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Anaesthetic monitoring: what’s normal, what’s not, and what can I do about it? Part two

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Abstract

Monitoring the anaesthetised patient is absolutely vital to ensure their safety. This is the second of a two part lecture for vets and veterinary nurses that shows you what is normal and what is not when monitoring a patient under anaesthesia and what you can do to correct it. The lectures will help you understand how to recognise normal and abnormal waveforms for capnography, recognise normal and abnormal ECGs, improve your knowledge of pulse oximetry, and have a better understanding of how pain can effect anaesthesia. Claire Woolford is a head nurse at Anderson Moores Veterinary Specialists; she achieved her VTS (Veterinary Technician Specialist) status in Anaesthesia and Analgesia in 2013, and is a member of the AVTAA Credentials Committee. Claire have provided lectures on anaesthesia and surgical nursing at local and national conferences. These recordings replace the Southern Region meeting originally scheduled for 20th May 2020. Please note that the lecture recording and accompanying notes are as provided and have not been edited. This lecture is available to BSAVA members and to non-members who registered for the original meeting. Others may purchase access, either by selecting ‘buy online access’ or by using a library pass.

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