Anesthesia Preparation in a Veterinary Hospital

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Induction is:

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1. This is a temporary state induced by medication that includes any or all of the following: muscle relaxation, unconsciousness, a lack memory, and a lack of sensation (including a lack of pain):

2. A board certified veterinarian skilled in the administration of anesthetics (substances that produce anesthesia) is called a(n):

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

The quiz and corresponding worksheet help you to evaluate your current knowledge of the preparations that occur before veterinary anesthesia. Topics you must know to successfully pass the quiz include the definition of induction and the term for a board certified veterinarian skilled in the use of anesthesia.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Assess your understanding of the following aspects of veterinary anesthesia preparations using this quiz and worksheet:

  • The hollow tube inserted into a vein
  • Medication induced state resulting in lack of memory or sensation
  • Who administers anesthesia
  • Where a patient is pre-medicated, induced, and intubated

Skills Practiced

You will practice these skills as you complete the quiz and worksheet:

  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you can accurately define main phrases, such as induction
  • Reading comprehension - verify that you draw the most important information relating to where anesthetic care takes place
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you gained regarding anesthesia

Additional Learning

Learn more about veterinary anesthesia preparations from the lesson titled Anesthesia Preparation in a Veterinary Hospital. It covers these following objectives:

  • Explore the results of inappropriate pain management
  • Define intubation
  • Explain the purpose of the cocktail
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