surgery• Intravenous catheterization and fluid therapy to support the cardiovascular system during anesthetic procedures.
• Appropriate use of injectable pre-medications and anesthetic induction agents.
• Inhalant anesthetic agents and oxygen administered via endotracheal tube.
• Patients closely monitored during surgical procedures by a trained veterinary technician, utilizing both manual and electronic monitoring equipment.
• A variety of elective and non-elective soft tissue surgical procedures, including, but not limited to: desexing (spay, neuter), declawing, gastrointestinal foreign body removal, mass removals, splenectomy, removal of uroliths (bladder stones), and ophthalmologic surgery.
• Biopsies, both invasive and dermatologic “punch” biopsies, submitted to board certified pathologists for histopathology.
• Cryotherapy for ophthalmologic and dermatologic procedures.
• In-house referral to Dr. Calvin Kobluk, a board certified veterinary surgical specialist.