Capnometry is the measurement of carbon dioxide (CO2) in exhaled gases (ETCO2). When monitoring capnography, we must be able to not only record the ETCO2 value, but also interpret the shape of the capnogram waveform. This webinar will ensure a sound understanding of capnography as well as highlight many capnogram traces and the likely causes of each.
It can be immensely stressful when a patient does not breathe “normally” or the way we expect whilst under anaesthesia. This webinar will focus on some common respiratory complications such as apnoea, hypercapnia and desaturation, and examine possible causes as well as multiple treatment options for each complication.
This webinar is an evidence based update on sedation and premedication in small animal practice today. We will review premedication and sedation drugs, combinations, and dose rates for cats and dogs, as well as discuss drug combinations to use in aggressive or difficult to handle patients.