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Veterinary Anaesthesia - Vaporisers

Veterinary Vaporisers
Posted in Operations at 08 June, 2017

Previous blog articles have covered the components of an anaesthetic machine. Now we move onto vaporisers; the devices that ensure effective and safe addition of inhalant anaesthetics to the fresh gas flow exiting the common gas outlet. Where is a .........

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Posted by Dr Jen Davis BVMS Masters Vet Anaes. MANZCVS (Anaesthesia & Critical Care) Dip ECVAA
 

Veterinary Anaesthetic Machine Made Simple - Backbar & Common Gas Outlet

Veterinary Anaesthetic Machine Made Easy Part 7 Backbar Common Gas Outlet
Posted in Operations at 04 May, 2017

Part 7 in the series - The Veterinary Anaesthetic Machine Made Simple. The final components of the anaesthetic machine, and of the low pressure area of the machine, are the backbar, pressure relief valve, and common gas outlet....

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Posted by Dr Jen Davis, BVMS Masters Vet Anaes. MANZCVS (Anaesthesia & Critical Care) Dip ECVAA
 

Blood Smears - Make Them A Routine Test in your Veterinary Practice!

Blood Smears Make Them A Routine Test In Your Veterinary Practice V2
Posted in Operations at 20 April, 2017

Blood smear evaluation is an often overlooked but a very important aspect for in-house haematology. With the advancement in haematology analysers that can now detect reticulocytes and even band neutrophils, some practitioners are beginning to rely solely...

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Posted by Dr Gerardo Poli, Director Animal Emergency Services
 

Veterinary Anaesthetic Machine Made Simple - Flowmeters

Veterinary Anaesthetic Machine - Flowmeters Part 6
Posted in Operations at 30 March, 2017

Part 6 in the series The Veterinary Anaesthetic Machine Made Simple, thanks to Dr Gas Vet. What is the Oxygen Flush Valve? The oxygen flush valve delivers oxygen at a high pressure (~400kPa) and flow rate (30 " 70 L/minute). This oxygen comes directly fro...

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2 Comments   Posted by Dr Jen Davis BVMS Masters Vet Anaes. MANZCVS (Anaesthesia & Critical Care) Dip ECVAA
 

Dog Bite Wounds - The tip of the iceberg

Bite Wound Entering The Chest 640x480
Posted in Operations at 23 March, 2017

Dog bite wounds are one of the most common presentations both in general and emergency practice, and they can often be challenging cases. Once you have stabilised the patient, it is time to go speak to the client. Here is the most important point .........

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2 Comments   Posted by Dr Gerardo Poli, Director Animal Emergency Services
 
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