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Anesthesia VET

VT250 anesthia MAP and vital signs

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Dog vials during SX HR – 60 - 150 RR 8 – 20 Temp 97 F – 100 F
cat vials during SX HR – 120 - 180 RR 8 – 20 Temp 97 F – 100 F
horse vitals during SX HR – 28 – 40 RR 6 – 12 Temp 97 F – 100 F
cattle vitals during SX HR – 50 – 80 RR 6 – 12 Temp 97 F – 100 F
MAP Mean arterial Pressure Is the average pressure through the cardiac cycle and is the most important value from the anesthetist’s standpoint It is the best indicator of blood perfusion of the internal organs
Systolic Blood pressure Produced by the contractions of the left ventricle as it propels blood through the systemic arteries
Diastolic Blood pressure Is the pressure that remains in the arteries when the heart is in its resting phase, between contractions
MAP is this formula MAP = (Diastolic X 2) + Systolic / 3
Created by: calleenO