In explaining how a noxious stimulus in the periphery becomes an electrical impulse in the cerebral cortex, veterinary anesthesiologist Dr. Mike Barletta ultimately makes a case for multimodal pain management.
Practical tips for improving your pain protocols and increasing veterinary patient comfort by extending local anesthetic blocks.
Monitoring ventilation is critical in dogs and cats undergoing dental procedures.
Caudal epidural anesthesia allows for invasive procedures while the horse is sedated in standing position without pain or discomfort.
Having a thorough understanding of analgesia, pain and dysphoria is necessary to provide appropriate management interventions that will help achieve a positive outcome for your veterinary patients.
Ensuring that all parts of your veterinary anesthesia machine are in good working order requires both preventive care and routine maintenance. Here's how to detect leaks in your machine's pressure systems.