In the previous investigation significant decreases in spo 2 were observed in cats in the first few minutes of anaesthesia one cat was apnoeic after induction of anaesthesia one cat was cyanotic and responded sluggishly to o 2 supplementation one cat had bradycardia 60 beats min and three cats were hypotensive doppler sap 90 mmhg. Cats and anesthesia when they need it the risks and how to care for cats after anesthesia your cat will likely get anesthesia at some point so what are the risks associated with cats and . General anaesthesia to keep them unconscious whilst the procedure is being performed anaesthesia for the geriatric dog and cat 2008 hughes jml irish veterinary journal 616 pp380 387 discusses the use of anaesthesia in older cats including cats with kidney disease. Overview as is the case for us our four legged friends may require anesthesia as part of a surgery or procedure kittens receive anesthesia when they are spayed or neutered and most pets receive anesthesia at least once more during their lifetimes general anesthesia is achieved by administering drugs that suppress your cats nerve response. The word anesthesia comes from the greek meaning lack of sensation anesthesia is accomplished by administering drugs that depress nerve function with general anesthesia the patient is made unconscious for a short period during this unconscious state there is muscular relaxation and a complete loss of pain sensation
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