How to perform thoracocentisis and how to place a thoracotomy
In this webinar, we will go through a quick introduction on why it is important to treat pain in these patients to then go through pain morbidity, so which are the consequences of pain in critically ill patients and finally we will discuss the different pharmacological considerations or options available for our critical or ill patients.
Pre Anaesthetic assessment is the first stage of anaesthesia.
It is important to know that entry anaesthesia involves risk.
It is the anaesthetist task to evaluate every patient’s risk to optimise the perioperative management, reduce the risk, and improve the anaesthetic safety of the procedure.
It is crucial to perform a physical examination to start within every case. Many systemic disorders can give rise to clinical science that may potentially look like a neurological disease. Dogs and cats with, let’s say, anaemia or abdominal discomfort, or heart disease may potentially present with signs of obtundation, tetraparesis or collapsing episodes that can look like seizures.