Grant Square Animal Hospital
On the day of the surgery, the patient history, blood work results, client request and concerns, as well as specific about the procedure to be complete, a pre-anesthetic drug may be given. Anesthetized are monitored and care for continually by a technician who watches their respiratory and cardiac function, maintain their body temperature, and take note of concerns. Critical patients are monitored more extensively.
Antibiotics and pain medication are chosen and given according to each patient's history and need. Patients are monitored during recovery and their comfort is of great concern. After your pet awakes, you will be contacted and given details of the surgery ans recovery process. The surgeon will meet with you when you come to pick up your pet and you will get a call from Grant Square Animal Hospital the very next day to check on your pet's progress.
Our general veterinary practitioners perform the majority of this procedures and we also use the services of board certified veterinary surgeons for more specialized procedures. Our veterinary team will take precautions to ensure that your pet receives a safe anesthetic. We perform a physical exam and pre-anesthetic testing before surgery, monitor your pet during surgery and provide pain medication during recovery.
2124 S.W 44th St
Oklahoma city, OK
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A surgical patient's is reviewed in the week or so prior t their surgery. Age and health are preliminary factor that help us to determine the bets surgical plan for the given patient. Blood work and CBC is done to show live and kidney function, electrolyte status, and whether a patient is struggling with an infection or anemia. If recent blood work is not on record, our team will recommend it. It is also recommended that IV catheter be placed for easy access to provide IV fluids or any medications if needed.
Grant Square Animal Hospital perform everything from castration, spays, dental and dewclaw removals to advance surgical repair of cancer, foreign bodies, orthopedic injuries, lacerations, etc.
Surgery Procedures- What to Expect