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Checklists for veterinary anaesthesia
  1. Laura Honey

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Everyone should have a look at this article and make sure that their practice is doing as well as it can

Errors in anaesthesia are inevitable in veterinary practice, but they can be reduced by following some strict, straightforward checklists, explains Alastair Mair in an article in this month’s issue of In Practice. He highlights the importance of checklists and explores the comparison between human healthcare checklists and those used in veterinary medicine (p 316). The article has been selected as the editor’s choice by our senior clinical editor, Stephen Baines, who said: ‘This is an excellent and very practical article on a topic that is becoming increasingly important in veterinary medicine. For those practices already …

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