Veterinary surgery is one of the broadest branches of veterinary medicine. Our veterinary hospital evaluates and selects the type of anesthetic that is appropriate for your animal:
1. Inhalation anesthesia - when an animal receives anesthetic with oxygen through a tracheal tube introduced into the trachea. Inhalation anesthesia is one of the safest forms of anesthesia, although any anesthetic for both a sick and a healthy animal carries risks.
2. Noninhalation narcosis - intramuscular, intravenous, etc.
Our veterinary clinic offers a wide range of surgical services:
castration of dogs and cats;
castration of cryptorchids;
oral and soft tissue surgery;
soft tissue surgery - spleen, bladder, etc. operations.
Before any surgical procedure, the need to use a particular anesthetic is assessed on an individual patient basis to minimize the risk of complications. Also, it is recommended that blood tests be performed to assess the body's overall functional status (liver and kidney function, etc.).
If necessary, additional specialists are called in for complicated surgical operations.