We monitor our patients to keep them as safe as possible during procedures that require general anesthesia. A veterinary nurse will continually assess your pet’s heart and respiratory rate, blood pressure, ECG, Carbon Dioxide(CO2), Pulse Oximetry(PO2)and other vital signs to help reduce anesthetic risk. Patient comfort is enhanced during anaesthesia time through our investment in intravenous fluid warmers and state of the art warm air surgical blankets. Keeps them warm and cozy and speeds up their recovery time following their procedure. This investment in equipment and highly trained nurses is evidence of our commitment to your beloved pet’s safety.
You may be surprised to find out that very few veterinary hospitals in this area have dedicated as many resources to making sure your pet has state of the art care and comfort during anaesthesia as we have. If you are a client of ours you can be confident in knowing that we have done our best to give your family pet the best. If you are not yet our client, I challenge you to ask other veterinary hospitals in this area if they have committed to ALL of the same safety and comfort equipment that both the Greenway Drive and Kingscliff Vet Hospitals offer. If they have, congratulations, you have chosen a veterinary care team that has your pet’s safety and comfort as priority #1!
What we offer you is the expected standard of care for a Hospital of Excellence. You will not find another vet in the Tweed region with this Australia Small Animal Veterinary Association accreditation. That’s because we have dedicated our hospitals to maintaining high standards.
Their is a difference if you know what to look for and ask for. Demand excellence from us, we demand it from ourselves.
Please feel free to ask us about our patient monitoring protocol or any concerns you might have about your pet’s procedure.