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May 24, 2019

Following on from the isoflurane shortage in the UK our Us colleagues now face an opioid shortage. Opioid free anaesthesia may well become common place in the future as our understanding of the longer term consequences of opioids increases.  However how comfortable wou...

May 17, 2019

A practice review involves an assessment of your current anaesthetic equipment, protocol and techniques.

June 15, 2018

Come wash away the winter blues with a trip to the Gold Coast in the September School Holidays.  I, along with David Clarke (Dental Specialist), will be delivering a 3 day conference in Sunny Queensland.  Real life cases, practical solutions and time to

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May 19, 2016

Post-anaesthetic blindness historically was thought to be associated with poor perfusion and oxygenation.  However, a paper by Stiles et al in 2012 showed that the use of a mouth gag was a risk factor for blindness following anaesthesia in cats.  The paper reviewed 20...

May 13, 2016

Unless you are anaesthetising rabbits regularly, seeing a rabbit dental or ovariohysterectomy on your surgery list for the day may cause a restless night’s sleep. Added to this the pressure of working with a celebrity client (the Easter Bunny) creates another level anx...

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