Anaesthetising a common buzzard for distal humeral fracture repair: a patient care report
Saturday, September 2, 2017
This article discusses the care of a common buzzard, found injured by a member of the public, during anaesthesia for distal humeral fracture repair. The veterinary nurse plays a vital role in supporting patients before, during and after anaesthesia. The anaesthetic considerations for this patient during induction, intubation, maintenance and monitoring are discussed.
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