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Epidurals are more commonly being utilized in veterinary medicine, particularly during orthopedic surgery (e.g., cruciate/fracture), emergency surgery (e.g., Cesarean sections), and emergency procedures (e.g., feline urethral obstruction). Not only do epidurals provide pain relief, but it also minimizes anesthesia requirements, providing better cardiorespiratory stability for the patient. This VetGirl vodcast (video-podcast) walks you through how to perform an epidural. For more information, you can also check out our VetGirl podcast on “Coccygeal epidurals for feline urethral obstruction” too.

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