Anesthesia Care Unit Center

“ I am worried. I don’t want tosterilize my pet because I don’t want to put it under anesthesia? ”

“ Just dental work, why have to put my pet under anesthesia. Can we do dental scaling in a room ?? ”

“ The pet is too old. Please don’t put it under anesthesia. It may not wake up again”

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          These are just some of the comments from the pet owners when they met ourveterinarians. The pet owners are concerned and worried. Yet, if the pet does not receive complete medical treatment, its condition can get worse. Currently, anesthesia is used on animal for diagnosis, such as anesthesia for radiography or physical examination for treatment such assterilization, dental work or abdominal surgery. It has been commonly used. At any rate, safety has to come with effective medical treatment. Anesthesia Care Unit Center of Thonglor Pet Hospital has a team of specialized veterinarians who are ready to put animals under anesthesia throughout the procedure from risk assessment prior to surgery, nursing care during the surgery and pain assessment after the procedure.

Tools and Equipment

  • Injections to relieve pain and calm the nerves.
  • Anesthesia
  • Vital sign monitoring equipment during anesthesia.

Highlight

  • A team of specialized veterinarians to administer anesthesia.
  • Provide information and assess risk with the pet owner in every case.
  • The device is readily prepared. The equipment is modern and it can well support the medical procedure even when the pet is under critical condition.

          Before putting under anesthesia, the animal to be evaluated by a veterinarian according to the international standard stipulated by The American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) before the surgery. The vet will assess risks by looking at various factors to monitor health risksthat may occur to the animals during the operation. Theyinclude physical examination, the complete blood count check, body chemistry, radiography, electrocardiography, including ultrasound, etc. The information from the examination will be processed to assess the risks. The veterinarian will use drugs according to the condition of individual animal. When the pet is under anesthesia, veterinary specialist will closely monitor vital signs every minute to make sure that the pet is well taken care of when it is in the operation room. For the post-anesthesia care, a team of veterinarians will make the recovery plan until the pet is in good health.

          Maya is a female Siberian Husky, two-year-old, dog. It was sent for treatment at the clinic because of its weak back legs. The physical examination showed that its two back legs were paralyzed. It could not pee well. Test results showed that the dog had a tick-borne blood parasites. The diagnosis by Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) showed a tumor on the spinal cord.Maya needed to have surgery but its blood problembecame an issue for surgery and anesthesia.
Blood parasites may affect blood system such as low blood platelet count and anemia. The dog also had the problem with the back part of its body, affecting its bowel movements and causing the dog to urinate less than usual. The dog was evaluated before the surgery so that the veterinary specialist could do the planning for anesthesia procedure.

MAYA ระหว่างการวางยาสลบ มีการติดอุปกรณ์ตรวจวัดสัญญาณชีพ
สัญญาณชีพที่ทำการตรวจวัดระหว่างการวางยาสลบ

          During the surgery, the dog’s heart was beating slower than usual but the issue was immediately addressed. The surgery was successful. The viral sign was under control to the normal level. The dog recovered from anesthesia and was later transferred to the recovery room. The veterinarian assessed its pain and prescribed the pain medication appropriately. Maya was under care at the clinic until the surgicalscarswere healed. The dog also continued physical therapy afterward.

          It is important for pet owners to be aware that if their pets need to be put under anesthesia, they have to thoroughly prepare their pets by following the instructions ofthe veterinarian. They have to know health problems before surgery. The preparation before anesthesia will benefit the animals to ensure that the pets will receivestandardizedand safe treatment.

+ Clinic Informations

“ I am worried. I don’t want tosterilize my pet because I don’t want to put it under anesthesia? ”

“ Just dental work, why have to put my pet under anesthesia. Can we do dental scaling in a room ?? ”

“ The pet is too old. Please don’t put it under anesthesia. It may not wake up again”

IMG_1460

          These are just some of the comments from the pet owners when they met ourveterinarians. The pet owners are concerned and worried. Yet, if the pet does not receive complete medical treatment, its condition can get worse. Currently, anesthesia is used on animal for diagnosis, such as anesthesia for radiography or physical examination for treatment such assterilization, dental work or abdominal surgery. It has been commonly used. At any rate, safety has to come with effective medical treatment. Anesthesia Care Unit Center of Thonglor Pet Hospital has a team of specialized veterinarians who are ready to put animals under anesthesia throughout the procedure from risk assessment prior to surgery, nursing care during the surgery and pain assessment after the procedure.

Tools and Equipment

  • Injections to relieve pain and calm the nerves.
  • Anesthesia
  • Vital sign monitoring equipment during anesthesia.

Highlight

  • A team of specialized veterinarians to administer anesthesia.
  • Provide information and assess risk with the pet owner in every case.
  • The device is readily prepared. The equipment is modern and it can well support the medical procedure even when the pet is under critical condition.

          Before putting under anesthesia, the animal to be evaluated by a veterinarian according to the international standard stipulated by The American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) before the surgery. The vet will assess risks by looking at various factors to monitor health risksthat may occur to the animals during the operation. Theyinclude physical examination, the complete blood count check, body chemistry, radiography, electrocardiography, including ultrasound, etc. The information from the examination will be processed to assess the risks. The veterinarian will use drugs according to the condition of individual animal. When the pet is under anesthesia, veterinary specialist will closely monitor vital signs every minute to make sure that the pet is well taken care of when it is in the operation room. For the post-anesthesia care, a team of veterinarians will make the recovery plan until the pet is in good health.

+ Case study

          Maya is a female Siberian Husky, two-year-old, dog. It was sent for treatment at the clinic because of its weak back legs. The physical examination showed that its two back legs were paralyzed. It could not pee well. Test results showed that the dog had a tick-borne blood parasites. The diagnosis by Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) showed a tumor on the spinal cord.Maya needed to have surgery but its blood problembecame an issue for surgery and anesthesia.
Blood parasites may affect blood system such as low blood platelet count and anemia. The dog also had the problem with the back part of its body, affecting its bowel movements and causing the dog to urinate less than usual. The dog was evaluated before the surgery so that the veterinary specialist could do the planning for anesthesia procedure.

MAYA ระหว่างการวางยาสลบ มีการติดอุปกรณ์ตรวจวัดสัญญาณชีพ
สัญญาณชีพที่ทำการตรวจวัดระหว่างการวางยาสลบ

          During the surgery, the dog’s heart was beating slower than usual but the issue was immediately addressed. The surgery was successful. The viral sign was under control to the normal level. The dog recovered from anesthesia and was later transferred to the recovery room. The veterinarian assessed its pain and prescribed the pain medication appropriately. Maya was under care at the clinic until the surgicalscarswere healed. The dog also continued physical therapy afterward.

          It is important for pet owners to be aware that if their pets need to be put under anesthesia, they have to thoroughly prepare their pets by following the instructions ofthe veterinarian. They have to know health problems before surgery. The preparation before anesthesia will benefit the animals to ensure that the pets will receivestandardizedand safe treatment.