Category:Monitoring Anaesthesia

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Monitoring Anaesthesia

It is vitally important to monitor patients during an anaesthetic so that any problems are detected early and can be treated as necessary. A member of staff should be specifically appointed the task of monitoring the patient during anaesthesia, which requires significant coordination of monitoring of physical parameters and electronic equipment readouts. Records should always be kept of the assessment of the animal throughout the procedure and these records kept along with the surgical notes on the patient's file for future reference. The following links give specific details on monitoring techniques and how to interpret the information detected.

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Pages in category "Monitoring Anaesthesia"

The following 6 pages are in this category, out of 6 total.