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Exotic animal anaesthesia may be considered more challenging than traditional species. A review of standard protocols for small animals, birds, reptiles and fish will be described as well as clinical techniques (intravenous catheterization and intubation). Anesthetic tips and key points on monitoring will be provided so the safety of the patient and the confidence of the anaesthetist are both maximized.

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Exotic animal anaesthesia may be considered more challenging than traditional species. However, it obeys to the same rule of general anaesthesia which is loss of consciousness, loss of pain, control of airway and control of hypotension. A review of standard protocols for small animals, birds, reptiles and fish will be described as well as clinical techniques (intravenous catheterization and intubation). Anesthetic tips and key points on monitoring will be provided so the safety of the patient and the confidence of the anaesthetist are both maximized.  

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  • Dr Minh Huynh
    Dr Minh Huynh
    DVM, MRCVS, DE Pathologie aviaire
    Minh Huynh is the head of exotic department at Fregis hospital center (the biggest and oldest referral practice in France, located in the south of Paris) and part time consultant at the National Vetschool. He did his residency at Great Western Referrals in England under the supervision of Neil Forbes. He is boarded from the European College of Zoological Medicine in avian subspecialty since 2014 and currently supervising the first avian residency in France. He is also boarded from the American College of Zoological Medicine since 2017. He was one of the four co-organizers of ICARE in Paris in 2015.
ICARE 2019
London, UK