 1405186739

ISBN-13: 9781405186735

Normal veterinary collections from libraries to practising vet references will locate Liz Welsh does a great enhancing task in ANAESTHESIA FOR VETERINARY NURSES, a survey written in particular for veterinary nurses by way of veterinary nurses and surgeons. assurance of the variety of physiological and pharmacological elements of anesthesia were totally up-to-date and replicate the most recent alterations to veterinary nursing.

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Harrison & T. Lightfoot), pp. 747–760. Spix Publishing, Palm Beach. R. (2002) Review of Veterinary Physiology. Teton NewMedia, Jackson. Preoperative Assessment and Preparation of the Patient Joan Duncan 3 The perfect anaesthetic drug would induce reversible unconsciousness, analgesia and muscle relaxation without depression of the heart and lungs. It would not require metabolism and would be non-toxic to the patient. Although the anaesthetic agents used for veterinary patients have improved greatly in recent years, they still fall short of this ideal.

In these individuals, and in animals with severe disease, therapy may be required to stabilise the patient before investigative procedures. Stabilisation may require antibiotic therapy, diuretics and bronchodilators, which may, unfortunately, have some effect on the cytological features of the disease and the Preoperative Assessment and Preparation 49 culture results. Procedures should be as short as possible and some (for example, transtracheal wash) may be performed without chemical restraint or with light sedation alone.

Spix Publishing, Palm Beach. R. (2002) Review of Veterinary Physiology. Teton NewMedia, Jackson. Preoperative Assessment and Preparation of the Patient Joan Duncan 3 The perfect anaesthetic drug would induce reversible unconsciousness, analgesia and muscle relaxation without depression of the heart and lungs. It would not require metabolism and would be non-toxic to the patient. Although the anaesthetic agents used for veterinary patients have improved greatly in recent years, they still fall short of this ideal.

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