Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff: When Not to Panic During Anesthesia

Don’t panic, this on-demand presentation will review clinical situations when anesthetists may panic but may not be that big of a concern. The situations include high or low heart rates, common arrhythmias seen during anesthesia, a decrease in the pulse oximeter reading, and panting or apnea during anesthesia. The possible causes will be discussed, as well as when to intervene and what treatment options are appropriate. A short survey quiz is required to earn 1 hour of RACE approved CE for veterinary technicians and veterinarians.

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