Monthly Archives: May 2016

A Two Minute Overview of Peri-Anesthesia Hypothermia: The Problem & The Solution

Ken Crump (kencrump.com) is a writer and animal anesthetist and writes Making Anesthesia Easier for DarvallVet.  He makes dozens of Continuing Education presentations on veterinary oncology and anesthesia across the United States and in Canada.  Ken retired from Colorado State … Continue reading

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Go With The Flow – How to decide the oxygen flow rate for small animal anesthesia

Let’s begin this article by saying, “You’re right!”  Whatever oxygen flow rate you routinely use when anesthetizing your patients, whether it’s determined by careful calculation, by habit, or by setting it where you’re told to set it, “You’re right!”  This … Continue reading

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