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Is Anesthesia Safe For My Pet?
No doubt this can be a source of anxiety and stress for many pet owners. General anesthetic procedure is required for professional dental cleaning and for any other pain free minor/major surgical procedures. Maybe you worry about whether your pet will be well-cared for, or perhaps you have concerns about adequate precautions and monitoring. Let us address your concerns. Whether your pet needs anesthesia for dental cleaning or a complex procedure, don’t settle less than the best and safest anesthetic protocols we offer.
What Makes Our Anesthesia Safe?
Pre-Anesthetic Physical Exam
To make sure your pet is overtly healthy to go under anesthesia.
Pre-Anesthetic Blood Work
To make sure your pet is also healthy internally. It’s a mandatory and important part of our anesthetic safety procedure. This info is very important in choosing a safer anesthetic protocol for your pet.
To make this process pain free and reduces pet’s anxiety and need for general anesthetic agent. A combination of mild sedative and pain medicines are given 30 minutes before anesthetic process.
Human Grade Anesthetic and Induction Meds
We only use human grade medicines like Propofol and Sevoflurane for induction and maintenance of anesthesia. The benefit pet goes under quickly and recovers faster reducing anesthetic and recovery time.
In all anesthetic procedure we have IV catheter in place to deal with any emergency situation quickly.
Sate-of-the-art Monitoring Equipment
Not only a dedicated Vet Tech is monitoring anesthetic procedure but also your pet is being monitored for temperature, pulse quality, respiration rate, heart rate, EKG, blood pressure, and oxygen saturation using State-of-the-Art monitoring equipment.
Endotracheal Tube (ET) in Place
In every anesthetic procedure we use ET to keep the trachea open to supply anesthetic agent efficiently to the pet.
IV Fluid with Infusion Pump
Every pet under general anesthesia receives IV fluids to maintain body functions.
Warm circulating pads/heater and IV line warming equipment are used during anesthesia and recovery processes.
Dedicated Vet Tech
Helping DVM and maintaining optimal conditions for the pet under anesthesia.