Minimal Invasion In Feline Medicine

The use of minimally invasive techniques is already relatively common in veterinary medicine. We now have a kinder alternative to offer our patients’ owners during research and treatment of certain diseases. We can inspect areas of the body that we couldn’t access before. We can offer more accurate diagnoses and surgical treatments that are less painful than some conventional methods.

The availability of instruments is not enough. You have to know how to use it, interpret the results and also have a human team that is up to the job being done. The appearance of specialized centers increases. In this podcast I interview Isabel Montenegro Martínez about the particularities of some minimally invasive procedures in feline medicine. Isabel is responsible for the anesthesia and pain management service of the Canary Islands Veterinary Center for Minimally Invasive (CVMIC) and is a member of SEAAV (Spanish Society of Veterinary Anesthesia and Analgesia) and GAVA (AVEPA Anesthesia Group).

During the interview, Isabel tells us about the pathologies that are most frequently investigated and treated in cats referred to CVMIC.

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