By C. Max Lang D.V.M. (auth.)
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This chapter deals only with anesthesia in dogs, since the procedures described in this book are most commonly done in dogs. I. Preanesthetic Medications All supplies and equipment should be prepared in advance. Preanesthetic medications are often given to prevent apprehension, inhibit salivation, produce analgesia, and reduce the amount of anesthetic agent necessary to bring the animal to a surgical plane of anesthesia. P. (2 to 10 mg/kg subcutaneously). Morphine and meperidine are narcotics and have an analgesic as well as a sedative effect.
8) One end of the suture is grasped with a pair of forceps and pulled upward at a right angle to the skin surface, thus exposing a portion of the suture that has been buried in the skin. The suture is cut at that point. (C) The suture is gently pulled out of the skin. skin sutures should be left in longer. In long, weight-bearing incisions (such as midline abdominal incisions), the sutures should remain in place at least a week and sometimes as long as cwo weeks. It should be remembered, however, that scar tissue continues to form as long as the sutures remain in place.
The upper picture shows a system with the vaporizer out of the circuit (VOC); the lower picture shows a VIC system, with the vaporizer in the circuit. 43 C. Max Lang and Howard C. Httghes B. Volatile anesthetic agents The inhalation anesthetics most commonly used for dogs are halothane and methoxyflurane. Both are potent, nonirritating, and nonexplosive. Halothane, because of its high vaporization pressure, should never be used in an open system, but only in calibrated vaporizers. Halothane rapidly induces anesthesia when the inspired concentration reaches 3 to 5 %.
Animal Physiologic Surgery by C. Max Lang D.V.M. (auth.)