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Blood Pressure Monitoring Under Anesthesia in Companion Animals No. 21

Centers for Oral Care New England & New York Animal Dental Health Services No. 21~08March2017 DH DeForge, VMD Fellow of the Academy of Veterinary Dentistry
Blood Pressure Monitoring Under Anesthesia in Companion Animals
“There are no safe anesthetic agents; there are no safe anesthetic procedures; there are only safe anesthetists.” – Robert M. Smith, MD
Abstract: Blood pressure monitoring under anesthesia is a very important parameter to evaluate circulatory changes that could cause hypotension.  Coupled with % hemoglobin concentration; electrocardiogram; end tidal C02 measurement; body temperature; and physical vital signs monitored by the anesthesia monitoring assistant--- the anesthesia journey can be well evaluated preventing unexpected difficulties from occurring.

Anesthesia Monitoring-Non-Invasive Blood Pressure: A Discussion

ACVA Monitoring Guidelines Update, 2009 Recommendations for monitoring anesthetized veterinary patient CIRCULATION1)Palpation of…