Before the anesthetic procedure A thorough history of current and past medical problems can provide valuable information about your petÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s physical condition. A history of poor ability to exercise may indicate abnormal heart or lung function, an important consideration when planning an anesthetic procedure. Physical examination may reveal abnormalities of the heart or lungs that [...]
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See this video about Dog Teeth Cleaning without Anesthesia, according to this video Non-anesthetic dog teeth cleaning eliminates anesthesia risks, and also high vet bills, but these “anesthesia-free” practitioners are not certified, and have no legally-mandated training or experience.
As pet owners, we are all concerned about the risks associated with anesthesia and surgery. Anesthesia and surgery is a more exact science than you might expect. The safety of general anesthesia is dependent upon the anesthetic agent, the equipment used, the methods of patient monitoring, patient status, and the expertise of the people involved. [...]