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The central mission of the Office of Veterinary Resources (OVR) is to support research projects using animals, however, this support must be accomplished while maintaining full compliance with legal and ethical guidelines. Both the Animal Welfare Act and the Department of Health and Human Services have written, minimum "standards" for providing care before, during and after surgical procedures. Scientists are required to be familiar with regulations and policies relevant to the conduct of surgery prior to the conduct of surgical procedures.

A project that involves more than momentary or slight pain or distress must involve the veterinarian in the planning stage


SURVIVAL SURGERY - REQUIREMENTS FOR SUCCESS

  • Adequate surgical skills
  • Strict adherence to procedures to ensure aseptic results
  • Knowledge of the species anatomy, physiology, pharmacology
  • Appropriate administration of both anesthetics and analgesics
  • Perioperative program to optimize recovery and provide for the patient's well-being

Principles of Preoperative Management

Principles of Perioperative Management

Principles of Anesthetic Management

Principles of Postoperative Care

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