Why do the emergency drugs get saved in my Anesthetic PDF?
Modified on: Thu, 16 Apr, 2020 at 5:06 AM
For your convenience, all emergency drugs can be saved to the same PDF as your Anesthetic sheet (please find more details on how to include this page to the PDF report HERE). This ensures compliance with regulations set by AAHA, as well as lets you have easy access and print the Emergency Drugs list from the Anesthetic PDF report before the patient discharge, or access it from the patient's Archive after discharge.
Moreover, a copy of the emergency drugs is available to you at any time. You can view the list by clicking EMERG button in the top-left corner of the patient's Flowsheet or Anesthetic Sheet:
As well as by selecting the EMERG button on the Preoperative page:
The Emergency Drugs chart contains the most relevant and up-to-date CPR Emergency Drugs and Doses from the RECOVER Initiative provided by the Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care Society (veccs.org):
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