2. Avoiding complications
COMPLICATIONS arising during recovery from anaesthesia in horses are common and, in many cases, potentially fatal. This article, the second of two reviewing this subject, considers how complications might be prevented, with particular emphasis on the different techniques available for assisted recovery. An article published in the July/August issue (In Practice, volume 31, pp 340-347) discussed problems associated with recovery from anaesthesia in horses and how they might be managed appropriately.
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