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Abstract

Collapse is defined as a failure to maintain a normal supported posture with or without loss of consciousness. This chapter looks at acute emergency presentation, episodic collapse and apparent collapse or ambulatory disorders. : Intravenous catheterization; Approach to hypotension; Intravenous fluid therapy; Recording and interpreting an electrocardiogram.

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Image of Leadercath from Vygon, long-stay catheter shown alongside guidewire and introducer that come as a set. The author prefers to use a 22 G over-the-needle short intravenous catheter as an introducer.
Leadercath from Vygon, long-stay catheter shown alongside guidewire and introducer that come as a set. The author prefers to use a 22 G over-the-needle short intravenous catheter as an introducer. Leadercath from Vygon, long-stay catheter shown alongside guidewire and introducer that come as a set. The author prefers to use a 22 G over-the-needle short intravenous catheter as an introducer.
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Image of This long-stay catheter has wings to facilitate suturing and/or taping to the skin.
This long-stay catheter has wings to facilitate suturing and/or taping to the skin. This long-stay catheter has wings to facilitate suturing and/or taping to the skin.
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Image of Highly adhesive tape has been used to secure the catheter in this cat, but this has been placed over thinner tape to facilitate comfortable removal. A soft bandage followed by a self-adhesive wrap-type bandage should be placed over these.
Highly adhesive tape has been used to secure the catheter in this cat, but this has been placed over thinner tape to facilitate comfortable removal. A soft bandage followed by a self-adhesive wrap-type bandage should be placed over these. Highly adhesive tape has been used to secure the catheter in this cat, but this has been placed over thinner tape to facilitate comfortable removal. A soft bandage followed by a self-adhesive wrap-type bandage should be placed over these.
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Image of ECG recording in right lateral recumbency.
ECG recording in right lateral recumbency. ECG recording in right lateral recumbency.
Image of ECG recording in sternal recumbency.
ECG recording in sternal recumbency. ECG recording in sternal recumbency.
Image of Plastic colour-coded alligator clips.
Plastic colour-coded alligator clips. Plastic colour-coded alligator clips.
Image of (a) Standard metal alligator clip; (b) filed and flattened clip to reduce skin pinching.
(a) Standard metal alligator clip; (b) filed and flattened clip to reduce skin pinching. (a) Standard metal alligator clip; (b) filed and flattened clip to reduce skin pinching.
Image of Comfy Clips. (Courtesy of East Anglia Cardiology Ltd)
Comfy Clips. (Courtesy of East Anglia Cardiology Ltd) Comfy Clips. (Courtesy of East Anglia Cardiology Ltd)
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Attaching clips to the hair. Attaching clips to the hair.
Image of A variety of disposable pre-gelled self-adhesive electrodes are available.
A variety of disposable pre-gelled self-adhesive electrodes are available. A variety of disposable pre-gelled self-adhesive electrodes are available.
Image of Clips can be attached to pre-gelled self-adhesive electrodes.
Clips can be attached to pre-gelled self-adhesive electrodes. Clips can be attached to pre-gelled self-adhesive electrodes.

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