Client education reduces fears of anesthesia, improves animal health

10/18/2012 | Huffington Post, The

Veterinarian Donna Solomon explains that educating owners about anesthesia will help them understand that much-needed procedures, such as dental cleanings, can be conducted safely and painlessly on pets. Owners should know that several factors contribute to the safety of modern pet anesthesia, including a pre-surgical exam and blood tests, medication protocols tailored to the individual animal, advanced monitoring equipment and certified, experienced professionals. "Anesthesia can be scary, but [clients'] fears can be minimized with knowledge," writes Dr. Solomon.

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