Anesthesia and Patient Monitoring

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    General Anesthesia

    For certain procedures we feel it is safer to give your pet a combination of medications which induce general anesthesia, a state of unconsciousness in which your pet will not…

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    Patient Monitoring

    Your pet is closely monitored to ensure their safety during anesthetic procedures. A veterinary technician will monitor your pet’s heart rhythm and oxygen level using an electrocardiogram and pulse oximeter…

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    Sedation and Local Anesthesia

    Sedation may be recommended for procedures that do not require general anesthesia.  In these instances, we will use a combination of a pain reliever and a sedative.  This approach allows us to…