College of Veterinary Medicine

Veterinary Medical Center

Anesthesia

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Anesthesia

Services
  • Anesthesia, sedation and pain management services for large and small animals, including exotic species
  • Techniques include the use of injectable drugs, inhalant anesthetics, ventilator management, regional anesthesia/analgesia (peripheral nerve blocks, dental blocks, epidurals/epidural catheterization), constant rate infusions and balanced anesthesia/analgesia
  • Clinical Pain Group integrates current knowledge, research and clinical applications. This includes integrative methods of analgesia (acupuncture, chiropractic, herbal therapy)
  • Continuing education for DVMs and technicians within the VMC, the referring community and at regional/ national/international meetings
  • Speakers for lay groups and breed clubs
  • Special interests Acute and chronic pain management, airway disease, emergency/critical care, integrative medicine, computer-assisted teaching development

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 Useful Information:

  • Small animal cases arriving for same-day service must be checked in at the small animal hospital by 7 a.m.
  • Large animal cases arriving for same-day service must be checked in at the large animal hospital by 9 a.m.
  • Please send any completed blood work and radiographs with the client. Please speak with an anesthesiologist directly regarding specific anesthetic concerns for any of your referred patients.
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  • Last modified on May 9, 2014