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Abstract: Anaesthesia for the Laparoscopic Patient

Abstract: Anaesthesia for the Laparoscopic Patient

It can be appreciated that insufflation of the abdomen during laparoscopy affects multiple physiological processes that the veterinary team should be aware of.

Upgrading or Investing? How to choose your new Multi-parameter Monitor

Upgrading or Investing? How to choose your new Multi-parameter Monitor

This blog is intended to highlight the required considerations when choosing the best-suited multiparameter for your practice. The following specifications will help you work through these options

Ready, Set, Ventilate! But first, are you prepared?

Ready, Set, Ventilate! But first, are you prepared?

This blog discusses why a patient may require support with their ventilation and then explores the issues above, before setting out a framework to follow that ensures your practice is ready to receive and work with a new ventilator.  

ECGs: Getting a Trustworthy Trace

ECGs: Getting a Trustworthy Trace

Although ECG monitoring has become more common in everyday practice, understanding how to use the machine itself is just as important as being able to identify different complexes and waveforms.

Practical Pulse Oximetry - Part 2 of 2

Practical Pulse Oximetry - Part 2 of 2

Pulse oximeters are a widely available piece of patient monitoring equipment, used in veterinary anaesthesia. They are inexpensive, easy to use and provide non-invasive methods to gain real-time information on oxygen transport while providing an audible and visual pulse rate

Practical Pulse Oximetry - Part 1 of 2

Practical Pulse Oximetry - Part 1 of 2

Pulse oximeters are a widely available piece of patient monitoring equipment, used in veterinary anaesthesia. They are inexpensive, easy to use and provide non-invasive methods to gain real-time information on oxygen transport while providing an audible and visual pulse rate.

Managing Anaesthesia Related Hypothermia in Cats & Dogs

Managing Anaesthesia Related Hypothermia in Cats & Dogs

An examination of the causes & consequences of hypothermia, its prevention and treatment, and then look at the range of Burtons products available to help you, help your patients.

Anaesthesia for the Dental Patient - Part 2

Anaesthesia for the Dental Patient - Part 2

Highlighting the anaesthesia-specific considerations in patients undergoing dental treatment.

Anaesthesia for the Dental Patient - Part 1

Anaesthesia for the Dental Patient - Part 1

Highlighting the anaesthesia-specific considerations in patients undergoing dental treatment.

Take the stress out of compliance

Take the stress out of compliance

With a service that is more than just equipment repair

A new era in patient monitoring & safety

A new era in patient monitoring & safety
A common (mis)interpretation of a time-capnogram, is that a rising CO2 level is associated with expiration, and a falling CO2 level is associated with inspiration. Read our blog on how colour coded capnography could eradicate this problem.

The Annequin – Realistic, in-practice capnography & ventilation training

The Annequin – Realistic, in-practice capnography & ventilation training

The Annequin simulates the exact behaviour and responses seen in a ventilated animal, with respect to CO2 elimination. Read our blog on how the Annequin can improve training and provide a realistic experience like no other in the industry.

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