Physiological monitoring during general anaesthesia is of the utmost importance to ensure adequate oxygen delivery to vital tissues and therefore avoid harm.  Indeed, anaesthetic monitoring is associated with reduced peri-anaesthetic risk in small animals. With various international veterinary bodies (AAHA, AVCAA) releasing anaesthetic monitoring guidelines, it is imperative that veterinarians and veterinary nurses have a strong understanding of this topic. This course, run by the Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia Chapter of the ANZCVS, provides high quality, clinically relevant, and practical training in all aspects of anaesthetic monitoring for dogs and cats.

Skill Level: Beginner