Surgery and Anesthetic Monitoring

As a full service Hospital, we offer all aspects of surgery from ovariohysterectomy (spay) to castrations (neuter) to declawing to soft tissue surgery and orthopedic surgery. In addition, Dr. Woodson has a special interest in knee surgery to correct medial patella (knee cap) luxation and ruptured cruciate ligaments.

We also provide the latest and best comfort and care technology to maintain body warmth (via a bear hugger) and vital sign monitoring. Vital signs which are monitored are: temperature, EKG / heart rate, respiration rate and oxygen saturation, carbon dioxide rate. However, we still rely on the best monitoring with that being having the two sets of eyes on our patients by our Veterinary surgeon and the anesthetic nurse.

Additional standards of care insuring safety and comfort Valley Veterinary Clinic; all cases will have an a pre-op physical examination by the surgeon, intravenous catheter and fluids, pre-op blood work, and pre-examination and post op pain management.

We will send you a text picture post-op and you will receive a post-op call from your veterinary surgeon. Most cases have a personal consultation on dismissal with your Doctor to discuss your pet home care.

We understand the risk when your pet is undergoing an anesthetic or surgical procedure and we take ALL steps to ensure a positive outcome, which includes a greater and more personal communication with your doctor.

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