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of a tracheal defect may allow carrier gas and vaporized anesthetic to escape from the respiratory tract and into the surrounding environment. This can result in difficulties in maintaining an appropriate anesthetic plane and expose personnel to waste

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liability issues, effects of loss of the internet connection during anesthesia and surgery, and the requirement for a suitable video conference environment for the remote specialist. A backup telephone connection was available throughout anesthesia for the

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limb protect the system and operating room environment from contamination from the dog. Placing a filter immediately distal to the Y-piece on the expiratory limb can allow collection of water, mucus, or edema fluid, causing an obstruction. Filters

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recovery from anesthesia. Although the horse was maintained in a climate-controlled environment (22.2°C [72°F]) for the duration of the anesthetic episode, it was possible that outdoor temperature was a contributing factor, as temperatures were in excess of

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providing adequate perioperative analgesics, allowing recovery in a low-stimulus environment, and administering small doses of an opioid, benzodiazepine, or other hypnotic agent if emergence delirium appears to be occurring. In the dog described in the

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itself with its limbs and appeared interested in its environment. The dog was transferred to an oxygen cage, where recovery from anesthesia continued. The dog was later discharged, and no clinical abnormalities were observed on follow-up examination

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–8 However, it is not known what proportion of pigs involved in research and teaching conducted under general anesthesia recover from the procedure. 9 Whereas there are sparse data regarding postoperative care of pigs in a biomedical research environment

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