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Sedación y analgesia en urgencias en perros

Valoración Valoración: 5 Estrellas

Descripción: Artículo de acceso libre describiendo fármacos y procedimientos analgésicos de urgencias de perros (requiere darse de alta).

TITULO FUENTE ORIGINAL:

Sedation & Analgesia for Canine Emergencies

AUTORES:

Moon-Massat PF

REVISTA ABREV.:

Clinicians's Brief

AÑO:

2008

REFERENCIA:

CB Jul 8:58

RESUMEN ORIGINAL:

Procedural sedation and analgesia (PSA) techniques include a broad spectrum of protocols from anxiolysis and pain relief to deep sedation for patients undergoing diagnostic or therapeutic procedures.
In many emergency situations, general anesthesia may be preferable to PSA because it allows complete control of the airway and the ability to assist ventilation and/or provide 100% oxygen....
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Procedural sedation and analgesia (PSA) techniques include a broad spectrum of protocols from anxiolysis and pain relief to deep sedation for patients undergoing diagnostic or therapeutic procedures.
In many emergency situations, general anesthesia may be preferable to PSA because it allows complete control of the airway and the ability to assist ventilation and/or provide 100% oxygen. The following guidelines are based on the assumption that the veterinarian has appropriately selected sedation rather than general anesthesia.
One challenge when discussing guidelines for PSA is covering the wide mix of patient situations, operator skills, procedures, and conditions under which a particular patient is treated. As such, these guidelines may require modification for individual case scenarios.
Despite the commonality of PSA, no controlled veterinary trials are available. Therefore, recommendations provided in this article are based on the author's personal experiences and on consensus opinions from academic and private practice specialists.

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