Surgery & Anesthesia
From routine spays and neuters to diagnostic and emergency surgeries, the team at Paradise Animal hospital is here to meet your pet’s needs.
Our Approach to Surgery
Prior to receiving anesthesia, you veterinarian will perform a thorough physical examination on your pet, review their medical history, and discuss any potential risk factors for your pet. Pre-anesthetic bloodwork will be performed prior to surgery to ensure that no underlying health issues are present that could complicate recovery from surgery and anesthesia. During anesthesia, we will monitor your pet’s heart rate, respiratory rate, blood pressure, temperature, capnography, and pulse oximetry. Your pet is monitored closely when recovering from anesthesia and we provide follow-up care for your pet’s timely recovery.
We keep your pet safe
Some veterinary procedures need to be performed with your pet under general anesthesia (e.g., spays, neuters, dentistry, some diagnostic imaging). General anesthesia allows for controlled unconsciousness in your pet so that surgery and these other procedures to be performed without your pet experiencing pain, discomfort, or fear.
Our veterinarians and technicians are trained in performing surgical procedures, ranging from routine spays and neuters to more advanced soft tissue and abdominal surgeries.
We are here for your pets needs.
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