Steve Haskins, DVM, MVS, DACVA, DACVECC
Pain assessment and management strategies (Proceedings)
Pain is defined as an aversive sensory and emotional experience.
Monitoring and management of perioperative problems (Proceedings)
All commercially available sedatives and anesthetics are safe when properly administered to normal animals.
Potassium, phosphorus, and calcium treatment of severe abnormalities (Proceedings)
Potassium concentration is very commonly abnormal in critically ill patients.
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (Proceedings)
Veterinary and human studies cite a 30 to 60% rate of return of a spontaneous beating heart.
Guidelines for plasma and red cell therapy in critical patients (Proceedings)
Plasma might be administered for its albumin or coagulation factor content.
Acid-base assessment and treatment of severe abnormalities (Proceedings)
The pH is a logarithmic representation of the hydrogen ion activity. It is an overall representation of the net effect of all of the acidotic and alkalotic processes in the body.