Dennis R Gieser
G Mark Johnston
The first response of an adult horse when recovering from being anesthestized is to try and stand up
Recovery from anesthesia
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Abdomen: ventral midline hernioplasty
Anesthesia: general - overview
Anesthesia: induction - overview
Anesthesia: monitoring - cardiac output and blood pressure
Anesthesia: peri-operative complications - transient blindness
Anesthesia: ventilators - overview
Cardiovascular: arterial pulse palpation
Eyelid: tarsorrhaphy - temporary
Fluid therapy: overview
Magnetic resonance imaging
Muscle: myopathy - postanesthetic
Musculoskeletal: Robert Jones bandage
Orbit: fracture repair
Peri-operative lidocaine infusion: IV
Pharynx: cyst - resection
Radius: fracture repair
Scapula: fracture - supraglenoid tubercle
Soft palate: dorsal displacement
Testis: castration - overview
Therapeutics: anti-inflammatory drugs
Ulna: fracture repair
Uterus: caesarean section
Caring for your horse before and after surgery
Reproduction: breeding assessment examination - stallion
Local anesthesia: intratesticular
Stress in Guinea Pigs
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