Fluid Therapy and Recovery Factors for the Anesthetized Patient
This course will include a review of body fluid requirements and physiology, including an update on fluid movement between body compartments. This will be followed by fluid requirements for anesthetized patients, a review of the types of fluids used during anesthesia and how to choose which one to use, how to choose and calculate fluid rates, and a discussion on the consequences of fluid overload. We will also discuss newer technology for monitoring fluid responsiveness. The second part of the lecture will focus on how to safely and smoothly recover an anesthetized patient, including videos showing different types of complicated recoveries and how to differentiate and manage them.
Adrianna Sage, DVM, MS, DACVAA, cVMA
Dr. Adrianna Sage obtained her DVM from the University of Guelph in 2008. She worked in small animal general practice for over seven years before completing a residency in anesthesia and pain management and a Master's of Science at the University of Illinois. She is a diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Anesthesia and Analgesia and a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconsin.