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Hypotension During Anesthesia

CE Event Information

  • Description:
    This discussion includes:

    - A review of physiologic principles related to the clinical monitoring of blood pressure
    - Factors that contribute to intraoperative hypotension in companion animals
    - Practical considerations for healthy and ill patients
    - Monitoring patients undergoing anesthesia
    - Constructing a clinical response when blood pressure readings drop
    - Intravenous fluid therapy and pharmacologic options
    - Dr. Love provides two clinical case examples of hypotension and her approach to managing these patients

    Running time: 47 mins

    Free registration for Premium Membership subscribers ( Basic Member Fee: $28
  • Sponsor: VetVine
  • Presenter(s): Lydia Love, DVM, DACVAA
  • Fee (Basic Membership): $28

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    Small Animal Critical Care Medicine, 2009, Chapter 205, pp 868-871. Author: Lori S. Waddell.