VetMED has access to board-certified veterinary anesthesiologists who are available to consult with your pet’s surgeon upon request.
Some pet parents feel uneasy at the prospect of their pet undergoing anesthesia for a procedure. Veterinary anesthesia is widely used for pets in many medically necessary situations. Modern veterinary anesthesia techniques are considered extremely safe, though, as with any medical procedure, there are circumstances where complications can arise. Some pets are considered at a higher risk for these uncommon complications, including some older pets or those with certain pre-existing conditions. VetMED has access to board-certified veterinary anesthesiologists who are available to consult with your pet’s surgeon upon request.
A board-certified veterinary anesthesiologist is a veterinarian who has undergone years of rigorous training in the field of anesthesia and pain management and has passed a comprehensive certifying exam. They are highly experienced in developing effective anesthetic and pain management plans and in providing advanced anesthesia medications and techniques safely during a medical procedure. Veterinary anesthesiology specialists are highly attuned to the subtle changes in your anesthetized pet that can occur during a procedure and are prepared to manage a possible complication or adverse reaction to the medications.
To request that your surgeon collaborates with a board-certified veterinary anesthesiologist on your pet’s procedure, be sure to speak to your surgical team when scheduling.
Anesthetic Planning, Monitoring & Management
Consultations for high-risk patients