Anesthesia is a subject that often worries many owners, but many pets will undergo an anaesthetic during their lifetime. It is important to therefore have an understanding of the subject.
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Anesthetic induction: overview
Anesthetic premedication: overview
General anesthesia: overview
Local anesthesia: overview
Laparoscopic ovariectomy (keyhole spay)
Samples - how they help your veterinarian
Scanning - the inside picture
Spaying/Neutering your cat
Surgery - pre- and post-operative care
Total ear canal ablation
X-rays and Ultrasound
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