Veterinary anesthetist Stephen Cital explains why anesthesia monitoring for exotic animals should be the same as for dogs and cats.
At this year's Atlantic Coast Veterinary Conference (ACVC), Stephen Cital, RVT, RLAT, SRA, VCCS, VTS-LAM, veterinary technician specialist and anesthetist, spoke to dvm360 about anesthesia monitoring in dogs and cats versus monitoring in exotic animals.
When it comes to exotic animals, Cital says, “We shouldn't neccessarily have a difference in the way we are monitoring these animals."
Cital also explains that although anesthesia monitoring of exotic animals should mimic the process followed for cats and dogs, an anesthetist may experience a few equipment challenges due to the size of some exotic animals.
Find out more about these challenges in the video below.