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The practice of veterinary anaesthesia and analgesia: legal and ethical aspects

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Abstract

The most fundamental consideration in the practice of veterinary medicine and surgery is the health and welfare of the animals that are entrusted to our care. The prevention of pain and suffering is paramount. This chapter looks at the aims of anaesthesia and analgesia, the choice of anaesthetic technique, legislation, health and safety and environmental considerations.

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1.1 Scavenging from a capnograph. (a) Tubing attached to the exhaust port of the monitor. (b) The distal end of the tubing can be attached via an adaptor to the scavenging system. (Courtesy of Marieke de Vries, Davies Veterinary Specialists, Higham Gobion, UK)

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