PEAK services now available in California!

We are pleased to announce that Susan Burns, BS, RVT, VTS (Anesthesia and Analgesia) is now available to provide anesthesia technician specialist services in northern California!  Check out Susan’s bio here, and contact us if you are in northern California […]

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PEAK Principles of Pain Management

Although veterinary practices are becoming more progressive with pain management, we still lag behind our human counterparts when it comes to adequately assessing and managing pain in our patients. Barriers exist that stand in the way of appropriate pain management, […]

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Preoxygenation: A valuable safety measure in veterinary anesthesia

Preoxygenation is one of the easiest and least expensive ways to greatly improve the safety of your patients during the induction phase of anesthesia.    Preoxygenation for 3-5 minutes prior to the administration of induction drugs helps to replace nitrogen in […]

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Local Anesthesia Techniques for C-Sections

I was reminded the other night of what a tremendous benefit local anesthesia techniques offer my patients.  I got called in to anesthetize a 5-year-old Australian Cattle Dog for an emergency Caesarean section.  Normally, my patients receive high-quality preemptive analgesia […]

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Colorado Veterinary Medical Association’s conference

PEAK Veterinary Anesthesia Services and CATALYST Veterinary Practice Consultants will be teaming up at the Colorado Veterinary Medical Association’s conference in Loveland, CO, September 19-21. Please visit us in Exhibit Hall Booth 4 to learn how to make your veterinary practice thrive!

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